Report on the Toxicology of Metal Working Fluids

This document provides an indepth look at the health effects of occupational exposure to metalworking fluids. Topics include: development of metal-working fluids, adverse health effects; toxicology and characteristics of components, additives and contaminants; formation of contaminants (during use); risk assessment; and standards for metalworking fluids exposure in the workplace.

Author(s): Lijinsky, W.J. Originator(s): Canada's National Occupational Health and Safety Web Site (CanOSH)
Resource added in: 25/02/2002
Available languages: English
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