2 edition of Information for occupational health found in the catalog.
Information for occupational health
Frances E. Wood
1984 by Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield in (Sheffield) ((Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN)) .
Written in English
|Statement||Frances E. Wood, Vivienne Rubin, Sian Thomas. Vol.2.|
|Series||British Library research and development reports -- no.5831.|
|Contributions||Rubin, Vivienne., Thomas, Sian., University of Sheffield. Department of Information Studies.|
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