Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Book : Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Health-Safety-Environment

Publishing Location : Danimarka

ISSN : 0355-3140

Skin : 18-3

Period : bimonthly

Published Date : 1992

Publisher : Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Document Type : Periodical

Book No : 1355

INDEX

CONTENTS
7 INTRODUCTION
7 SUBJECTS AND METHODS
7 The data
7 Quality of diagnoses
9 Measures of mortality; quality of occupational description
12 Multiple testing
12 Presentation of results
12 RESULTS
12 General overview
12 Agriculture, fishing and forestry work (117-145)
17 Food industry (212-240)
17 Textile industry (250 273)
17 Wood working and furniture industry (304-313)
17 Paper manufacturing and graphic industry (330-345, 624)
17 Leather processing (360)
17 Chemical workers (370)
17 Occupations of stone and earth processing (390-406)
17 Foundry workers (410)
17 Occupations of metal processing (426 456, 477)
18 Electricians (472)
18 Jewellery making and watchmaking (485 490)
18 Building trades (500-515)
18 Painters (520, 524)
18 Architect (600)
18 Engineers (601)
18 Technical occupations (620, 639)
18 Entrepreneurs, directors and chief officials (640, 641)
18 Employees in trade and commerce, sales occupations (650-670, 678, 683-695)
19 Excavator and crane operators (634), professional drivers (703), gas station attendants (679)
19 Railroad occupations (700 701, 710-720)
19 Occupations in communications (730)
19 Air traffic occupations (723)
19 Innkeepers, hotel managers, cooks (750-759)
19 Cleaning services (780 787)
19 Lawyers, notaries, judges and public prosecutors (815)
19 Physicians, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists and pharmacy assistants (830, 831, 673)
20 Chemists (850)
20 Mathematicians (854)
20 Writers, journalists and humanists (858)
20 Artists (870, 886)
20 Teachers (900-913)
20 Clergy (920 923)
20 Laborers (938)
20 DISCUSSION
20 General points
20 Occupations and occupational groups

20 Agriculture, fishing and forestry work (100-145)
20 Food industry (212-240)
20 Textile industry (250-273)
21 Wood working and furniture industry (304 313)
21 Paper manufacturing and graphic industry (330- 345, 624)
21 Leather processing (360)
21 Chemical workers (370)
21 Occupations of stone and earth processing (390-406)
21 Foundry workers (410)
21 Occupations of metal processing (426-456, 477)
21 Electricians (472)
21 Jewellery making and watchmaking (485- 490)
21 Building trades (500-515)
22 Painters (520, 524)
22 Entrepreneurs, directors and chief officials (640, 641)
22 Employees in trade and commerce, sales occupations (650-670, 678, 683-695)
22 Excavator and crane operators (634), professional drivers (703), gas station attendants (679)
22 Railroad occupations (700 701, 710-720)
22 Air traffic occupations (723)
22 Innkeepers, hotel managers, cooks (750-759)
22 Cleaning services (780-787)
22 Lawyers, notaries, judges and public prosecutors (815)
22 Physicians, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists and pharmacy assistants (830, 831. 673)
23 Chemists (850)
23 Clergy (920-923)
23 Laborers (938)
23 Confirmation of observations of other authors
23 Some general remarks
24 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
24 REFERENCES
26 APPENDIX 1: Approximate 95% confidence intervals for proportionale mortality ratios
26 APPENDIX 2: Part 1. The correction factor and its variability
26 APPENDIX 2: Part 2. Approximate confidence intervals for corrected standardi/cd monalitv ratios
27 APPENDIX 3: Occupations not analyzed