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Some Special Problems

  • R. A. F. Cox
  • J. N. Norman

Abstract

Unlike some industries, such as coal mining, some types of chemical manufacturing cotton spinning and rubber processing, which produce the classic diseases of occupation, there are no specific occupational diseases associated with the offshore industry at present. However there are a number of conditions which seem to be particularly common or are related to particular aspects of the industry, and which therefore qualify for special consideration in any account of this subject.

Keywords

Wind Velocity Hydrogen Sulphide Cooling Power Offshore Platform Deep Body Temperature 
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  • R. A. F. Cox
  • J. N. Norman

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