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Discomfort Analysis in Computerized Numeric Control Machine Operations

Muthukumar K, Sankaranarayanasamy K, Ganguli AK

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):146-153.
OBJECTIVES: The introduction of computerized numeric control (CNC) technology in manufacturing industries has revolutionized the production process, but there are some health and safety problems associated with these machines. The...
The Experience of Miners Relocated to Alternative Positions due to Silicosis in the Andean of CODELCO, Chile, 2010

Delgado D, Aguilera M, Delgado F, Rug A

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):140-145.
OBJECTIVES: To understand the personal experiences of mine workers that have experienced job relocation due to silicosis at the Andina Division of Corporacion Nacional del Cobre (CODELCO), Chile. The purpose...
Work Environments and Exposure to Hazardous Substances in Korean Tire Manufacturing

Lee N, Lee BK, Jeong S, Yi GY, Shin J

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):130-139.
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the tire manufacturing work environments extensively and to identify workers' exposure to hazardous substances in various work processes. METHODS: Personal air sampling...
Evaluation of Occupational Health Teaching Sessions for Final Year Medical Students

Yildiz AN, Bilir N, Camur D, Caman OK

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):123-129.
OBJECTIVES: The study was conducted with the aim of evaluating applied occupational health teaching for final-year medical students at Hacettepe University, Faculty of Medicine. METHODS: The study included all sixth grade...
Return to Work after an Acute Coronary Syndrome: Patients' Perspective

Slebus FG, Jorstad HT, Peters RJ, Kuijer PP, Willems JH, Sluiter JK, Frings-Dresen MHW

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):117-122.
OBJECTIVES: To describe the time perspective of return to work and the factors that facilitate and hinder return to work in a group of survivors of acute coronary syndrome (ACS). METHODS:...
When Work is Related to Disease, What Establishes Evidence for a Causal Relation?

Verbeek J

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):110-116.
Establishing a causal relationship between factors at work and disease is difficult for occupational physicians and researchers. This paper seeks to provide arguments for the judgement of evidence of causality...
Can We Reduce Workplace Fatalities by Half?

Koh DS

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):104-109.
Singapore, an island republic of over 5 million inhabitants, has 3.1 million workers. Most are employed in the service, finance and tourist/transport industry. Significant numbers work in manufacturing, construction and...
Allergic to Pool Water

Stenveld H

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):101-103.
To identify the allergy problem of a 36-year old swimming instructor, who experiences heavy itching and rashes whenever she comes in contact with pool water. Patch tests were performed with...
Application of Pharmacovigilance Methods in Occupational Health Surveillance: Comparison of Seven Disproportionality Metrics

Bonneterre V, Bicout DJ, de Gaudemaris R

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):92-100.
OBJECTIVES: The French National Occupational Diseases Surveillance and Prevention Network (RNV3P) is a French network of occupational disease specialists, which collects, in standardised coded reports, all cases where a physician...
Antimicrobial-resistant Bacteria: An Unrecognized Work-related Risk in Food Animal Production

Castillo Neyra R, Vegosen L, Davis MF, Price L, Silbergeld EK

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  • 2012 Jun;3(2):85-91.
The occupations involved in food animal production have long been recognized to carry significant health risks for workers, with special attention to injuries. However, risk of pathogen exposure in these...

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