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  • '''Seveso accident''': the best-known dioxin accident in 1976 in Italy. In Seveso, 20 km north of Milan, a trichlorophenol produc
    2 KB (331 words) - 09:45, 1 June 2011
  • [[Category:Accident]] This page is a draft of an assessment about the '''Fukushima nuclear accident'''. Due to lack of participants, this assessment was never actually perform
    2 KB (239 words) - 11:33, 13 March 2015
  • ...apacity to plan, design, and execute sample collection and research in the accident area. There is no time to wait for normal budgetary cycles of institutes, a ...79); 4 in Fukushima Dai-ni (1981…86), all safely closed down after the accident; and 1 in Tokai (1978), furthest away and also safely closed down.
    16 KB (2,505 words) - 10:16, 13 March 2015
  • '''Community Road Accident Database''' (CARE) is a Community database on road accidents resulting in d ...reports exclude confidential information like the precise location of the accident and the brand of car.
    3 KB (366 words) - 19:16, 25 September 2014
  • ...ansportforum.org/Irtadpublic/index.html The International Road Traffic and Accident Database] (IRTAD) was established in 1988. *Accident involvement by road user type (e.g. HGVs, LGVs) and associated victim data;
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  • ...ied of acute radiation sickness combined with burns, within 60 days of the accident). ...ely 5000 cancer deaths expocted in this small group from other causes, the accident caused "only" a 2% increase in cancer. (compare this with 30% of risk of ca
    21 KB (3,125 words) - 09:14, 17 March 2015
  • ...5 Alaluusua et al 2004]: Developmental dental aberrations after the dioxin accident in Seveso.
    5 KB (767 words) - 10:49, 1 February 2015
  • *Accident costs
    5 KB (785 words) - 20:14, 13 April 2011
  • ...sponsible for death (such as traffic is completely responsible for traffic accident mortality), the mean life expectancy minus mean age of death can be used as
    40 KB (6,297 words) - 10:31, 2 April 2012
  • ...d safe) one moment can become dangerously contaminated the next because of accident, neglect, or some natural event. Barring accidents, the majority of dangero
    10 KB (1,433 words) - 10:46, 16 October 2009
  • ...ds (e.g. 1973 Spain) or technological disasters (e.g. 1976, chemical plant accident in Seveso, Italy or 1994, Sweden/Finland/Estonia, the ferry 'Estonia' shipw ...m/environment/seveso/index.htm The European Commission's site on 'Chemical Accident Prevention, Preparedness and Response'
    5 KB (772 words) - 12:41, 22 July 2009
  • ...equirements for the protection of air, water and soil, waste minimisation, accident prevention and, if necessary, site clean-up. These requirements have to be
    4 KB (619 words) - 06:49, 24 July 2009
  • ...he total PCDD/F content in the PCB product which caused the Yusho Rice Oil accident, pentaPCBs, tetraPCBs and hexaPCBs dominating). PCDFs have been detected up
    11 KB (1,582 words) - 10:47, 1 June 2011
  • ...sment has proved difficult, because, with the possible exception of Seveso accident (see this), the groups investigated have always been exposed to many chemic
    3 KB (495 words) - 11:20, 1 June 2011
  • ...accident, but lots of small animals such as rabbits were found dead at the accident area. No dose will kill the animal immediately, but a high dose causes the ...kg have been measured, and the highest measured concentrations in [[Seveso accident]] were 56,000 ng/kg (TCDD in fat). Dioxin concentrations have decreased dur
    19 KB (2,996 words) - 08:48, 3 August 2020
  • '''Seveso accident''': the best-known dioxin accident in 1976 in Italy. In Seveso, 20 km north of Milan, a trichlorophenol produc
    2 KB (331 words) - 09:45, 1 June 2011
  • The reflection that followed the Toulouse 2001 accident has stressed the fact that there was an urgent need for a coherent and trus
    8 KB (1,200 words) - 10:51, 20 November 2009
  • ...ble'' for death (such as traffic is ''completely responsible'' for traffic accident mortality), the mean life expectancy minus mean age of death can be used as
    18 KB (2,720 words) - 10:25, 10 April 2016
  • ...t were based either on risks of death in a transport or employment-related accident context, or on a small change in the probability of dying in other contexts ...hey cannot be used to value big risks, such as a sudden death due to a car accident.
    7 KB (1,129 words) - 10:53, 20 November 2009
  • ...economic indicators. In addition the air concentrations, noise levels and accident rates are identified as important and interesting for reporting since the p
    62 KB (9,399 words) - 10:54, 20 November 2009
  • *ETS exposure and mortality due to cerebrovascular accident (age >30 years)
    5 KB (623 words) - 07:25, 19 March 2015
  • ...ident, and a car accident is a hundred times more likely. However, an air accident is considered more dreadful, and it is regulated much more strictly. This h
    6 KB (969 words) - 11:16, 6 July 2010
  • ...of dioxin is forever associated with Seveso, Italy; this was an industrial accident that caused a toxic cloud with several kilograms of TCDD to spread over the
    10 KB (1,567 words) - 12:47, 8 July 2010
  • ...s of poisoning. The syndrome is known as Yusho disease. In 1979, a similar accident took place for the same reason in Taiwan and it is known as Yu-Cheng. In co
    6 KB (903 words) - 12:53, 8 July 2010
  • ...skin. Chloracne is well known in the chemical industries. After the Seveso accident in 1976, many inhabitants, especially badly exposed children, were diagnose ...ing tubes to food oil, this accident was called Yusho poisoning. A similar accident took place in Taiwan in 1979. In both cases, the most serious consequences
    10 KB (1,595 words) - 12:50, 8 July 2010

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