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Occupational Health in Developing Countries

Paperback Engels 1992 9780192621221
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This book discusses the occupational health concerns of countries with minimal resources. Extensive industrial and agricultural growth is taking place in many of these countries, resulting in an urgent need for the provision of appropriate and accessible health care to the working population. The contributors are international experts in occupational health.

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ISBN13:9780192621221
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:Paperback
Aantal pagina's:520
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SECTION A: ORGANIZATION OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES: Occupational health services in developing countries; Occupational health services for agricultural workers; Occupational health services for small-scale industries; Multinationals and occupational health services; Occupational health and international agencies; The economics of occupational health services; SECTION B: TECHNOLOGY FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH: Occupational hygiene; Occupational epidemiology in
developing countries; Ergonomics; SECTION C: SPECIAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH ISSUES: Pesticides; Acute pesticide poisoning in developing countries; Heat; Occupational lung diseases - mineral dusts; Occupational lung diseases - vegetable dusts; Endemic diseases; Migrant workers; The export of industrial hazards
to developing countries; Environmental standards at the workplace; Accidents at work; SECTION D: EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND RESEARCH: The occupational nurse and the primary health care worker; Education and training in occupational health in developing countries; Health education and health promotion at the workplace; Sources of information in occupational health practice; Research policies and needs; Index.

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