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How Much Does My Work Affect My Health? The Relationships between Working Conditions and Health in an Italian Survey

Ronchetti M, Russo S, Tecco CD, Iavicoli S

Backround Working condition surveys are widely recognized as useful tools for monitoring the quality of working life and the improvements introduced by health and safety policy frameworks at the European and...
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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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Infection Risks Faced by Public Health Laboratory Services Teams When Handling Specimens Associated With Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Wong CK, Tsang DNC, Chan RCW, Lam ETK, Jong KK

Infection risks of handling specimens associated with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) by public health laboratory services teams were assessed to scrutinize the potential hazards arising from the...
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Functional Movement Screen as a Predictor of Occupational Injury Among Denver Firefighters

Shore E, Dally M, Brooks S, Ostendorf D, Newman M, Newman L

Background: The Functional Movement Screen (FMS™) is a screening tool used to assess an individual's ability to perform fundamental movements that are necessary to do physically active tasks. The purpose...
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Occupational Safety and Health Act for the Protection of Workers’ Mental Health

Yoon JH

The job is one of the essential elements of human happiness. On the other hand, workers are exposed to many hazardous environments that cause disease. The Occupational Safety and Health...
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Comparison of risk-assessment tools for cardio-cerebrovascular diseases (CVD) in male shipyard workers: a cross-sectional study

Ha JC, Son JS, Kim YO, Chae CH, Kim CW, Park HO, Lee JH, Shin YH, Park HW

BACKGROUND: Periodic revision of assessment tools is essential to ensure risk assessment reliability and validity. Despite the recent revision of the Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA) 2018, there...
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Association of Sleep Disturbance, Fatigue, Job Stress and Exposure to Blood and Body Fluid in Shift-work Nurses

Ryu JG, Choi-Kwon

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify associations among the sleep disturbance, fatigue, job stress, and blood and body fluid (BBF) exposure of shift-work nurses. METHODS: A total of...
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The Relationship Between Frequency of Injuries and Workplace Environment in Korea: Focus on Shift Work and Workplace Environmental Factors☆

Kim J

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of shift work on occupational safety in various industrial sectors. The study analyzes the effects of shift work on...
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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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Reproductive Toxic Chemicals at Work and Efforts to Protect Workers' Health: A Literature Review

Rim KT

A huge number of chemicals are produced and used in the world, and some of them can have negative effects on the reproductive health of workers. To date, most chemicals...
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Analysis of Workplace Accidents in Automotive Repair Workshops in Spain

López-Arquillos A, Rubio-Romero JC

BACKGROUND: To analyze the effects of the factors associated with different types of injury (superficial wounds, dislocations and sprains, bone fractures, concussion and internal injuries, burns scalding and freezing) caused...
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Tetryl exposure: forgotten hazards of antique munitions

Alfaraj WA, McMillan B, Ducatman A, Werntz CL

BACKGROUND: Older yet still abundant munitions such as tetryl present easily forgotten health hazards and associated needs for worker protection. CASE PRESENTATION: Symptoms and findings from 22 workers who were exposed...
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Factors Influencing Learning Satisfaction of Migrant Workers in Korea with E-learning-Based Occupational Safety and Health Education

Lee YJ, Lee D

BACKGROUND: E-learning-based programs have recently been introduced to the occupational safety and health (OSH) education for migrant workers in Korea. The purpose of this study was to investigate how the...
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Occupational Safety and Health Activities Conducted across Countries in Asia

Park JK, Khai TT

Three occupational safety and health (OSH) activities, one international and two national workshops, were documented as part of OSH activities conducted under the International Labor Organization/Korea Partnership Program in the...
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The Core Values that Support Health, Safety, and Well-being at Work

Zwetsloot , Scheppingen ARv, Bos EH, Dijkman A, Starren A

  • KMID: 2317102
  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2013 Dec;4(4):187-196.
BACKGROUND: Health, safety, and well-being (HSW) at work represent important values in themselves. It seems, however, that other values can contribute to HSW. This is to some extent reflected in...
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Oxidative DNA Damage from Nanoparticle Exposure and Its Application to Workers' Health: A Literature Review

Rim KT, Song SW, Kim HY

  • KMID: 2317101
  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2013 Dec;4(4):177-186.
The use of nanoparticles (NPs) in industry is increasing, bringing with it a number of adverse health effects on workers. Like other chemical carcinogens, NPs can cause cancer via oxidative...
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Risk Assessment of Physical Hazards in Greek Hospitals Combining Staff's Perception, Experts' Evaluation and Objective Measurements

Tziaferi S, Sourtzi P, Kalokairinou A, Sgourou E, Koumoulas , Velonakis

  • KMID: 2317023
  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2011 Sep;2(3):260-272.
OBJECTIVES: The promotion of health and safety (H&S) awareness among hospital staff can be applied through various methods. The aim of this study was to assess the risk level of...
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Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Industrial Safety and Health in Technical High School Students

Choi SP, Park CY, Yim HW

  • KMID: 2074991
  • Korean J Occup Environ Med.
  • 2001 Jun;13(2):171-179.
OBJECTIVES: This study was carried out to determine the knowledge(K), attitude(A) and practice(P) on major industrial safety and health problems among on-the-job training students. METHODS: We used self-administered questionnaire regarding rules...
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