1 edition of Physical disability and consumer safety found in the catalog.
Physical disability and consumer safety
by DTI Consumer Safety Unit in London
|Statement||research by Jane Oldfield Associates ; edited by the Consumer Safty Unit, Dept of Trade and Industry.|
|Series||Consumer safety research|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Consumer Safety Unit., Jane Oldfield Associates.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
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