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Document ID (ISN)100531
CIS number 02-1696
ISSN - Serial title 1250-3274 - Archives des maladies professionnelles et de médecine du travail
Year 2002
Convention or series no.
Title 27th National Congress of Occupational Medicine and Health - Grenoble, 4-7 June 2002
Original title 27e Congrès national de médecine et santé au travail - Grenoble, 4-7 juin 2002 [in French]
Bibliographic information June 2002, Vol.63, No.3-4, p.133-354 (whole issue). Bibl.ref.
Abstract Proceedings of the 27th National Congress of Occupational Medicine and Health held in Grenoble, France, 4-7 June 2002. Main topics covered: microbiological and toxicological risks of water-based paint; household waste treatment and health hazards; PAH; violence in the workplace; new strategies for preventing musculoskeletal disorders; prevention by routine medical examination; pluridisciplinarity; occupational medicine and quality; influence of the Internet on practices in occupational medicine; ethics and occupational health; perception of hazards and risk-taking; ionizing radiation; sleep and work (diagnosis of hyper-somnolence); nutrition; occupational asthma and options for prevention; occupationally-related cardiovascular risk; effects of company restructuring on health; working after the age of 50; socio-occupational health inequalities.
Descriptors (primary) occupational safety and health; France; occupational medicine; hazard evaluation; state of health
Descriptors (secondary) ionizing radiation; ethics; older workers; paints; nutrition; work posture; asthma; sleep; musculoskeletal diseases; risk awareness; polycyclic hydrocarbons; medical supervision; cardiovascular diseases; conference; social aspects; violence; refuse
Document type D - Periodical articles
Country / State or ProvinceFrance
Subject(s) Medicine, hygiene and first aid
Broad subject area(s) Occupational medicine, epidemiology
Browse category(ies) Nutrition
Violence and terrorism
Risk evaluation
Older workers