Healthy Work: An Annotated Bibliography

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Scarecrow Press, 2004 - 359 lappuses
The latest in a series focused on improving health conditions, this volume addresses work environments, bringing together diverse sources of literature that support preventive approaches to work design and organization. This reference provides an overview of relevant literature to engineers, managers, accountants, occupational health and safety specialists, and industrial hygienists, so that they and other professionals can understand what has caused our workplaces to become primary sources of physical and mental illness. By focusing on diagnostic and prescriptive approaches, managers can implement designs and decisions that prevent-or greatly reduce-undesired and harmful effects. Other titles in the series include: Healthy Cities Sustainable Production Sustainable Energy

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Healthy Work Bibliography
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Author Index
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Namir Khan is a lecturer at the Centre for Technology and Social Development in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto. Nina Nakajima is a postdoctoral fellow at the Centre for Technology and Social Development, and acting Managing Editor of the Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society. Willem H. Vanderburg is the founding director of the Centre for Technology and Social Development in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto. Namir Khan and Willem Vanderburg are co-authors of several annotated bibliographies including Sustainable Production (2001), Sustainable Energy (2001), and Healthy Cities (2001), all published by Scarecrow.

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