User:Saltrabook/Systematic knowledge on work related diseases, exposures and prevention

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Our matrix is with five dimensions: diseases, exposures, industry/job and country The idea is that passive reading is a little attractive way to learn. Much better that we are active from start working to identify areas where we can solve problems and contribute with new knowledge to the book. We can start in the agriculture with lung disease and dust. By doing literature search and review, comes ideas on new studies, that can be done with interviews or/and by using standardised questionnaires, answered on the smartphone. See for example the review study on maritime occupational diseases in Latin America with only 55 relevant studies at all

Health risks and prevention in the industries - supplement to the ILO Encyclopedia[edit | edit source]

These chapters are waiting for further development from the professionals and the students

  • A. Agriculture, forestry and fishing
  • B. Mining and quarrying
  • C. Manufacturing
  • D. Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply
  • E. Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities
  • F. Construction
  • Los trabajadores de la construcción
  • G. Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles
  • H. Transportation and storage
  • I. Accommodation and food service activities
  • J. Information and communication
  • Los canillitas
  • K. Financial and insurance activities
  • L. Real estate activities
  • M. Professional, scientific and technical activities
  • N. Administrative and support service activities
  • O. Public administration and defence; compulsory social security
  • P. Education
  • Q. Human health and social work activities
  • R. Arts, entertainment and recreation
  • S. Other service activities
  • T. Activities of households as employers; undifferentiated goods- and services-producing activities of households for own use
  • U. Activities of extraterritorial organizations and bodies
  • X. No-classification
  • E-nomads Workers without any fixed office that use all the available technological resources, always staying available are the 21st century electronic working nomads.