Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Kitap : Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Yazar : * --

Dil : İngilizce

Bölüm : Sağlık-Güvenlik-Çevre

Yayın Yeri : Finlandiya

ISSN : 0355-3140

Cilt : 31-2

Periyot : iki aylık

Yayın Tarihi : 2005

Yayıncı : Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Orijinal Dil : Türkçe

Tür : Süreli Yayın

Kitap No : 4780


CONTENTS — volume 31, suppl 2, 2005
van Duivenbooden C, Frings-Dresen MHW, Ringen K
Occupational health in the construction industry Snashali D
Occupational injuries among construction workers treated in a major metropolitan emergency department in the'United States Welch LS, Hunting KL. Anderson MurawskiJ
Mortality and morbidity among bridge and tunnel construction workers who worked long hours and long days constructing the Great Belt Fixed Link Tuchsen F, Hannerz H, Spangenberg S
Asbestos hazard in the Swedish construction industry—recent trends in mesothelioma incidence Engholm G, Englund A
Development of a decision model to identify workers at risk for long-term disability in the construction industry BurdorfA, Frings-Dresen MHW, van Duivenbooden C. Elders LAM
The conditions and perception of work during painting
behind screening
Spee T, Boeckhout 01, van Ginkel T, Terwoert J
Quantitative risk assessment in relation to occupational exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls in the removal of old sealants from buildings Priha E. Rantio T, Riaia R, Back B, Oksa P
Risk assessment of silicosis and lung cancer among construction workers exposed to respirable quartz Tjoe Nij E, Heederik D
Dose-response associations between musculoskeletai disorders and physical and psychosocial factors among construction workers Engholm G, Holmstrom E
Knee-straining work activities, self-reported knee disorders and radiographically determined knee osteoarthritis Klrkeskov Jensen L
Effectiveness of measures and implementation strategies in reducing physical work demands due to manual handling at work
van der Molen HP, SluiterJK, Hulshof CTJ, Vink P, Frings-Dresen MHW
Physical load exposure at construction sites Hartmann B, Fleischer AG
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