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A Comparative Study of the Methods to Assess Occupational Noise Exposures of Fish Harvesters

Burella G, Moro L

Background Noise-induced hearing loss is a well-known occupational disease that affects many fish harvesters from many fisheries worldwide, whose risk factor is prolonged exposure to hazardous noise levels. To date, academic...
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COVID-19 and Return-To-Work for the Construction Sector: Lessons From Singapore

Gan WH, Koh D

Singapore’s construction sector employs more than 450,000 workers. During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore from April to June 2020, migrant workers were disproportionately affected, including many working...
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A Lung Granuloma Case Possibly Associated with a Working Environment: A Case Report

Seehapanya S, Chaiear N, Ratanawatkul P, Samerpitak K, Intarawichian P, Wonglakorn L

Lung granulomas are uncommon in Thailand. The disease typically develops from an occupational environment and is mostly caused by infection. Herein is a case report of a female patient, aged...
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Insufficient Rest Breaks at Workplace and Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Korean Kitchen Workers

Park S, Lee J, Lee JH

Background The socioeconomic burden of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) is significant, and kitchen work is a high-risk occupation for MSDs due to the intensive manual workload and repetitive movements that are involved....
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The Author Response: Risk of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity in Laboratory Workers

Crespo JP, Cañón RL, Puchol

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The Author Response: Cancer Perceptions Among Smokeless Tobacco Users: A Qualitative Study of US Firefighters

Jitnarin N, Poston WS, Jahnke SA, Haddock CK, Kelley HN

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Compliance with Recommendations on Work Schedule for Shift Nurses in South Korea

Lee J, Jeong IS

Background A well-designed shift schedule has been reported to have a positive effect on improving health problems associated with shift work. This study aimed to identify compliance with the 17 recommendations...
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A Hierarchical Solution Approach for Occupational Health and Safety Inspectors' Task Assignment Problem

Arikan F, Sozen SK

Background Occupational health and safety (OHS) is a significant interest of all governments to prevent workplace hazards. Although appropriate legislation and regulations are essentials for the protection of workers, they are...
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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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Letter to the Editor: Cancer Perceptions Among Smokeless Tobacco Users: A Qualitative Study of US Firefighters

Gao X, Deming NJ, Cavalier AN

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Determining Potassium Bromate in the Inhalable Aerosol Fraction in Workplace Air with Ion Chromatography

Kowalska J, Lis M, Biesaga M

Background The article presents the results of studies performed in order to develop a new method of airborne potassium bromate(V) determination at workplaces. Methods The method is based on a collection of the...
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In-house Contractors’ Exposure to Risks and Determinants of Industrial Accidents; With Focus on Companies Handling Hazardous Chemicals

Shin K

Background The series of serious industrial accidents in recent years at contractors to large companies has highlighted risk outsourcing as a real and urgent problem. This study aims to review the...
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Determination of the Society's Perceptions, Experiences, and Intentions to Use Violence Against Health Professionals

Döndü , Yasemin B

Background Violence against health professionals is an increasing problem in Turkey. This study aims to determine the societal perception of violence, experience of violence, and the intentions to use violence against...
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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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Risk Assessment for Toluene Diisocyanate and Respiratory Disease Human Studies

PARK RM

Background Toluene diisocyanate (TDI) is a highly reactive chemical that causes sensitization and has also been associated with increased lung cancer. A risk assessment was conducted based on occupational epidemiologic estimates...
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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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Workers' Exposure to Indium Compounds at the Electronics Industry in Republic of Korea

Yi G, Jeong J, Bae Y, Shin J, Ma H, Lee N, Park SH, Park D

Objectives The aim of this study was to provide baseline data for the assessment of exposure to indium and to prevent adverse health effects among workers engaged in the electronics and...
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Factors that Affect Depression and Anxiety in Service and Sales Workers Who Interact With Angry Clients

Park J, Kim Y

Introduction We evaluated depression and anxiety in service and sales workers from Korea who interacted with angry clients to identify factors that mediated and moderated depression and anxiety in these workers. Methods This...
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Work–Family Conflict, Depression, and Burnout Among Jail Correctional Officers: A 1-Year Prospective Study

Jaegers LA, Vaughn MG, Werth P, Matthieu MM, Ahmad SO, Barnidge E

Background Correctional officers (COs) experience elevated rates of mental and physical ill-health as compared with other general industry and public safety occupations. The purpose of this study was to investigate demographic,...
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The Complex Interrelationship of Work-Related Factors Underlying Risky Driving Behavior of Food Delivery Riders in Athens, Greece

Papakostopoulos V, Nathanael D

Background In this study, the association of work and demographic characteristics with different traffic offenses committed by food delivery riders in Greece was examined. Previous research has identified various factors related...
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