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No.1,January 2006
3

Sectoral Network on Occupational Health and Safety in Agriculture to Support Enterprises and Family Farms in Estonia [PDF]

6

A Review of the Literature on Preventive Occupational Health and Safety Activities in Small Enterprises [PDF]

13

Activities and Ways of Organizing Better Occupational Health and Safety in Small Workplaces: Special Focus on Information [PDF]

17

Approaches to Occupational Health Based on Participatory Methodology in Small Workplaces [PDF]

22

Total Approach is a Must for Small and Medium Enterprises to Attain Sustainable Working Conditions and Environment, with Special Reference to Bali, Indonesia [PDF]

27

Exposure Assessment in SMEs: A Low-Cost Approach to Bring OHS Services to Small-Scale Enterprises [PDF]

31

Advances in Participatory Occupational Health Aimed at Good Practices in Small Enterprises and the Informal Sector [PDF]

35

Development of Multi-Dimensional Action Checklist for Promoting New Approaches in Participatory Occupational Safety and Health in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises [PDF]

42

Networking Grassroots Efforts to Improve Safety and Health in Informal Economy Workplaces in Asia [PDF]

48

Control of Hazardous Substances at Small Workplaces [PDF]

53

A Case Study on Evaluations of Improvements Implemented by WISE Projects in the Philippines [PDF]

58

The Characterization of Airborne Occupational Safety and Health Hazards in Selected Small Businesses; Manufacturing Wood Pallets [PDF]

64

Health Effects of Occupational Exposure to Fluorine and Its Compounds in a Small-Scale Enterprise [PDF]

69

Retrospective Cohort Study of Cancer Mortality at the Minsk Leather Tannery [PDF]

75

Selecting High-Risk Micro-Scale Enterprises using a Qualitative Risk Assessment Method [PDF]

83

Development of Interactive Workplace Improvement Programs in Collaboration with Trade Associations of Small-Scale Industries [PDF]

87

Achievement of the POSITIVE (Participation-Oriented Safety Improvement by Trade Union InitiatiVE) Activities in the Philippines [PDF]

93

Neurobehavioral Effects and Hormones Profile among Spray Painters [PDF]

98

Chainat: A Case Study in Occupational Health and Safety Promotion for Farmers [PDF]

101

Strengthening the Self-Care of Women Working in the Informal Sector: Local Fabric Weaving in Khon Kaen, Thailand (Phase I) [PDF]

108

Promotion of a Healthy Work Life at Small Enterprises in Thailand by Participatory Methods [PDF]

112

Evaluation of Occupational Environment in Two Textile Plants in Northern India with Specific Reference to Noise [PDF]

117

Evaluation of Occupational Health Management in Small-Scale Enterprises using a Checklist for Organic Solvents [PDF]

123

Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Low Back Pain among Staffs in Schools for Physically and Mentally Handicapped Children [PDF]

128

Participatory Ergonomic Improvement in Nursing Home [PDF]

135

Occupational Low Back Pain among Workers in Some Small-Sized Factories in Ardabil, Iran [PDF]

140

The Challenges of Occupational Health Service Centers in Japan [PDF]

150

Nationwide Survey of Occupational Health Activities in Small-Scale Enterprises in Japan [PDF]

155

The Tendency of Diseases among Seamen during the Last Fifteen Years in Japan [PDF]

161

Characteristics of Lifestyle and Health Status of Workers in Small-Scale Enterprises in Japan [PDF]

166

Injury Rate as an Indicator of Business Success [PDF]

169

Research Priorities in Occupational Safety and Health: A Review [PDF]

179

Urinary 8-Hydoxydeoxyguanosine (8-OHdG) and Plasma Malondialdehyde (MDA) Levels in Aldh2 Knock-Out Mice under Acetaldehyde Exposure [PDF]

184

Physical Activity and Selected Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Middle-Aged Male Personnel of Self-Defense Forces [PDF]

190

Respirable Dust Exposure and Respiratory Health in Male Taiwanese Steelworkers [PDF]

200

Maximum Acceptable Weight of Manual Load Carriage for Young Taiwanese Males [PDF]

207

Green Chemistry in Urinalysis for Trichloroethanol and Trichloroacetic Acid as Markers of Exposure to Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Solvents [PDF]


No.2,April 2006
215

Editorial Message [PDF]

218

Prevalence of Respiratory Symptoms among Workers in Industries of South Tehran, Iran [PDF]

225

Indoor Glutaraldehyde Levels in the Endoscope Disinfecting Room and Subjective Symptoms among Workers [PDF]

230

Carcinogenicity and Chronic Toxicity of 1,4-Dichloro- 2-nitrobenzene in Rats and Mice by Two Years Feeding [PDF]

244

Overtime Work, Cigarette Consumption, and Addiction to Cigarette among Workers Subject to Mild Smoking Restrictions [PDF]

250

Physical Work Load Affects the Maximum Oxygen Uptake [PDF]

258

Associations between Lifestyle and Mental Health in a Group of Japanese Overseas Workers and Their Spouses Resident in Düsseldorf, Germany [PDF]

267

Relation of Average and Highest Solvent Vapor Concentrations in Workplaces in Small to Medium Enterprises and Large Enterprises [PDF]

274

Involvement of Thyroxine in Ovarian Toxicity of Di-(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate [PDF]

280

Tentative Criteria for Assessing Workers Exposure to Toluene by Urinary Toluene Screening [PDF]

283

Field Study to Explore Possible Effects of Styrene on Auditory Function in Exposed Workers [PDF]

287

Field Evaluation of Mercury Vapor Analytical Methods: Comparison of the “Double Amalgam Method” and ISO 17733 [PDF]

291

Assessment of Subjective Stress in Video Display Terminal Workers [PDF]

296

Significant Improvement from Chronic Beryllium Disease Following Corticosteroid Pulse Therapy [PDF]

302

Air Conditioning Systems as Non-Infectious Health Hazards Inducing Acute Respiratory Symptoms [PDF]

304

Relationship of Blood Lead Levels to Blood Pressure in Exhaust Battery Storage Workers [PDF]

310

Exposure to Organic Solvents among Handicraft Car Painters: A Pilot Study in Italy [PDF]

318

Cross-Sectional Analysis of Blood Lead Level of Entire Korean Lead Workers [PDF]


No.3,July 2006
331 Challenges to Temperature Regulation When Working in Hot Environments [PDF]
345 Heat Illness during Working and Preventive Considerations from Body Fluid Homeostasis [PDF]
359 Central Mechanisms for Thermoregulation in a Hot Environment [PDF]
368 Heat Stress Standard ISO 7243 and its Global Application [PDF]
380 Occupational Heat Stress Assessment by the Predicted Heat Strain Model [PDF]
388 Thermal Comfort and the Heat Stress Indices [PDF]
399 Evaluation of the Environmental Stress Index (ESI) for Hot/Dry and Hot/Wet Climates [PDF]
404 Protective Clothing in Hot Environments [PDF]
414 The Management of Heat Stress for the Firefighter: A Review of Work Conducted on Behalf of the Toronto Fire Service [PDF]
427 Heat Strain in Cold [PDF]
433 Heat Stress of Helicopter Aircrew Wearing Immersion Suit [PDF]
441 Development of a Two-Layer Movable Sweating Thermal Manikin [PDF]
445 Heat Disorder in Yamanashi Prefecture during the Summer from 1995 to 2004 [PDF]
458 Relationship between Work-Related Accidents and Hot Weather Conditions in Tuscany (Central Italy) [PDF]
465 Physiological Strain of Miners at Hot Working Places in German Coal Mines [PDF]
474 Hot Environment and Health Problems of Outdoor Workers at a Construction Site [PDF]
481 Tooth Abrasion in Workers Exposed to Noise in the Montenegrin Textile Industry [PDF]
486 Associations of Health Behaviors on Depressive Symptoms among Employed Men in Japan [PDF]
493 Effects of a New Industrial Lifting Belt on Back Muscular Activity, Hand Force, and Body Stability during Symmetric Lifting [PDF]
503 Time Dependent Factors Affecting the Duration of Work Disability after Compensated Low-back Pain in South Korea [PDF]
510 Effects of Perinatal Exposure to Bisphenol A on Brain Neurotransmitters in Female Rat Offspring [PDF]

No.4,October 2006
529 The First NIIH - NIOSH Symposium on Long Working Hours:Summary [PDF]
531 Possible Broad Impacts of Long Work Hours [PDF]
537 Health Problems due to Long Working Hours in Japan: Working Hours, Workers' Compensation (Karoshi), andPreventive Measures [PDF]
541 Study on a Model for Future Occupational Health:Proposals for an Occupational Health Service Model in Japan [PDF]
556 Lung Disorders of Workers Exposed to Rush Smear Dust in China [PDF]
564 Sleepiness and Head Movements [PDF]
577 Cold-Provocation Testing for the Vascular Component of Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome in Health Surveillance [PDF]
584 A Study on Compliance to Hearing Conservation Programme among Industries in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia [PDF]
592 Decreases in CD8+ T, Naive (CD4+CD45RA+) T,and B (CD19+) Lymphocytes by Exposure to Manganese Fume [PDF]
598 Mental Ability and Psychological Work Performance in Chinese Workers [PDF]
604 A Field Evaluation Method for Assessing Whole Body Biomechanical Joint Stress in Manual Lifting Tasks [PDF]
613 Mental Health Status of Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator Workers Compared with Local Government Office Workers [PDF]
619 Relationship between Blood Lead Level and Work Related Factors Using the NIIH Questionnaire System [PDF]
629 Occupational Asthma after Withdrawal from the Occupational Allergen Exposure [PDF]
639 Dissolution of Functional Materials and Rare Earth Oxides into Pseudo Alveolar Fluid [PDF]
645 Perceptions of Work and Family Assistance and the Prevalence of Lower Back Problems in a South African Manganese Factory [PDF]
652 Effects of in Utero and Lactational Exposure to Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate on Somatic and Physical Development in Rat Offspring [PDF]
661 Multimedia for Occupational Safety and Health Training: A Pilot Study Examining a Multimedia Learning Theory [PDF]
665 Inhibitory Effect of Ethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether on Rat Sperm Motion [PDF]
669 Arm Pain and Daytime Sleepiness among Nursing Home Employees [PDF]
674 Analysis of Human Proteins that Have an Affinity to Heavy Metals by Metal-Chelating Column Chromatography [PDF]

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