Publications and presentations

The public contributions to exposure assessment and control are grouped in the following Click-and-go headers:
go to: 1. Alignment
go to: 2. Exposure assessment and control
go to: 3. OELV, DN/MEL, Kick-off, Hazard Banding & their hierarchy
go to: 4. Occupational health and Epidemiology

1. Alignment of tools for workplace exposure assessement
AIHCe 2017 Seattle: Testing Hazard Banding Performance and Strength
BOHS OH2017 Harrogate: Filling the OELV gap: Optimize Hazard Banding
NVvA Conference 2017: The alignment of parallel OH tools. An IOHA project?
IOHA 2015 Conference: The need for international alignment of Occupational Hygiene tools

2. Exposure assessment and control:
NVvA Conference 2017 Ioannidis and do individuals performing the same job have different average exposures?

SOPHYT Forum (Lille). Statistics and representative measurements
Scheme prEN 689 (2016) compliance testing
BOHS prEN 689 workshop (Glasgow). Representative measurements & work patern/worker exposure variability within the SEG

CEN137 TC1 (Paris). Indentifying exceptional exposure within a SEG using Student-t/ANOVA statistical tests
AEHI Seminario (Barcelona). The new CEN 689 Compliance resting guidance
CEN137 TC1 (Delft). Lognormality and handling Non-detects
IOHA BW_Stat PDC (London). Basic Characterzation
IOHA BW_Stat PDC (London). Compliance testing

AIHCe (San Antonio). Validation of Control Band hazard grouping
BOHS Poster (Nothingham).Compliance testing of mixtures: XLUNIFAC.
BOHS Poster (Nothingham). A hierarchy of OELVs

BOHS Conference (Manchester). Between-worker differences and sampling strategy flaws

BOHS-NVvA Compliance testing guidance

Long-term exposure sampling at a Dutch (bio)chemical production site

The distribution of long-term GSD's in well defined chemical industry SEG's in Dutch , English PPT

TWA 8-hours OELV for chronic toxic chemical substances based on long-term NOEL or DMELS (in Dutch , English summary)
On the compliance control of long-term OELVs. Vinylchloride monomer (in Dutch , English summary)
Weel Committee . Workplace Environmental Exposure Levels (OARS WEEL's). Melamine. American Industrial Hygiene Association. Fairfax Virginia 1999.

Occupational Exposure Database core information

Letter to the editor on flaws in the analysis of between worker variability

Maintenance painters solvent exposure assessment and effect-specific limit values


3. OELV, DN/MEL, Kick-off, Hazard Banding & their hierarchy:
On the Strength and Validity of Hazard Banding. Annals of Occupational Hygiene 2016; doi: 10.1093/annhyg/mew050
NVvA Conference presentation (Scheveningen). Testing strength and validity of Hazard Band engines

IOHA Conference (London). Finding best performing hazard band engines within Control Banding tools

Presentation H3##-statement based kick-off levels. Bilthoven NVT-AT 140925
Careful with that DNEL, Occupational Hygienist! A quantitative comparison with higher Hierarchy OELVs
Youtube recording of the AIHCe2014 Ignite presentation on the Comparison of OELV’s and DNEL’s and the harmonization of IH-tools (San Antonio, June 3, 2014)

DOHSBase-Compare: ranking risk potential of chemicals (in Dutch)

Publication R-phrase based Kick-off levels (in Dutch, English summary)

Dohsbase, a comprehensive database with hierarchical information on phys-chem, health hazard info, OELVs, sampling methods and risk ranking of chemicals used in the workplace.

4. Occupational health and epidemiology:
Leukemia Risk in Caprolactam Workers Exposed to pure Benzene. A blind (=exposure and mortality assessment performed by different institutes) retrospective cohort study
Update Acrylonitrile cohort study
Mortality of Workers exposed to Acrylonitrile
Mortality of coke plant workers in the Netherlands
Mortality among labortory assistants in a Coke plant [1928-1946] (in Dutch, English summary). Probably the first correct performed, retrospective occupational cohort study in the Netherlands.

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