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Noise and hearing in the construction industry : a study of workers'views on noise and risk on a Victorian site / Janice Milhinch and Ross Dineen
Bib ID 1745354
Format BookBook
Author
Milhinch, Janice
 
Description Carlton, Vic. : Incolink, 1997 
ix, 83 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0958727422
Notes

"A research project funded by Incolink, with the co-operation of the Communications, Electrical, Electronic, Eneergy, Information, Postal, Plumbing, and Allied Services Union of Australia, Plumbing Division (Victorian Branch)" - at foot of t.p.

Bibliography: p.76-83

Subjects Industrial noise -- Victoria.  |  Noise pollution -- Victoria.  |  Deafness, Noise induced -- Victoria.
Other authors/contributors Dineen, Ross  |  Incolink

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