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Letter to “Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders in Iranian Dentists: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis”

Tajvar A, Arab-Zozani M, Hassanipour S

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):248-249.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2019.03.002
No abstract available.
Occupational Risks in Midwifery: From Bernardino Ramazzini to Modern Times

Bianchi T, Belingheri M, Nespoli A, De Vito G, Riva MA

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):245-247.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.11.002
Occupational risks are often underestimated in midwifery. It is not commonly known that occupational risks were originally described by the Italian physician Bernardino Ramazzini (1633e1714) at the beginning of the...
Exposure to Atmospheric Particulates and Associated Respirable Deposition Dose to Street Vendors at the Residential and Commercial Sites in Dehradun City

Prabhu V, Gupta SK, Madhwal S, Shridhar V

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):237-244.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2019.01.005
BACKGROUND: Street vendors spend relatively more time near roadways and are vulnerable to air pollution related health disorders. However, there is limited information on the quality of the air they...
Insights Into Emissions and Exposures From Use of Industrial-Scale Additive Manufacturing Machines

Stefaniak , Johnson AR, du Preez S, Hammond DR, Wells JR, Ham JE, LeBouf RF, Martin SB, Duling MG, Bowers LN, Knepp AK, de Beer DJ, du Plessis JL

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):229-236.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.10.003
BACKGROUND: Emerging reports suggest the potential for adverse health effects from exposure to emissions from some additive manufacturing (AM) processes. There is a paucity of real-world data on emissions from...
Sickness Presenteeism among the Self-employed and Employed in Northwestern Europe-The Importance of Time Demands

Nordenmark M, Hagqvist E, Vinberg S

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):224-228.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2019.01.003
BACKGROUND: European policymakers encourage individuals to become self-employed because it is a way to promote innovation and job creation. It can be assumed that health and well-being among the self-employed...
Comparison of the Impact of an Optimized Ice Cooling Vest and a Paraffin Cooling Vest on Physiological and Perceptual Strain

Zare M, Dehghan H, Yazdanirad S, Khoshakhlagh AH

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):219-223.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2019.01.004
BACKGROUND: Ice cooling vests can cause tissue damage and have no flexibility. Therefore, these two undesirable properties of ice cooling vest were optimized, and the present study was aimed to...
Crashes and Traffic Signal Violations Caused by Commercial Motorcycle Couriers

Shin DS, Byun JH, Jeong BY

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):213-218.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.10.002
BACKGROUND: Motorcycles are one of the important members of commercial transportation because of the convenient use during congested traffic conditions and the ease of parking in narrow streets. This study...
An Analysis of Individual and Social Factors Affecting Occupational Accidents

Barkhordari A, Malmir B, Malakoutikhah M

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):205-212.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2019.01.002
BACKGROUND: Workforce health is one of the primary and most challenging issues, particularly in industrialized countries. This article aims at modeling the major factors affecting accidents in the workplace, including...
Evaluation of Matrix Effects in Quantifying Microbial Secondary Metabolites in Indoor Dust Using Ultraperformance Liquid ChromatographeTandem Mass Spectrometer

Jaderson M, Park JH

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):196-204.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.12.004
BACKGROUND: Liquid chromatographyetandem mass spectrometry (LC-MSMS) for simultaneous analysis of multiple microbial secondary metabolites (MSMs) is potentially subject to interference by matrix components. METHODS: We examined potential matrix effects (MEs) in...
Contributors to Fatigue of MineWorkers in the South African Gold and Platinum Sector

Pelders J, Nelson G

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):188-195.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.12.002
BACKGROUND: Mine workers in South Africa face challenges relating to poor health and safety, including fatigue risks, and poor socioeconomic and living conditions. Fatigue results in impaired mental and physical...
Leading for Safety: A Question of Leadership Focus

Molnar MM, Von Thiele Schwarz U, Hellgren J, Hasson H, Tafvelin S

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):180-187.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.12.001
BACKGROUND: There is considerable evidence that leadership influences workplace safety, but less is known about the relative importance of different leadership styles for safety. In addition, a leadership style characterized...
The Interplay Between Supervisor Safety Support and Occupational Health and Safety Vulnerability on Work Injury

Yanar B, Lay M, Smith PM

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):172-179.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.11.001
BACKGROUND: Workers exposed to hazards without adequate protections are at greater risk of injury and illness. Supervisor activities have also been associated with injury risk. We examined the interplay between...
Personal Protective Equipment Availability and Utilization Among Interventionalists

Rose A, Rae WI

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):166-171.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.10.001
OBJECTIVE: This study explored personal protective equipment (PPE) availability and PPE utilization among interventionalists in the catheterization laboratory, which is a highly contextualized workplace. METHODS: This is a cross-sectional study using...
Analysis of Injuries in the Ghanaian Mining Industry and Priority Areas for Research

Stemn E

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):151-165.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.09.001
BACKGROUND: Despite improvements in safety performance, the number and severity of mining-related injuries remain high and unacceptable, indicating that further reduction can be achieved. This study examines occupational accident statistics...
Workplace Diesel Exhausts and Gasoline Exposure and Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Four Nordic Countries

Talibov M, Sormunen J, Weiderpass E, Kjaerheim , Martinsen , Sparen P, Tryggvadottir L, Hansen J, Pukkala E

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):141-150.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2019.01.001
BACKGROUND: Evidence on associations between occupational diesel exhaust and gasoline exposure and colorectal cancer is limited. We aimed to assess the effect of workplace exposure to diesel exhaust and gasoline...
Workplace Employees' Annual Physical Checkup and During Hire on the Job to Increase Health-care Awareness Perception to Prevent Disease Risk: A Work for Policy-Implementable Option Globally

Hakro S, Jinshan L

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):132-140.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.08.005
BACKGROUND: Increasing workplace health-care perception has become a major issue in the world. Most of the health-related problems are faced because of the lack of health management instruments. The level...
Expectations for “SHAW” and its Perspectives

Kim TG

  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2019 Jun;10(2):131-131.
  • doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2019.05.002
No abstract available.

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