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Индивидуальное защитное оборудование, создавая искусственную микросреду для пользователя, может воздействовать фактически на любое звено системы человек— машина — среда.

Решение предписать использование индивидуального защитного оборудования в качестве дополнения к административным или техническим мерам (или вместо них)—дело нелегкое. В лучшем случае эффективные программы индивидуального защитного оборудования обходятся недешево, в худшем — неэффективные средства защиты могут снизить производительность труда и увеличить частоту профессиональных травм н болезней.

Литература

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