2 edition of The health of workers in dusty trades found in the catalog.
The health of workers in dusty trades
United States. Public Health Service.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||prepared by Direction of the Surgeon General.|
|Series||Public health bulletin -- no. 176, 187, 208, 269|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. :|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Health of workers in dusty trades. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, This study is the second in a series of investigations which are being carried out in America to ascertain the effects produced by-inhaling different dusts.
It was undertaken particularly to gain information concerning silica dust, which composed about 35 per cent. of the granite dust to which the men examined were exposed.
Fourteen factories in the State of Barre were visited and Cited by: A study was made of the granite industry at Vermont in U.S.A. during ; now that study has been followed up in when many, of those examirféd earlier-were re-examined.
Dust arising from granite is a mixed one it contains about one-third of free silica, to which, when inhaled, the body responds by the formation of fibrous tissue; but the response differs from Cited by: 8. The United States Public Health Service has completed a study of the health of workers in a Portland cement plant, the first of a series covering the dusty trades, according to an announcement recently made by Surgeon General H.
Cumming. Overview. The current study is a matched case-referent analysis nested within the Function, Living, Outcomes, and Work (FLOW) study of COPD, which is an ongoing prospective cohort study of adult members of an integrated health care delivery system (closed-panel managed care organization) with a physician's diagnosis of COPD and a matched referent group without by: Workers should be provided with aprons, head covers, dust masks or ventilators that keep the dust away from coming into contact with the body.
Heath education and regular health check for the employees. Workers should be educated on the health effects of dust as some may disregard the protective clothing they are provided with.
Industrial disease studied. After the turn of the century, the Federal Government quietly began investigation into industrial diseases.
Inthe U.S. Bureau of Labor began publishing graphically detailed studies of death and disease in the dusty trades, as well as other safety and health.
This study reveals that the librarians who work with dusty books are in real health danger. The range of risks varies from lung cancer and heart attack to chronic asthma, allergy problems, depression, nervous problems, skin problems etc.
They should be considered workers at high risk and be protected by law. attributed to the hard work and dedication of its past and present employees. the Occupational Safety and Health Administration – is known throughout studies of occupational fatalities and illnesses in the dusty trades, as well as other safety and health.
Lung cancer and non-malignant respiratory diseases have been the health outcomes of greatest concern. The main study cohort included white men ( Hispanic and non-Hispanic workers) who were employed for at least 12 months cumulative service in the industry and who had worked for at least one day during the follow up period, In total, construction workers were recruited for this study through a mixture of in-person interviews at construction sites (n=), in-person interviews at trade stores (n=46) and phone interviews (n=40).
The study had several key findings: – Apprentices (%) and builders (%) were most likely to perform dusty work. A booming trade area is the health-care industry. Inthe median pay for a medical sonographer was $64, and a respiratory therapist earned $58, as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
When you compare these salaries to a minimum wage job, a trade career is a solid alternative. Dusty Trades. 26 likes. 2 million workers are exposed to silica dust in the work place every day.
This site is dedicated to the prevention, health and awareness of silica hazard. Healthcare support occupations (such as home health aides, occupational therapy assistants, and medical transcriptionists) had a median annual wage of $28, in Maylower than the median annual wage for all occupations in the economy.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. And in impoverished nations like Bangladesh, where this industry generates $ million in exports each year, the health of workers and the environment are distant afterthoughts.
90. The job also earned a spot on 's Best Careers for Right Now list because of its low unemployment levels—a sure boost for workers' emotional health.
Allied health professional Best. Workers in the book industry often suffer poor conditions and low pay, but are supposed to feel grateful for the privilege of working near books.
Casting off such illusions is the first step to organizing publishers and booksellers, and fighting the exploitation that thrives in the hallowed culture industry. Working around dusts, fibers, chemicals, or fumes can put you at risk of developing an occupational disease.
Studies have shown that 4% to 10% of all cancers in the United States are caused by work exposures. And, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than thirteen million Americans are exposed to chemicals at work which can be.
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