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Satisfaction of industrial health care managers regarding the work of industrial hygiene engineers: a cross-sectional study

Choi BS, Kim MK, Sakong J

Background: A group health service is a system that delegates workplace health management to an entrusted institution. There have been various studies on group health services to date, but recent...
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Influencing Factors for Sleep Quality among Firefighters: Based on Objective and Subjective Evaluation

Jeon Y, Choi H

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to assess insomnia and the quality of sleep, investigate the concordance between objective and self-report sleep patterns, and identify physiological, psychological, and situational...
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An Index to Assess Overwork-Related Adverse Effects on Employees Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act in Taiwan

Lin YC, Lin YW

Background The present study aimed to digitally evaluate the risk of overwork-related adverse effects (OrAEs) among employees from various occupational categories in Taiwan. Methods Anonymous data of employees from seven companies/factories providing occupational...
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Trend Analysis by Risk Observation: How the German Statutory Accident Insurance Prepares for the Future in Occupational Safety and Health

Hauke A, Flaspöler E, Klüser R, Neitzner I, Reinert D

Background The risk observatory (RO) of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) provides strategic support to the German Social Accident Insurance Institutions (GSAII) in proactive prevention. It does so by identifying...
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Development and Validation of an Integrated Healthy Workplace Management Model in Taiwan

Chen FL, Chen PY, Chen CC, Tung TH

Background Impacts of exposure are generally monitored and recorded after injuries or illness occur. Yet, absence of conventional after-the-effect impacts (i.e., lagging indicators), tend to focus on physical health and injuries,...
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Synthesis of Evidence to Support EMS Personnel's Mental Health During Disease Outbreaks: A Scoping Review

Du BB, Rezvani S, Bigelow P, Nowrouzi-Kia B, Boscart VM, Yung M, Yazdani A

Emergency medical services (EMS) personnel are at high risk for adverse mental health outcomes during disease outbreaks. To support the development of evidence-informed mitigation strategies, we conducted a scoping review...
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Ergonomic Evaluation of Young Agricultural Operators Using Handle Equipment Through Electromyography and Vibrations Analysis Between the Fingers

Roggio F, Vitale E, Filetti V, Rapisarda V, Musumeci G, Romano E

Background Agricultural handle equipment is present on all production areas' farms. They are handy and portable; however, excessive use can lead to acute traumas or accidental injuries. Repetitive movements, awkward postures,...
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The Moderating Role of Emotional Intelligence on the Relationship Between Conflict Management Styles and Burnout among Firefighters

Michinov E

Background While the organizational factors that account for firefighters' burnout have been extensively explored, the individual factors related to how they regulate interpersonal conflicts and emotions remain to be investigated. Previous...
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Investigation of Stress-Inducing Factors and Occupational Stress Levels in General and Pediatric Dentists

Kim S, Lee J

The purpose of this study was to compare factors causing stress in pediatric and general dentists when treating pediatric patients and to evaluate their overall occupational stress level. A total...
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Does Drinking Culture Induce Problematic Alcohol Use? Evidence From a Military Representative Survey in Korea

Lee SY, Lee HK, Yoon Cg, Jeon H, Saunders JB

Objective To examine the relationship between problematic alcohol use and contributing factors among Korean professional soldiers. Methods Cross-sectional data of 2,646 participants collected by 2014 military-wide representative health survey was analyzed....
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The Association between Duration of Noise Exposure in the Workplace and Glucose Metabolism Status: Evidence from the Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Oh HY, Yoo JE

Background: This study aimed to evaluate the association between the duration of workplace noise exposure and glucose metabolism status in a nationally representative Korean sample. Methods: This cross-sectional study included 3,534...
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Association Between Working Hours and Depressive Symptoms Among Korean Employees

Kim ES, Jeon SW, Kim M, Oh KS, Shin DW, Park JH, Cho SJ, Shin YC

Objectives Many studies have reported noticeable increases in the proportion of employees working either relatively short or relatively long hours. Such trends have been accompanied by an increasing concern that...
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Occupational Stress in Korean Hospital Nurses: Secondary Data Analysis of the Development of a Korean Nurses’ Occupational Stress Scale

Yun M, Baek H, Kim IA, Sung JM

Purpose: This study aimed to elucidate the situational context and describe the factors and attributes pertaining to occupational stress among hospital nurses in Korea. Methods: Secondary data from focus group...
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Influence of Clinical Nurses’ Second-Victim Experience and Second-Victim Support in Relation to Patient Safety Incidents on Their Work-Related Outcomes

Jung SJ, Lee Y, Bae SH

Purpose: This study aims to determine the influence of clinical nurses’ second-victim experience and second-victim support on their negative work-related outcomes. Methods: We used a cross-sectional design with a convenience...
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The Mediating Effects of Flexibility on the Relationship between Job Stress, Sleep Quality and Mental Well-being of Psychiatric Hospital Workers

Lee S, Woo CH

Purpose: This study investigated mediating effects of flexibility in the relationship between job stress, sleep quality, and mental well-being of psychiatric hospital workers. Methods: Data were collected from 210 subjects recruited...
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Survey study on the emotional labor of physicians in Korea

Kim JS

Background: Currently, research on emotional labor is increasing. The purpose of this study was to measure the level of emotional labor of Korean physicians and analyze its differences according...
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Exposure to an accidental trichlorosilane spill: three case reports

Park CW, Kim SH, Lee SH, Kim S, Nho WY

Chlorosilane is a hazardous chemical compound which is used as a raw material in the production of silicone. Despite strict restrictions, accidental spillage of chlorosilane is often reported. However, human...
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ICOH Statement on Protecting the Occupational Safety and Health of Migrant Workers

ICoOH(, Salmen-Navarro A, Schulte P

Globally, it is estimated that the number of people living outside of their country of origin reached 281 million in 2020. The primary drive of those migrants when migrating voluntarily...
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Development of Korean CARcinogen EXposure: Assessment of the Exposure Intensity of Carcinogens by Industry

Koh DH, Park JH, Lee SG, Kim HC, Jung H, Kim I, Choi S, Park D

Background Occupational cancer is a global health issue. The Korean CARcinogen EXposure (K-CAREX), a database of CARcinogen EXposure, was developed for the Korean labor force to estimate the number of workers...
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Occupational Exposure to Refractory Ceramic Fibers in the Semiconductor Scrubber Manufacturing Industry

Song S, Kim S, Kim D, Yoon C

Background Refractory ceramic fibers (RCFs) are a suspected carcinogen but have been widely used as insulations. Depending on the temperature, RCFs can transform into crystalline SiO2, which is a carcinogen that...
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