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Psychosocial Risk Management in the Teaching Profession: A Systematic Review ☆

Wischlitzki E, Amler N, Hiller J, Drexler H

Teachers are facing various job demands with psychosocial aspects being fundamental due to the nature of the occupation. Although teachers' work is associated with different psychosocial health risks, little is...
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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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A Study on Concentration, Identification, and Reduction of Airborne Microorganisms in the Military Working Dog Clinic

Kim MH, Baek KO, Park GG, Jang JY, Lee JH

Background The study was planned to show the status of indoor microorganisms and the status of the reduction device in the military dog clinic. Methods Airborne microbes were analyzed according to the number...
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Relationship Between Job Training and Subjective Well-being In Accordance With Work Creativity, Task Variety, and Occupation

Shin M,G, Kim YK, Kim SY, Kang DM

Background Job training influences the overall working environment and worker's well-being. The purpose of this study is to find the relationship between job training and subjective well-being in accordance with occupations...
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Organizational Climate Effects on the Relationship Between Emotional Labor and Turnover Intention in Korean Firefighters

Ryu HY, Hyun DS, Jeung DY, Kim CS, Chang SJ

Background The purpose of this study is to examine the combined effects of organizational climate (OC) with emotional labor (EL) on turnover intention in Korean firefighters. Methods The data were obtained from the...
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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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Breaking the Culture-specific Silence of Women Glass Bead Makers in Ghana: Towards Empowerment

Adom D, Daitey ST, Yarney L, Fening PA

Background The production of glass beads in Ghana is greatly impacted by the ingenuity of Ghanaian women. Preliminary investigations revealed the lack of interest on the part of women due to...
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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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Follow-up of Soluble Mesothelin-Related Protein Levels in Participants With Asbestos-Related Disorders

Park AloopK, Johnson AR, Wilson D, Thomas PS, Yates DH

Background Asbestos exposure is associated with the development of the cancer malignant mesothelioma (MM). Measurement of soluble mesothelin-related protein (SMRP) has been suggested as a method for detection of MM in...
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The Relationships Between Control Measures and Absenteeism in the Context of Internal Control

Bayram M, Burgazoglu H

Background The study tries to show the effect of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) legislation implemented via plan-do-check-act methodology on accident and sickness absenteeism. Methods The data for the study gathered via a...
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Psychosocial Risks Assessment in Cryopreservation Laboratories

Fernandes A, Figueiredo M, Ribeiro J, Neves J, Vicente H

Background Psychosocial risks are increasingly a type of risk analyzed in organizations beyond chemical, physical, and biological risks. To this type of risk, a greater attention has been given following the...
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Assessment of the Risks of Occupational Diseases of the Passenger Bus Drivers

Golinko V, Cheberyachko S, Deryugin O, Tretyak O, Dusmatova O

Background The working conditions of bus drivers are difficult; they lead to occupational diseases and require careful study, particularly in Ukraine. The objective of the article is the description of occupational...
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Work Conditions and Practices in Norwegian Fire Departments From 1950 Until Today: A Survey on Factors Potentially Influencing Carcinogen Exposure

Jakobsen J, Babigumira R, Danielsen M, Grimsrud TK, Olsen R, Rosting C, Veierød MB, Kjærheim K

Background Meta-analyses have shown firefighters to be at an increased risk of several cancer types. Occupational carcinogen exposure may explain these increased risks. This study aims to describe Norwegian fire departments'...
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Influences of Neck and/or Wrist Pain on Hand Grip Strength of Industrial Quality Proofing Workers

Wollesen B, Gräf J, Schumacher N, Meyer G, Wanstrath M, Feldhaus C, Luedtke K, Mattes K

Background The aim of this study was to analyze the interaction between neck and/or wrist pain and hand grip strength (HGS) and to investigate factors (age, sex, neck disorders, and carpal...
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Design of a Smart Safety Vest Incorporated With Metal Detector Kits for Enhanced Personal Protection

Rajendran SD, Wahab SN, Yeap SP

Background Personal protective equipment (PPE) has been designed in such a way to reduce accident rates. Unfortunately, existing PPE is rather ineffective as it is not able to provide warning signals...
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Scale Development and Validation to Measure Occupational Health Literacy Among Thai Informal Workers

Suthakorn W, Songkham W, Tantranont K, Srisuphan W, Sakarinkhul P, Dhatsuwan J

Background The high incidence of work-related diseases and injuries among day-laborers and workers with no legal contracts (informal workers) has received the attention of the Thai authorities. Workers' low occupational health...
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Analysis of Thermal Characteristics and Insulation Resistance Based on the Installation Year and Accelerated Test by Electrical Socket Outlets

Kim KC, Kim DH, Kim SC, Kim JH

Background Electrical socket outlets are used continuously until a failure occurs because they have no indication of manufacturing date or exchange specifications. For this reason, 659 electrical fires related to electrical...
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Developing a Job Exposure Matrix of Work Organization Hazards in the United States: A Review on Methodological Issues and Research Protocol

Choi B

Background Most job exposure matrices (JEMs) have been developed for chemical and physical hazards in the United States (US). In addition, the overall validity of most JEMs of work organization hazards...
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Work-Related Risk Factors of Knee Meniscal Tears in Korean Farmers: A Cross-Sectional Study

Hong CY, Lee CG, Kim DH, Cho YS, Kim KY, Ryu SY, Song HS

Background Meniscal tears are among the major risk factors for knee osteoarthritis progression. This study aimed to investigate the relationship between meniscal tears and work-related factors in the farming occupation. Methods The participants...
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Chemical Use and Associated Health Concerns in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry

Yoon C, Kim S, Park DP, Choi Y, Jo J, Lee K

Background Research on the status of many chemicals used in the semiconductor industry is needed. The purpose of this study was to describe the overall status of chemical use in the...
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