perceptions and experiences of occupational health risks in mining

  • 1414 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IN MINING: RISK AND ASSURANCE

    experiences and perceptions of personnel involved in obtaining with numerous hazards posing potential and serious risks to the safety, health and wellbeing of workforces and commun- recycling and disposal of mining products. Occupational Health is driven by two disciplines Occupa-

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  • Knowledge and perceptions of health and environmental

    Introduction: Artisanal gold mining is an activity ensuring the survival of about 700,000 families in Burkina Faso with a considerable contribution to the national economy. Techniques and chemicals used in the operation, have adverse impacts on health and the environment. Our study aims to evaluate the perceptions and knowledge of these different impacts among artisanal gold miners.

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  • (PDF) Perceptions of climate change and occupational heat

    A mixed method approach was used to assess climate change perceptions and occupational heat stress risks and adaptation strategies of Ghanaian mining workers. experiences across the type of

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  • Artisanal and small-scale gold mining and health

    ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING 3 plan to reduce the health impacts of mercury use in ASGM (required under Article 7) as well as in assessing contaminated sites for risks to health (Article 12). Article 17 on information exchange specifically

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  • SC MinOSH Scientific Committee on Mining Occupational

    To promote occupational safety and health in mining globally and locally. To produce scientific knowledge on mining, and its risks and challenges. To build a repository of resources for use as guide for basic health services in mining. To provide a rich forum for exchanges of ideas, research outputs and best practices in mining.

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  • Perceptions of Occupational Heat, Sun Exposure, and

    This study examined the perceptions of occupational heat and sun exposure and health risk prevention among forestry workers removing alien invasive vegetation in the Western Cape, South Africa.

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  • Perceptions of Occupational Heat, Sun Exposure, and Health

    In relation to many occupational risks for outdoor workers, solar radiation could be classified as the oldest occupational risk with multiple environmental factors playing a role in exposure risks. Exposure to and acute health e ects from excess solar UVR may a ect not only human skin and eyes [17,18], but also the immune system [17,19].

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  • 1414 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IN MINING: RISK AND

    experiences and perceptions of personnel involved in obtaining with numerous hazards posing potential and serious risks to the safety, health and wellbeing of workforces and commun- recycling and disposal of mining products. Occupational Health is driven by two disciplines Occupa-

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  • (PDF) Perceptions of climate change and occupational

    A mixed method approach was used to assess climate change perceptions and occupational heat stress risks and adaptation strategies of Ghanaian mining workers. experiences

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  • Occupational health and safety challenges reported by

    on health and safety concerns and issues pertaining to women in mining. A cross-sectional descriptive survey was conducted among 118 women working in two purposively selected South African gold and platinum mines, to explore occupational health and safety challenges reported by the women. Results showed that they faced

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  • Artisanal and small-scale gold mining and health

    ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE GOLD MINING 3 plan to reduce the health impacts of mercury use in ASGM (required under Article 7) as well as in assessing contaminated sites for risks to health (Article 12). Article 17 on information exchange specifically

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  • SC MinOSH Scientific Committee on Mining

    To promote occupational safety and health in mining globally and locally. To produce scientific knowledge on mining, and its risks and challenges. To build a repository of resources for use as guide for basic health services in mining. To provide a rich forum for exchanges of ideas, research outputs and best practices in mining.

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  • Experiences and perceptions risk of health-care workers

    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

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  • Perceptions of Occupational Heat, Sun Exposure, and Health

    In relation to many occupational risks for outdoor workers, solar radiation could be classified as the oldest occupational risk with multiple environmental factors playing a role in exposure risks. Exposure to and acute health e ects from excess solar UVR may a ect not only human skin and eyes [17,18], but also the immune system [17,19].

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  • Perceptions of Occupational Heat, Sun Exposure, and

    This study examined the perceptions of occupational heat and sun exposure and health risk prevention among forestry workers removing alien invasive vegetation in the Western Cape, South Africa.

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  • Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of occupational

    2/6/2016· 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

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  • Sweeping practices, perceptions and knowledge about

    perceptions and practices of occupational safety and health hazards such as the use of safety equipment, level of knowledge about risks, health impacts, etc. On average, each interview took 45 to 60 minutes. We established good rapport with the respondents before starting conversation and described the purpose and large

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