Occupational Safety and Health  Services

Occupational safety and health service is the field where it is at a time concerned with safety, health, welfare of people at work place. It is desirable that some sort of occupational health services be established in every country.  The coverage of workers by occupational health services varies widely, ranging from 5-10 per cent at best in the developing world up to 90 per cent in industrialized countries. 

There is therefore a need to increase worker coverage throughout the world. Ideally, each country should progressively develop occupational safety and health services for all workers, including those in the public sector and members of production cooperatives, in all branches of economic activity and in all enterprises. The occupational health services provided should be adequate and appropriate to the specific health risks of the enterprises.

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Occupational Asthma
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Women Healthcare
  • Occupational HIV Infection

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