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HHE Search Results

72 HHE reports were found based on your search terms. Reports are listed in order of year published with the most recently published reports listed first.


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(1979) Town Center Associates Building, Rockville, Maryland. (Click to open report)
Environmental samples were collected and one employee completed a nondirected medical questionnaire on May 23, 1979 at the second floor of the Town Center Associates Building (SIC-6022) in Rockville, Maryland. The evaluation was prompted by a request from an authorized representative of approximately 35 employees to investigate a complaint of irritations from exposure to what was described as gray fuzz from the heating and cooling vents. Air samples were analyzed for total and respirable particu... (Click to show more)

(1977) Franklin Mint, Franklin Center, Pennsylvania. (Click to open report)
Environmental and medical surveys were conducted on January 19, 1977, and April 11 and 12, 1977 to evaluate worker complaints of upper respiratory tract irritation at the Franklin Mint (SIC-3479) in Franklin Center, Pennsylvania. The evaluation was requested by an authorized employee representative on behalf of approximately 30 affected employees. Environmental sampling indicated detectable concentrations of xylene (1330207) and toluene (108883) in the spray paint and lacquer application area, a... (Click to show more)


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