perceptions and experiences of occupational health risks in mining

perceptions and experiences of occupational health risks in mining

PERCEPTION OF HEALTH AND SAFETY IN SURFACE

2019-7-31 · Health and safety is an important topic as there are risks involved with noise, dust, vibration, chemicals, heat, ergonomics and physical injury within the mining sector (Donoghue, 2004). Problems also arise as Canada’s mining workers are much older and retiring in large

Perceptions and experiences of outdoor occupational ...

2019-12-6 · Outdoor occupational workers in the southeastern USA are particularly at risk for adverse health outcomes related to exposure to extreme heat and are linked to large numbers of heat-related illnesses as well as increases in work injuries due to fatigue and declines in safety and worker vigilance (Kumar et al. 2016). Presently, the technology ...

(PDF) Occupational Health and Safety Management and ...

2015-8-1 · Occupational health and safety manage-. ment is one of the most important aspects of human concern. It aims. at an adaptation of the working environment to

“A fresh perspective on an integrated occupational

2019-5-9 · • The Mine Health and Safety Act No. 29 of 1996 ... The employee has positive perceptions and experiences, which result in improved commitment, productivity and morale, thus ... • To implement an occupational health programme to reduce occupational health risks .

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND RISK ANALYSIS IN

2011-5-16 · i National Institute of Technology, Rourkela C E R T I F I C A T E This is to certify that the thesis entitled “Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis in Mining Industry” submitted by Sri Amol Paithankar (Roll No. 107MN026) in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Bachelor of Technology degree in Mining

Work-Related Perceptions, Injuries, and Musculoskeletal ...

Although different cultural backgrounds may affect immigrant nurses' perceptions of work and occupational health risks, little research has been conducted. Defining immigrant nurses as those who received initial nursing education in foreign countries, this study examined the differences in work-related perceptions and experiences of ...

Relationship between risk perception and occupational ...

2019-11-28 · Risk perception is an effective factor in the determining of the incidence of unsafe behaviors and the occurrence of occupational accidents in the workplace. The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between risk perception and occupational accidents among foundry workers in Tehran, Iran. In this cross-sectional study, all male workers in a foundry unit were initially selected ...

Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of occupational ...

2016-2-6 · Knowledge of respondents on occupational hazards in health care facilities. Table 2 showed the knowledge of respondents on occupational hazards and safety. Eighty-nine percent (258) of respondents had knowledge on the possible hazards in the HCFs while 70 % (202) respondents had knowledge that recapping used needles after use negates the recommendation in the standard

Perceptions of workplace heat exposure and adaption ...

2021-11-25 · Workplace heat exposure can cause a series of heat-related illnesses and injuries. Protecting workers especially those undertake work outdoors from the risk of heat strain is a great challenge for many workplaces in China under the context of climate change. The aim of this study is to investigate the perceptions and adaptation behaviors of heat exposure among construction workers

Automated image analysis of instagram posts: Implications ...

2020-5-4 · Introduction. People’s perceptions about health risks are impacted in part by who they see portrayed as at risk, including media portrayals [].Specifically, theories in communication and social psychology posit that the perception of prevalence (commonly called the descriptive norm) governs how individuals assess their own risk and adopt prophylactic behaviors [2,3][4,5].

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2021-10-5 · In the early stages of the 2019 coronavirus pandemic in Spain, the Spanish health system was overwhelmed, mainly due to a lack of personnel, and many hospital centers collapsed by following avalanche of patients with COVID-19; this meant that the National System of Health called for fourth-year nursing students to come to the hospital as health care personnel.

(PDF) Perceptions of climate change and occupational heat ...

Mining workers' perception of climate change and occupational heat stress had a negative effect on occupational health (Nunfam et al., 2019) in rural Ghana. In that study, the observed effects ...

PERCEPTION OF HEALTH AND SAFETY IN SURFACE

2019-7-31 · Health and safety is an important topic as there are risks involved with noise, dust, vibration, chemicals, heat, ergonomics and physical injury within the mining sector (Donoghue, 2004). Problems also arise as Canada’s mining workers are much older and retiring in large

Perceptions and experiences of outdoor occupational ...

2019-12-6 · Outdoor occupational workers in the southeastern USA are particularly at risk for adverse health outcomes related to exposure to extreme heat and are linked to large numbers of heat-related illnesses as well as increases in work injuries due to fatigue and declines in safety and worker vigilance (Kumar et al. 2016). Presently, the technology ...

Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of occupational ...

2016-2-6 · Background. Health care facilities (HCFs) are institutions that provide health care services, including counseling, clinical, surgical, and/or psychiatric consultations and treatment services for the healthy, sick and the injured [].Globally, HCFs employ over 59 million workers and offer variety of services to clients and patients, and are classified as hazardous and high risk work place [2, 3].

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND RISK ANALYSIS IN

2011-5-16 · i National Institute of Technology, Rourkela C E R T I F I C A T E This is to certify that the thesis entitled “Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis in Mining Industry” submitted by Sri Amol Paithankar (Roll No. 107MN026) in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Bachelor of Technology degree in Mining

(PDF) Occupational Health and Safety Management and ...

2015-8-1 · Occupational health and safety manage-. ment is one of the most important aspects of human concern. It aims. at an adaptation of the working environment to workers for the. promotion and ...

“A fresh perspective on an integrated occupational

2019-5-9 · • The Mine Health and Safety Act No. 29 of 1996 ... The employee has positive perceptions and experiences, which result in improved commitment, productivity and morale, thus ... • To implement an occupational health programme to reduce occupational health risks .

Perceptions of workplace heat exposure and adaption ...

2021-11-25 · Workplace heat exposure can cause a series of heat-related illnesses and injuries. Protecting workers especially those undertake work outdoors from the risk of heat strain is a great challenge for many workplaces in China under the context of climate change. The aim of this study is to investigate the perceptions and adaptation behaviors of heat exposure among construction workers

Danger zone: Men, masculinity and occupational health

2015-12-1 · The workplace is a key setting where gender issues and organizational structures may influence occupational health and safety practices. The enactment of dominant norms of masculinity in high risk occupations can be particularly problematic, as it

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2021-10-5 · In the early stages of the 2019 coronavirus pandemic in Spain, the Spanish health system was overwhelmed, mainly due to a lack of personnel, and many hospital centers collapsed by following avalanche of patients with COVID-19; this meant that the National System of Health called for fourth-year nursing students to come to the hospital as health care personnel.

Perceptions and experiences of outdoor occupational ...

2019-12-6 · Outdoor occupational workers in the southeastern USA are particularly at risk for adverse health outcomes related to exposure to extreme heat and are linked to large numbers of heat-related illnesses as well as increases in work injuries due to fatigue and declines in safety and worker vigilance (Kumar et al. 2016). Presently, the technology ...

PERCEPTION OF HEALTH AND SAFETY IN SURFACE

2019-7-31 · Health and safety is an important topic as there are risks involved with noise, dust, vibration, chemicals, heat, ergonomics and physical injury within the mining sector (Donoghue, 2004). Problems also arise as Canada’s mining workers are much older and retiring in large

Karaelmas Journal of Occupational Health and Safety ...

2017-12-29 · Occupational health and safety perceptions of employees operating in hazardous and risky industries are among the most powerful elements affecting the sustainability of organizations within the context of safety performance. The aim of this study is to reveal the effects of the risk perception that result from accidents and injuries and ...

Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of occupational ...

2016-2-6 · Background. Health care facilities (HCFs) are institutions that provide health care services, including counseling, clinical, surgical, and/or psychiatric consultations and treatment services for the healthy, sick and the injured [].Globally, HCFs employ over 59 million workers and offer variety of services to clients and patients, and are classified as hazardous and high risk work place [2, 3].

“A fresh perspective on an integrated occupational

2019-5-9 · • The Mine Health and Safety Act No. 29 of 1996 ... The employee has positive perceptions and experiences, which result in improved commitment, productivity and morale, thus ... • To implement an occupational health programme to reduce occupational health risks .

Experiences and perceptions risk of health-care workers ...

2020-5-15 · This review involves experiences and perceptions risk of health-care workers in relation to the topic. In order to answer the question of this review, mixed methods studies, where qualitative and quantitative methods are used together, but not limited to, ethnography, case studies, action research and grounded theory, and phenomenology cannot ...

RISK PERCEPTION, RISK ATTITUDE, RISK

2016-2-29 · Risk perceptions are interpretations of the world, based on experiences and/or beliefs. They are embedded in the norms, value systems and cultural idiosyncrasies of societies (Finucane & Holup 2006, French et al. 2006, Rohrmann 1994, Rohrmann 2003, Slovic 2000). Every human is occupied with risk perception most of the time, whether driving a ...

Women's perceptions and experiences of the challenges in ...

2017-5-25 · Women's perceptions and experiences of the challenges in the process of male infertility treatment: A qualitative study. Ali Taghipour Ph.D., Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Health Sciences Research Centre, Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, School of Health, Mashhad University of Medical Science, Mashhad, Iran.

Automated image analysis of instagram posts: Implications ...

2020-5-4 · Introduction. People’s perceptions about health risks are impacted in part by who they see portrayed as at risk, including media portrayals [].Specifically, theories in communication and social psychology posit that the perception of prevalence (commonly called the descriptive norm) governs how individuals assess their own risk and adopt prophylactic behaviors [2,3][4,5].