In "World Health Day"
โดย: Taylor, John
สำนักพิมพ์: World Health Organization (WHO), 1969
สาระสังเขป: Reviews hazards facing factory workers: sharp instruments, explosives, carbon monoxide, chemical poisons, and radio-activity. Considers working days lost by accidents and illness, relating them to nation's economic losses. Discusses measures which reduce the ill effects of noise. Deals with problems of temperature and humidity on economic production in developing countries. Cites instance where accident rates have been reduced by cooling plants. Considers the methods of substitution, mechanization, and enclosure to combat hazards in industry. Notes ways in which the worker can effect good housekeeping practices to reduce accidents.