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:
2017:
NVvA Conference 2017 Ioannidis and do individuals performing the same job have different average exposures?

2016:
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

2015:
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

2014:
AIHCe (San Antonio). Validation of Control Band hazard grouping
BOHS Poster (Nothingham).Compliance testing of mixtures: XLUNIFAC.
BOHS Poster (Nothingham). A hierarchy of OELVs

2013:
BOHS Conference (Manchester). Between-worker differences and sampling strategy flaws

2011:
BOHS-NVvA Compliance testing guidance

2001:
Long-term exposure sampling at a Dutch (bio)chemical production site

2000:
The distribution of long-term GSD's in well defined chemical industry SEG's in Dutch , English PPT

1999:
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.

1996:
Occupational Exposure Database core information

1994:
Letter to the editor on flaws in the analysis of between worker variability

1984:
Maintenance painters solvent exposure assessment and effect-specific limit values

1980:
Tetrachloroethylene_in_exhaled_air_of_residents_near_dry-cleaning_shops


3. OELV, DN/MEL, Kick-off, Hazard Banding & their hierarchy:
2016:
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

2015:
IOHA Conference (London). Finding best performing hazard band engines within Control Banding tools

2014:
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)

2006
DOHSBase-Compare: ranking risk potential of chemicals (in Dutch)

2005
Publication R-phrase based Kick-off levels (in Dutch, English summary)

1992-today
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:
2005:
Leukemia Risk in Caprolactam Workers Exposed to pure Benzene. A blind (=exposure and mortality assessment performed by different institutes) retrospective cohort study
1998:
Update Acrylonitrile cohort study
1992:
Mortality of Workers exposed to Acrylonitrile
1991:
Mortality of coke plant workers in the Netherlands
1984:
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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