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Collaboration between developing and developed countries and between developing countries in occupational heath research and surveillance.

Authors
Partanen-TJ; Hogstedt-C; Ahasan-R; Aragon-A; Arroyave-ME; Jeyaratnam-J; Kurppa-K; Loewenson-R; Lundberg-I; Ngowi-AVF; Mbakaya-CFL; Stayner-L; Steenland-K; Weiderpass-E; Wesseling-C
Source
Scand J Work, Environ & Health 1999 Jun; 25(3):296-300
NIOSHTIC No.
20025179
Abstract
Collaborative occupational health and safety studies between counterparts in developing and developed countries and between developing countries have demonstrated their potential for improving occupational health and safety. Such collaboration in occupational health and safety is encouraged in the development of infrastructure in research empowerment and capacity building. This action includes the setting of priorities, the identification and documentation of problems, sponsorship, data bases and surveillance systems, technical support, methodology, publishing, research and training programs, controlled intervention, information exchange, and networking. Examples of priorities in occupational health and safety in the developing world include the informal sector (informally hired and independent workers), temporary work, pesticides, accidents, dusts, carcinogens, solvents, ergonomics, women and child labor, human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiencey syndrome (HIV/AIDS), and transfer of hazardous materials and technologies. The sustainability of occupational health and safety structures and functions in the developing countries is a primary concern. Socioethical principles emphasize local, national, mutual and global gains. Examples of collaboration are given. Pervasive problems and strategies toward their solution are highlighted.
Keywords
Occupational-health; Occupational-safety-programs; Occupational-health-services; Training; Data-processing; Sociology; Sociological-factors; Accident-prevention; Accident-potential; Accident-analysis
Contact
Dr Timo J Partanen, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Topeliuksenkatu 41 A, FIN-00250 Helsinki, Finland
CODEN
SWEHDO
Publication Date
19990601
Document Type
Journal Article
Email Address
timo.partanen@occuphealth.fi
Fiscal Year
1999
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS Price
Issue of Publication
3
ISSN
0355-3140
NIOSH Division
EID; DSHEFS
Source Name
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health
State
OH
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