|Document ID (ISN)||67451|
|Convention or series no.
||Other common industries
||Anden almen industri [in Danish]|
||Arbejdstilsynet, At-Salg, Landskronagade 33, 2100 K°benhavn ě, Denmark, 1995. 72p. Price: DKK 100.00 + tax.
||A systematic summary of publications and documentation regarding working environment factors and the state of workers' health in the Danish stone, ceramics and glass industry. Some other sectors (such as the instrumentation industry), which do not naturally belong to other groups of industries, are also included in this sector. There are about 42,000 employees in this group, of whom half work in the stone, ceramics and glass industry. The main working environment problems are noise, strain injuries, respiratory diseases and accidents. Other problems are exposure to chemicals and vibration. The incidence of reported occupational diseases and accidents is high. Since this group of industries is heterogeneous, working environments and their problems vary greatly. However, concrete and cement factories, glassworks and the paper industry seem to have the highest exposures to harmful factors.
||occupational hygiene; occupational safety; instrumentation industry; cement industry; glass industry; conditions of work; quarrying industry; pulp and paper industry; pottery industry; Denmark
||occupational accidents; noise; strain injuries; respiratory diseases; statistics; vibration
||E - Books, reports, proceedings
|Country / State or Province||Denmark|
||Materials, glass and ceramics
|Broad subject area(s)
||Industries and occupations
||Paper and paper products industry
Cement and concrete
Glass, pottery and related materials
Mining and quarrying