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This resource provides occupational health care professionals with the necessary skills to develop, implement, and evaluate occupational health programs and establish important links between public health and worker safety. The book uses concepts of prevention, epidemiology, toxicology, disparities, preparedness, disease management, and health promotion to explain the underlying causes of occupational illness and injury, and provides a methodology to develop cost-effective programs that prevent injury and protect workers.
"This book is well worth the time to read." — Sylvia Fontes, CIH
This is a Clearance publication – Original price is $90.00
|Page length:||352 pages|