J. J. BLOOMFIELD
Today it is acknowledged that military mobilization and expansion are impossible without industrial mobilization and expansion. We know that steps to perfect the Nation's industrial mobilization are being taken every day, and that any condition which tends to retard efficient production of defense materials is considered of major importance.
We know that the industrial expansion now in progress brings in its wake numerous health problems affecting the working population. Do these health problems have any significant effect on the rate and quality of our industrial production? If so, what provisions are being made today to solve these problems?
BLOOMFIELD JJ. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE IN THE NATIONAL DEFENSE PROGRAM1. Ann Intern Med. 1941;15:165–171. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-15-2-165
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