Proposed National Strategies for the Prevention of Leading Work-related Diseases and Injuries, Part 1
Contains 15 landmark documents, in one report, summarizing what needs to be done to prevent the leading occupat'l. (OC) health problems in the U.S.: from Ô86, 10 were issued: dermatolog'l. conditions; repro'n. dis.; musculoskeletal injuries; neurotoxic dis.; noise-induced hearing loss; OC cancers; OC cardiovascular dis.; OC lung dis.; psychological disorders; severe OC traumatic injuries, and OC cardiovasc'r. dis. In Ô88, 5 add'l. prevent. strategies: reprod'n. disord., neurotoxic disord., noise-induced hearing loss, dermatological conditions, and psychol'l. disord.
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Page 107 - National Center for Health Statistics: Eighth Revision International Classification of Diseases, Adapted for Use in the United States.
Page 53 - Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. Public Law 91-596. 91st Congress, S. 2193.
Page 19 - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 1977; DHEW Publication No. (NIOSH) 78-118.
Page 50 - The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, The American Society for Testing Materials, and the Society of Automotive...
Page 109 - ASPH/NIOSH (The Association of Schools of Public Health under a cooperative agreement with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health).
Page 29 - ... the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), and trains professionals in occupational safety and health.
Page 98 - The National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) and the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) are the major national surveys for assessment of health status in the United States.
Page 97 - Participation /Control Individuals should be given the opportunity to have input on decisions or actions that affect their jobs and the performance of their tasks. 3. Research Needs Other steps beyond formulating and promulgating such recommendations can help implement improved job design. a. NIOSH can work directly with industry, through mechanisms for technical assistance or cooperative agreements, to study problematic situations and to develop and install solutions.