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ICOH e IEA Ergonomics Guideline April 2010

Edited by Pat Scott, Kazutaka Kogi, Barbara McPhee

ISBN978-3-935089-16-3

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Handbook on the Toxicology of Metals 4th Ed.

Edited by Gunnar F. Nordberg, Bruce A. Fowler and Monica Nordberg

ISBN978-0-444-59453-2 (print 2 volume set)

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Bernardino Ramazzini Works

Edited by F. Carnevale, M. Mendini, G. Moriani

ISBN 978-88-8314-510-0

Origins of Occupational Health Associations in the World

Edited by A. Grieco, D. Fano, T. Carter, S. Iavicoli

Elsevier Science, 2003

ISBN 0-444-51301-9

100 Years of Occupatinal Health Heritage
Through 1906-2006 ICOH Congress proceedings

Project Direction: Pier Alberto Bertazzi

Scientific Supervision: Antonio Colombi

Technical Coordination: Alessandro Spallanzani

Handbook on the toxilogicology of metals

3rd Ed Editors: Nordberg G.F, Fowler BA, Nordberg M, Friberg L.

Imprint: Academic Press Publication
Date: 25 May 2007 Hardbound, 992 pages,
ISBN-13: 978-0-12-369413-3
ISBN-10: 0-12-369413-2

Price: GBP 175 USD 299.95 EUR 250

ICOH Centennial Heritage

Scientific Coordinators Sergio Iavicoli, Luigi Tomassini,

Scientific Support Raffaella Biscioni, Valentina Guastella, Carlo Petyx

Editorial Support Fabio Boccuni, Daniela Fano, Bruna Rondinone

The ICOH Centennial Heritage is a major project to reconstruct ICOH historical roots on the occasion of its centennial celebration.

The work is the outcome of ICOH general secretariat, Department of History and Methods for Historical Preservation of the University "Alma Mater Studiorum" (Bologna) and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Prevention (Rome) with the fruitful collaboration of Library staff at "Clinica del Lavoro Luigi Devoto" (Milan).

This work witnesses the huge effort to organize ICOH historical memory, historiographic sources from secretariat archives, perusal of ICOH 28 congress proceedings and scientific journals like "Il Lavoro" and "Il Ramazzini".

We look forward to receiving in the future more historical contributions by other Institutions so that the project can be broadened and adequately accessed along its 100 years of history, the history of the oldest scientific and professional society in the world in the field of workers' health protection.