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Occupational Health Book from C.H.I.P.S.

Introduction to Occupational Health in Public Health Practice
by Bernard J. Healey

Introduction to Occupational Health in Public Health Practice uses concepts of prevention, epidemiology, toxicology, disparities, preparedness, disease management, and health promotion to explain the underlying causes of occupational illness and injury and to provide a methodology to develop cost-effective programs that prevent injury and keep workers safe.

Health care professionals will find that this essential resource provides them with the necessary skills to develop, implement, and evaluate occupational health programs and forge important links between public health and worker safety.

Contents

Part 1: Public health Preveniton Focus

  1. History and Importance of Public Health
  2. Epidemiology of Occupational Safety and Health

Part 2: Occupational Safety and Health

  1. History and Importance of Occupational Safety and Health
  2. Occupational Injuries
  3. Compliance Versus Prevention

Part 3: Public Health Issues in Occupational Safety and Health

  1. Toxicology
  2. Stress
  3. The Impaired Employee
  4. Wellness Programs
  5. Emergency Response Planning
  6. Ergonomics
  7. Communicable Diseases
  8. Vision and Hearing Issues
  9. Occupational Health Disparities

Part 4: Evaluation and Leadership Issues in Prevention

  1. Economic Impacts of Prevention
  2. Impacts of Leadership and Culture

Index

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Introduction to Occupational Health in Public Health Practice
by Bernard J. Healey
2009 352 pages $74.95 + shipping
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