AIRLINE CABIN AIR QUALITY

MAKI,D
1993-05-18

Testimony from the Association of Flight Attendants before the House Subcommittee on Aviation for a hearing on Airline Cabin Air Quality. Cites concerns flight attendants about cabin air quality on smoking and non-smoking flights. States that ventilation and filtration may not be sufficient to protect employees who spend many consecutive hours aboard airplanes.

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Community Health Program records
Subjects
ASHWORTH,H
MAKI,D
PENA,F
WITKOWSKI,C
PM
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS
AIR TRANSPORT ASSN
ASSN OF FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
BOEING
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL + PREVENTION
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
GEOMET
NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NATL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD
PALL BIOMEDICAL
PARIS AIR SHOW
SUBCOMM ON AVIATION
WA POST
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