Journals Higher Education

$69.95

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11 March 2011

624 Pages | 27 line-cuts and 71 half-tones

7 x 10 inches

ISBN: 9780195380002


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Global Occupational Health

Edited by Tee L. Guidotti

  • Presents an overview of the basic sciences needed to understand occupational health hazards, including stress and psychological factors, physical and chemical injury, and other relevant concepts
  • Provides a basic approach to chemical safety and risk assessment
  • Global coverage: diverse settings, country-specific case studies, different national approaches, UN bodies and covenants
  • Strong thesis that occupational health is a neglected part of economic development and that good management and prevention benefits employers and all society
  • Suitable for students as well as professionals
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