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A Simple Proposition for Improving Industrial Hygiene Air Sampling Methods

Paik SY, Zalk DM

When conducting an exposure assessment, the primary goal of the industrial hygienist is to fully characterize the worker's exposure during a work shift to compare it with an occupational exposure...
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From Workers to the Working-Age Population: A New Paradigm for the Occupational Health Service

Park J, Kim Y

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The Interplay Between Supervisor Safety Support and Occupational Health and Safety Vulnerability on Work Injury

Yanar B, Lay M, Smith PM

BACKGROUND: Workers exposed to hazards without adequate protections are at greater risk of injury and illness. Supervisor activities have also been associated with injury risk. We examined the interplay between...
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Occupational Safety and Health Among Young Workers in the Nordic Countries: A Systematic Literature Review

Hanvold TN, Kines P, Nykänen M, Thomée S, Holte KA, Vuori J, Wærsted M, Veiersted

This review aimed to identify risk factors for occupational accidents and illnesses among young workers in the Nordic countries and to attain knowledge on specific vulnerable groups within the young...
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Cancer Survivors and Returning to Work Perspectives from Occupational Health Physicians in Korea

Shim HY, Lee CW, Yu ES, Park BY, Yang EJ

BACKGROUND: This study was conducted from an occupational health perspective to document cancer survivors' ability to return to work, the role of clinical care, and the current status of effective...
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The Current State and Quality Assessment of Nursing Intervention Study in Occupational Health Nursing of Korea

Hwang YS, Cho E

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to propose directions for the development of Occupational Health Nursing Intervention by identifying the current status and quality of Occupational Health Nursing Intervention...
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Developing a Basic Scale for Workers' Psychological Burden from the Perspective of Occupational Safety and Health

Kim KW, Lim HC, Park JH, Park SG, Park YJ, Cho HH

BACKGROUND: Organizations are pursing complex and diverse aims to generate higher profits. Many workers experience high work intensity such as workload and work pressure in this organizational environment. Especially, psychological...
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Strengthening Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Tuberculosis Prevention Capacity among South African Healthcare Workers: A Mixed Methods Study of a Collaborative Occupational Health Program

Liautaud A, Adu PA, Yassi A, Zungu M, Spiegel JM, Rawat A, Bryce EA, Engelbrecht MC

BACKGROUND: Insufficient training in infection control and occupational health among healthcare workers (HCWs) in countries with high human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and tuberculosis (TB) burdens requires attention. We examined the...
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Development and Validation of a Practical Instrument for Injury Prevention: The Occupational Safety and Health Monitoring and Assessment Tool (OSH-MAT)

Sun Y, Arning M, Bochmann F, Börger J, Heitmann T

BACKGROUND: The Occupational Safety and Health Monitoring and Assessment Tool (OSH-MAT) is a practical instrument that is currently used in the German woodworking and metalworking industries to monitor safety conditions...
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Current Status and the Future of Occupational Safety and Health Legislation in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Ncube F, Kanda A

This article addresses three key issues. First, the commonalities, differences, strengths, and limitations of existing occupational safety and health (OSH) legislation of low- and middle-income countries were determined. Second, required...
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The Quality Control Program for Industrial Hygiene Laboratories in Korea

Park HD, Chung EK, Kim K

In 1992, the quality control program was introduced in Republic of Korea to improve the reliability of the work environment monitoring, which was introduced in the 1980s. The commission entrusted...
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Evaluation of the Quality of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Based on Key Performance Indicators in Certified Organizations

Mohammadfam I, Kamalinia , Momeni M, Golmohammadi R, Hamidi Y, Soltanian

BACKGROUND: Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems are becoming more widespread in organizations. Consequently, their effectiveness has become a core topic for researchers. This paper evaluates the performance of the...
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Relationships among Job Characteristics, Knowledge Sharing, Organizational Culture, and Organizational Commitment in Occupational Health Nurses and Clinical Nurses

Kim YI, Lee DY

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the relationships among job characteristics, knowledge sharing, organizational culture, and organizational commitment in occupational health nurses (OHN) and clinical nurses (CN) to identify factors...
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A global, cross cultural study examining the relationship between employee health risk status and work performance metrics

Howarth A, Quesada J, Mills PR

BACKGROUND: Health risk assessments (HRA) are used by many organisations as a basis for developing relevant and targeted employee health and well-being interventions. However, many HRA's have a western-centric focus...
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Practice status of specialized agencies for occupational health management of small- to medium-size enterprises and the factors improving their performance: a cross-sectional survey study

Lee S, Myong JP, Kim EA, Eom H, Choi B, Kang YJ

BACKGROUND: We examined the current status of specialized agencies for occupational health management (SAs) and their workforce. Furthermore, we aimed to clarify the current practice status of SA healthcare professionals...
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Evaluation of an undergraduate occupational health program in Iran based on alumni perceptions: a structural equation model

Mehralizadeh S, Dehdashti , Kashani MM

PURPOSE: Evaluating educational programs can improve the quality of education. The present study evaluated the undergraduate occupational health program at the Semnan University of Medical Sciences in Semnan, Iran, with...
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Occupational Health and Safety and Organizational Commitment: Evidence from the Ghanaian Mining Industry

Amponsah-Tawiah K, Mensah J

BACKGROUND: This study seeks to examine the relationship and impact of occupational health and safety on employees' organizational commitment in Ghana's mining industry. The study explores occupational health and safety...
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The Effects of Health Counseling Programs by Occupational Health Nurses on the Unemployed Visiting the Employment Welfare Plus Center

Jung HS, Jang I

PURPOSE: The present study was conducted to examine the effects of a health counseling program by occupational health nurses on the unemployed visiting the Employment Welfare Plus Center. METHODS: The one-group...
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Occupational Health: Meeting the Challenges of the Next 20 Years

Harrison J, Dawson L

BACKGROUND: The industrial revolution that took place in the United Kingdom (UK) between 1760 and 1830 led to profound social change. Occupational medicine was concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, and...
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Creating a Culture of Prevention in Occupational Safety and Health Practice

Kim Y, Park J, Park M

The incidence of occupational injuries and diseases associated with industrialization has declined markedly following developments in science and technology, such as engineering controls, protective equipment, safer machinery and processes, and...
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