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A-Z of personal protection : men, women and RPE (Respiratory protection equipment)
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Health and safety at work : the journal of the working environment
: 2003, 25, n. 3 - March
Personal protective equipment
This article highlights the need to accommodate the RPE requirements of women in the workplace, and not to confuse equality with sameness when setting standards for PPE.
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