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12 0 Controlling Dust in Schools General precautions regarding dust control methods. 12intro.txt dust, allergy, mould, mold, mites, vacuum, HEPA, shoes, storage, asthma 1/18/200112.jpg 12body.txt
24 0 Evaporation from Paints Emission characteristics from different types of paints. 24intro.txt gas, vapor, vapour, emission, volatile organic compounds, solvents, latex, alkyd, diffusion, temperature, humidity, water-based, ethylene glycol, residual, plasticizer 1/15/200124.jpg 24body.txt
19 0 Formaldehyde Sensitivity General facts about sensitivity to formaldehyde exposures. 19intro.txt hypersensitivity, susceptibility, risk groups, allergy, avoidance, carpeting 1/3/200119.jpg 19body.txt
90 0 Functions of an IAQ Coordinator Job description of a school board IAQ Coordinator. 90intro.txt management, indoor air quality, troubleshooting, diagnosis, procedure, response, complaints 1/23/200190.jpg 90body.txt
22 0 Hazardous Constituents in Paint The types of hazardous components commonly found in paints. 22intro.txt fumes, ventilation, curing, volatile organic compounds, solvents, central nervous system, headaches, sensitizers, formaldehyde, surfactants, biocides, driers, amines, mucosal irritation 1/3/200122.jpg 22body.txt
21 0 Improving Risk Assessments Suggestions for improving risk assessments involving children. 21intro.txt children, exposure, toxicity, susceptibility, assumptions, default 1/3/200121.jpg 21body.txt
127 0 Investigative Procedures for Mould Contamination of Indoor Air Durham District School Board's multi-stage process for investigating possible mould growth in schools. 127intro.txt AIHA, ACGIH, health problems, building history, physical inspection, sampling, destructive testing, remediation 2/14/2001127.jpg 127body.txt
135 0 Making Practical Changes with Present Evidence Lung Association shows how to improve respiratory health with what we know now. 135intro.txt lung, respiratory effects, asthma, emissions, combustion, particles, allergens, dander, radon, ozone, dampness, mould, mold, dust 6/11/2002135.jpg 135body.txt
104 0 NIOSH Indoor Environmental Quality Investigation The main elements of a U.S. NIOSH IEQ investigation. 104intro.txt pollutant sources, mechanical systems, HVAC, thermal comfort, pathways, pressure, air flow, lighting, vibration, noise, ergonomics, psychosocial, workplace health 1/23/2001104.jpg 104body.txt
126 0 Preventive Measures to Avoid Mould Contamination of Indoor Air Durham District School Board's practices for avoiding indoor mould. 126intro.txt carpet, removal, vinyl tile, portable buildings, portables, caulking, exhaust fans, expelair assemblies, water leaks, ventilation, occupational health, safety, complaints, concerns 2/14/2001126.jpg 126body.txt
23 0 Solvent Exposures in Painting Occupational and occupant solvent exposures during painting. 23intro.txt ventilation, symptoms, occupational health, lung irritation, bronchitis, carcinogenic, neurobehavioural dysfunction, ammonia, formaldehyde, mucosal irritation, headache 1/3/200123.jpg 23body.txt
17 0 Sources of Indoor Pollution in Schools Summary description of key pollutants in schools. 17intro.txt exhaust, garbage, pesticide, radon, volatile organic compounds, sewer gas, particleboard, paint, markers, perfume, tobacco, science lab, ductwork, microbiological growth, mould, mold, dust 1/3/200117.jpg 17body.txt
20 0 Weaknesses of Risk Assessment Potential flaws in risk assessment with respect to children. 20intro.txt 1/3/200120.jpg 20body.txt
18 0 Why IAQ Is Important Brief listing of reasons for dealing with indoor air quality. 18intro.txt IAQ, health, headache, asthma, allergy, carbon monoxide, absenteeism, liability, publicity, risk, productivity, disease 1/18/200118.jpg 18body.txt