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Occupational Vision Manual: References and Sources for Further Information

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  • ANSI Z80.1–1999. American National Standard for Ophthalmics– Prescription Ophthalmic Lenses–Recommendations. Available from the Optical Laboratories Association (OLA), P.O. Box 2000, Merrifield, VA 22116-2000. Telephone (703) 359-2830. Also available from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), 11 W. 42nd St., New York, NY 10036. Telephone (212) 642-4900. Internet address: http://www.ansi.org.

  • ANSI Z87.1–1989. American National Standard Practice for Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection. Available from the American Society of Safety Engineers, 1800 E. Oakton St., Des Plaines, IL 60018-2187. Telephone (847) 699-2929. Internet address: http://www.asse.org. Also available from ANSI.

  • ANSI Z136.1–2000. American National Standard for the Safe Use of Lasers. American National Standards Institute, 2000. Available from ANSI.

  • ANSI Z136.3–1996. American National Standard for the Safe Use of Lasers in Health Care Facilities. Available from ANSI.

  • Bader O, Lui H. Laser safety and the eye: hidden hazards and practical pearls. Poster presented at the American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, 1996. Available on the Internet from the Lions Laser Skin Center at http://www.derm.ubc.ca/laser/eyesafety.html.

  • Birch, J. Diagnosis of Defective Colour Vision. Oxford:Oxford University Press, 1993.

  • Bullimore MA, Howarth PA, Fulton EJ. Assessment of visual performance. In Evaluation of Human Work: A practical ergonomics methodology, 2nd ed., edited by Wilson JR, Corlett EN. London:Taylor & Francis, Ltd., 1995.

  • Chou BR, Fong WKL. Impact resistance of Transitions Plus spectacle lenses. Optometry and Vision Science 72:608-611, 1995.

  • Code of Federal Regulations. Laser Products, Title 21 – Food and Drugs. 21CFR1040.10.

  • Code of Federal Regulations. Eye and Face Protection. OSHA Regulations. 29CFR1910.133.

  • Collins M. Occupational Public-Health Optometry. Queensland, Australia:Department of Optometry, Queensland Institute of Technology, 1983.

  • Eng WG. Laser eye protection. Problems in Optometry 2(1)116-130, 1990.

  • Good GW, Weaver JL, Augsburger AR. Determination and application of vision standards in industry. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 30:633-640, 1996.

  • Guthrie JW, Seitz GF. An investigation of the chemical contact lens problem. Journal of Occupational Medicine 17(3):163-6, 1975.

  • Illuminating Engineering Society. IES Lighting Handbook. New York:IES, 2000.

  • Kingston DW. Contact lenses in the laboratory. Journal of Chemical Education 58:A289-93, 1981.

  • Kok-van Alphen CC, van der Linden JW, Visser R, Bol AH. Protection of the police against tear gas with soft contact lenses. Military Medicine 150:452-4, 1985.

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  • Laser Institute of America. Laser Safety Reference Guide. Orlando, FL, 1995.

  • Lovsund P, Nilsson SEG, Lindh H, Oberg PA. Temperature changes in contact lenses in connection with radiation from welding arcs. Scandinavian Journal of Work Environment and Health 5:271-9, 1979.

  • McCunney RJ (ed.). Handbook of Occupational Medicine. Boston:Brown, Little, Brown and Co., 1988.

  • Monaco WA, Barker FM. Laser hazards and safety. Optometry Clinics 4(4):1-15, 1995.

  • National Institutes for Occupational Safety and Health. NIOSH pocket guide to chemical hazards. Washington, DC, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 1997. (For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office.)

  • National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, Chicago. Position statement on the wearing of contact lenses in industry,1972.

  • Nilsson SEG, Lovsund P, Oberg PA. Contact lenses and mechanical trauma to the eye. Acta Ophthalmologica 59:402-8, 1981.

  • Nilsson SEG, Andersson L. The use of contact lenses in environments with organic solvents, acids or alkalis. Acta Ophthalmologica 60:599-608, 1982.

  • Nilsson SEG, Lindh H, Andersson L. Contact lens wear in an environment contaminated with metal particles. Acta Ophthalmologica 61:882-8, 1983.

  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Assessing the Need for Personal Protective Equipment: A Guide for Small Business Employers. U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA 3151, 1997.

  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Guidelines for Laser Safety and Hazard Assessment. U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA Publication 8-1.7, 1991.

  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Job Hazard Analysis (revised). U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA 3071, 1992.

  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Section II- Chapter 6, Laser Hazards, OSHA Technical Manual. U.S. Department of Labor.

  • Oliver AL, Chou BR. A ballistic evaluation of the impact resistance of spectacle lens materials. Optometry and Vision Science 70:822-927, 1993.

  • Oriowo OM, Chou BR, Cullen AP. Glassblowers’ ocular health and safety: optical radiation hazards and eye protection assessment. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 17(3):216-224, 1997.

  • Pitts DG, Chou BR. Prescription of absorptive lenses. In Benjamin WJ (ed)., Borish's Clinical Refraction. Philadelphia:Saunders, 998, pp. 928-955.

  • Pitts DG, Kleinstein RN. Environmental Vision. Boston:Butterworth-Heinemann, 1993.

  • Rengstorff RH. The effects of riot control agent CS on visual acuity. Military Medicine 134(3):219-221, 1969.

  • Rengstorff RH, Black CJ. Eye protection from contact lenses. Journal of the American Optometric Association 45:270-275, 1974.

  • Silberstein IW. Contact lenses in industry. American Journal of Optometry and Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 39(3):111-29, 1962.

  • Sliney DH (ed). Guide for Selection of Laser Eye Protection, 4th ed. Publication 104. Laser Institute of America, 12424 Research Parkway, Suite 125, Orlando, FL 32826. (407) 380-1553. Internet address: http://www.laserinstitute.org.

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