The foreword is written by national director for Health at Work, Carol Black, who describes this handbook as an authoritative resource; it is indeed. This handbook is essential for serious students of occupational health as well as those already responsible for workplace life and health at all and any levels. Those working in clinical OH practice would certainly benefit from having this book available in their clinics.
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Symbols and abbreviations. Occupational hazards 1 Physical hazards. Chemical hazards.
Biological hazards. Mechanical and ergonomics hazards.
Psychosocial hazards. Occupational diseases 6 Occupational infections 7 Respiratory and cardiovascular disorders 8 Skin disorders 9 Musculoskeletal disorders 10 Gastroint Neurological disorders.