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Effect of the Automatic Needle Destroyer on Healthcare Providers’ Work in an Emergency Department: A Mixed-Methods Study

Kim SM, Kim T, Lee JH, Cho SY, Cha WC

Objectives: This study introduced a novel Automatic Needle Destroyer (AND) to an emergency department (ED) and assessed its effect on healthcare providers’ work. Methods: Between August and September 2019, in the...
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Cohort Profile: Gachon Regional Occupational Cohort Study (GROCS)

Lee W, Lee Y, Lee J, Kim U, Han E, Ham S, Choi WJ, Kang SK

Background/Aims The Gachon Regional Occupational Cohort Study (GROCS) is a large-scale longitudinal study of occupational safety and health data (covering Work Environment Monitoring, Workers' Health Surveillance, and Occupational Health Service) conducted...
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Occupational Profile, Psychosocial Aspects, and Work Ability of Brazilian Workers During COVID-19 Pandemic: IMPPAC Cohort

Andrade MA, Castro CS, Batistão MV, Mininel VA, Sato TO

Background The IMPPAC cohort (Implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on psychosocial aspects and work ability among Brazilian workers) seeks to understand the impact of the pandemic on Brazilian workers. This article...
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Veterinarians as a Risk Group for Zoonoses: Exposure, Knowledge and Protective Practices in Finland

Kinnunen PM, Matomäki A, Verkola M, Heikinheimo A, Vapalahti O, Kallio-kokko H, Virtala AM, Jokelainen P

Background Veterinarians may encounter a variety of zoonotic pathogens in their work. Methods We conducted two cross-sectional questionnaire studies among veterinarians in Finland. Participants were recruited during two Annual Veterinary Congresses. In 2009,...
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Factors Affecting Occupational Health of Shift Nurses: Focusing on Job Stress, Health Promotion Behavior, Resilience, and Sleep Disturbance

Choi DS, Kim SH

Background This study aims to allow the development of efficient measures to improve occupational health of shift-working nurses focusing on job stress, health promotion behavior, resilience, and sleep disturbance. Methods It was conducted...
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Individual and Occupational Factors Associated With Low Back Pain: The First-ever Occupational Health Study Among Bangladeshi Online Professionals

Hossian M, Nabi MH, Hossain A, Hawlader MDH, Kakoly NS

Objectives: Low back pain (LBP) is a common chronic condition among sedentary workers that causes long-term productivity loss. This study aimed to identify the relationships of individual and occupational factors...
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Male Nurses’ Experiences of Workplace Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in South Korea: A Qualitative Study

Chang HE, Jeong S

Purpose The purpose of this study was to explore male nurses’ experiences of workplace gender discrimination and sexual harassment in South Korea. Methods Phenomenological qualitative methodology exploring male nurses’ experiences was employed to...
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The Impact of Adverse Employment and Working Conditions on the Risk of Workplace Injury in Canada

Nadalin V, Mustard C, Smith PM

Background Employment standards (ES) include having a regular payday, regular breaks, the right to paid sick or vacation time, and paid wages. Inadequate ES contribute to the labour market vulnerability of...
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The Assessment of Occupational Injuries of Workers in Pakistan

Noman M, Mujahid N, Fatima A

Background The prevailing global work scenario and deteriorating health facilities in economies indulge the risk perspective in the labor market model. This is the reason that the risk factor is cautiously...
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Occupational Health Protection for Health Workers in China With Lessons Learned From the UK: Qualitative Interview and Policy Analysis

Xu H, Zhang M, Hudson A

Background Healthcare settings have been recognized among the most hazardous places to work. Based on the five categories of occupational hazards that were identified by the ILO and WHO, this study...
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Prevalence and Effect of Workplace Violence against Emergency Nurses at a Tertiary Hospital in Kenya: A Cross-Sectional Study

Kibunja BK, Musembi HM, Kimani RW, Gatimu SM

Introduction Workplace violence (WPV) is a major occupational and health hazard for nurses. It affects nurses' physical and psychological well-being and impacts health service delivery. We aimed to assess the prevalence...
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Safety Culture: A Retrospective Analysis of Occupational Health and Safety Mining Reports

Tetzlaff EJ, Goggins KA, Pegoraro AL, Dorman SC, Pakalnis V, Eger TR

Background In the mining industry, various methods of accident analysis have utilized official accident investigations to try and establish broader causation mechanisms. An emerging area of interest is identifying the extent...
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Occupational Health Could be the New Normal Challenge in the Trade and Health Cycle: Keywords Analysis Between 1990 and 2020

Kiran S

This brief report aims to establish the keyword content of studies on occupational health and safety—the key framework of the world of work in the trade and health domain. Data...
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Seroprevalence of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 and predictors of seropositivity among employees of a teaching hospital in New Delhi, India

Sharma P, Chawla R, Bakshi R, Saxena S, Basu S, Bharti PK, Dhuria M, Singh SK, Lal P

Objectives: Healthcare workers (HCWs) are at a high risk of contracting severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) due to the increased likelihood of clinical exposure during patient management. The...
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COVID -19: Protection of Workers at the Workplace in Singapore

Ng WT

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in movement restrictions being instituted globally and the cessation of work at many workplaces. However, during this period, essential services such as healthcare, law enforcement,...
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Safety Management in Norwegian Fish Farming: Current Status, Challenges, and Further Improvements

Thorvaldsen T, Størkersen K, Kongsvik T, Holmen IM

Background: Safety management is required to ensure health and safety of personnel in Norwegian fish farming. However, few studies have addressed the status and practical relevance of this risk-reducing measure. Methods:...
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Is Nonstandard Employment Hazardous to Workers' Health Status? A Focus on Special Employment in South Korea

Park B, Elizabeth T, Park CG

Purpose: Workers in special employment relationship (WSERs) are workers in nonstandard employment arrangements who lack worker protection accorded in standard employment arrangements. This study aimed to describe self-rated health (SRH)...
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Implementation of ISO45001 Considering Strengthened Demands for OHSMS in South Korea: Based on Comparing Surveys Conducted in 2004 and 2018

Lee J, Jung J, Yoon SJ, Byeon SH

Background According to the previous studies, the work-related accident rate decreased in Korea after the introduction of occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS), but there were several disasters in Korea...
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The Need for Developing Technology-Enabled, Safe, and Ethical Workforce for Healthcare Delivery

Sarbadhikari SN, Pradhan KB

Strengthening of the health system is a safety imperative, especially in a crisis as caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While there is a need for enhancing the number and...
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Self-Reported Variables as Determinants of Upper Limb Musculoskeletal Symptoms in Assembly Line Workers

Guerreiro MM, Serranheira F, Cruz EB, Sousa-Uva A

Background Assembly lines work is frequently associated to work-related upper limb musculoskeletal disorders. The related disability and absenteeism make it important to implement efficient health surveillance systems. The main objective of...
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