Occupational Health by G. FfrenchOccupational Health by G. Ffrench

Occupational Health

byG. Ffrench

Paperback | March 30, 2012

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"HOLD THOU THE GOOD: DEFINE IT WELL ... " The quotation above from Tennyson, is apt when describing the purpose and achievement of this book. The author is dedicated to his subject-personal health in industry: his research covers practical experience in the U.K. and other lands. In non-technical language the book records many of the causes of ill-health and throws light upon the physical and mental stress with which men and women at work have to contend. Dr. Ffrench's observations and conclusions should be of consider­ able value to employers of labour and of interest to all concerned in the welfare of people engaged in earning a living. HAROLD COOPER Alfred H. Cooper & Sons Ltd Vll Preface This book has been prepared so that readers may appreciate the significant change in attitudes which has taken place over the past twenty-five years towards the care of the health of people at work.
Title:Occupational HealthFormat:PaperbackDimensions:177 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.02 inPublished:March 30, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401165998

ISBN - 13:9789401165990

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction.- 2 Health at Work.- 3 People at Work.- 4 The Structure of Management.- 5 Human Behaviour in Industry or Industrial Psychology.- 6 Industrial Relations and "Work Systems".- 7 The Human Frame: Design for Working.- 8 The Natural History of Accidents.- 9 The Nature of Occupational Health Disorders.- 10 Alcoholism and Industry.- 11 Respiratory Disease in Industry.- 12 Occupational Cancer Risks.- 13 Metals and our Bodies.- 14 New Industrial Techniques and their Possible Effects.- 15 Rehabilitation.- 16 Redundancy and Retirement.- 17 Health Screening Examinations.- 18 The Role of Occupational Health Services in Economic Development.- 19 Conclusion.