Priority Setting for Health Surveys of Workers

  • W. J. Hunter
Conference paper
Part of the International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health Supplement book series (OCCUPATIONAL)


Wathever form it takes and in whatever sector of the economy it is performed, work, like any other human activity, entails a certain number of risks and dangers that may lead to an impairment of the physical and mental health of workers.


Priority Setting Occupational Medicine Health Surveillance Occupational Disease Occupational Health Service 
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  1. Mackison FW, Stricoff RS, Partridge CJ (eds) (1981) Occupational health guidelines for chemical hazards. DHHS (NIOSH) publication 81–112. US Government Printing Office, WashingtonGoogle Scholar

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