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Commentary: Variability in Workplace Exposures and the Design of Efficient Measurement and Control Strategies
Annals of Occupational Hygiene
Kromhout et al.'s (1993) well-cited publication presented detailed information on statistical procedures to estimate the magnitude of exposure variability within and between workers, drawing from a large database on chemical exposures throughout industry. It convincingly demonstrated that the construct of homogeneous exposure groups often does not hold true and suggested ways to improve measurement strategies. The authors hit a rich vein of research, and many publications, not at least by thedoi:10.1093/annhyg/meg021 pmid:12581994 fatcat:zh3k2v7n4ngrddfu3k5n2brmwm