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Asbestos and Asbestos-related Diseases in Vietnam: In reference to the International Labor Organization/World Health Organization National Asbestos Profile

Pham VH, Lan Tran T, Le GV, Movahed M, Jiang Y, Pham NH, Ogawa H, Takahashi

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  • 2013 Jun;4(2):117-121.
This paper describes progress on formulating a national asbestos profile for the country of Vietnam. The Center of Asbestos Resource, Vietnam, formulated a National Profile on Asbestos-related Occupational Health, with...
The Validity and Reliability of the Second Korean Working Conditions Survey

Kim YS, Rhee KY, Oh MJ, Park J

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  • 2013 Jun;4(2):111-116.
BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to evaluate the quality of the Second Korean Working Conditions Survey (KWCS), focusing on its validity and reliability. METHODS: The external validity was evaluated...
The Effect of Lifting Speed on Cumulative and Peak Biomechanical Loading for Symmetric Lifting Tasks

Greenland , Merryweather AS, Bloswick D

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  • 2013 Jun;4(2):105-110.
BACKGROUND: To determine the influence of lifting speed and type on peak and cumulative back compressive force (BCF) and shoulder moment (SM) loads during symmetric lifting. Another aim of the...
Biorisk Assessment of Medical Diagnostic Laboratories in Nigeria

Oladeinde , Omoregie R, Odia I, Osakue EO, Imade OS

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  • 2013 Jun;4(2):100-104.
BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to assess public and private medical diagnostic laboratories in Nigeria for the presence of biosafety equipment, devices, and measures. METHODS: A total of 80...
Work-Related Stress Risk Assessment in Italy: A Methodological Proposal Adapted to Regulatory Guidelines

Persechino B, Valenti A, Ronchetti , Rondinone , Di Tecco C, Vitali S, Iavicoli S

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  • 2013 Jun;4(2):95-99.
BACKGROUND: Work-related stress is one of the major causes of occupational ill health. In line with the regulatory framework on occupational health and safety (OSH), adequate models for assessing and...
Psychosocial Risks: Is Risk Management Strategic Enough in Business and Policy Making?

Langenhan , Leka S, Jain A

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  • 2013 Jun;4(2):87-94.
BACKGROUND: In times of continuous change and volatile markets, organizations are increasingly characterized by downsizing, work intensification, and resource rationalization. This has resulted in diversification, and the emergence of new...
Awareness of Asbestos and Action Plans for Its Exposure can Help Lives Exposed to Asbestos

Lee HJ, Park EK, Wilson D, Tutkun E, Oak C

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  • 2013 Jun;4(2):84-86.
Despite the fact that asbestos is a known carcinogen to humans, it is still used in industrialized countries, especially Asian countries. The global incidence of asbestos-related diseases (ARDs) due to...
Essential Occupational Safety and Health Interventions for Low- and Middle-income Countries: An Overview of the Evidence

Verbeek J, Ivanov I

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  • 2013 Jun;4(2):77-83.
There is still a considerable burden of occupational diseases and injuries in the world. It is not well known which interventions can effectively reduce the exposures at work that cause...
We Should Have Concerns about Risk Transfer

Park J

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  • 2013 Jun;4(2):75-76.
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