|Document ID (ISN)||108432|
|ISSN - Serial title
|Convention or series no.
||Ivanov I., Kortum E., Wilburn S., Eijkemans G., Mugagga Kiwekete H., Khamis Msangi Y., Abromeit M., Burton J., Shaw M., Gibson-MacDonald N., Punnett L., Kirsten W., Bakirov A.B., Robinson E., Harris-Roberts J., Sheehan O., Litchfield I., Loughman R., Golubic R.
||Promoting and protecting health at the workplace
||Winter 2007-2008, No.14, p.1-44 (whole issue). Illus. Bibl.ref
||http://www.who.int/occupational_health/publications/newsletter/gohnet_14e.pdf [in English]
||Contents of this whole issue on the promotion and protection of health at the workplace: protecting and promoting health at the WHO headquarters; development and use of on the occupational risk management toolkit; South-African perspective on protecting and promoting health at the workplace; code of conduct for protecting and promoting workers' health in the cut-flower industry in Tanzania; resources for workplace health in Canada; presentation of the centre for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplaces (CPH-NEW); how to make the business case for health promotion at the workplace; workers' health in the petrochemical and oil-extraction sector in a Russian region; occupational health technicians; hidden costs of poor ergonomics in office environments in Ireland; national register of radiofrequency workers in the United Kingdom; building capacities for primary prevention of occupational hazards, diseases and injuries in New Zealand; report on an occupational health congress held in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
||occupational hygiene; plant health organization; hazard evaluation; economic aspects; WHO
||Russian Federation; conference; New Zealand; USA; Tanzania, United Republic of; South Africa; United Kingdom; Croatia; Ireland; radiofrequency radiation; ergonomics; office work; exposure evaluation; flower and perfume-plant growing; petroleum and natural gas industry; petrochemical industry; Canada
||D - Periodical articles
|Country / State or Province||Canada; Germany; United Kingdom; Croatia; Ireland; Mexico; New Zealand; Russian Federation; Tanzania, United Republic of; USA; WHO; South Africa|
|Broad subject area(s)
||Occupational medicine, epidemiology
||Occupational health services