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Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael Reich; Toshiteru Okubo
|Notes:||Papers based on the Fourth Takemi Symposium on International Health, held in Boston in the fall of 1990.|
|Description:||xxii, 303 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Preface Overview of Occupational Health Problems Development of an Occupational Health and Safety Program in Third World Countries by Jorma Rantanen Occupational Health Problems in the Manufacturing Industries of Malaysia by Geok Lin Khor Occupational Health in a Province of Colombia by Oscar Nieto-Zapata Effects of Occupational Exposure on Chronic Respiratory Illness in Beijing, China by Xiping Xu Analysis of Occupational Health Policies Occupational Health Information Systems in India by Ramesh Durvasula Private Doctors and Occupational Health in India by Mukund Uplekar Occupational Health Policies in Costa Rica by Corinne Morsink National Strategies for Occupational Health Policy Problems, Policies, and Strategies for Occupational Health and Safety in Sri Lanka by S.W.R. de A. Samarasinghe Strategy and Policy for Occupational Health in South Africa by Jonathan E. Myers and Ian Macun The Nicaraguan Experiment in Occupational Health by Aurora Velasquez and Robert McConnell International Strategies The Role of the ILO in Promoting Occupational Health and Safety in Developing Countries by Kazutaka Kogi NIOSH Involvement with Developing Countries by Donald E. Ward, Jr. International Research Strategies to Improve Occupational Health Conditions in the Third World by David C. Christiani Bibliography Index|
|Responsibility:||edited by Michael R. Reich & Toshiteru Okubo ; foreword by Kenzaburo Tsuchiya.|
- Industrial hygiene -- Developing countries -- Congresses.
- World health -- Congresses.
- Developing Countries.
- Global Health.
- Health Policy.
- Occupational Health.
- Occupational Health Services.
- Industrial hygiene.
- World health.
- Developing countries.
- Developing countries -- Industrial health & safety