An “occupational sickness” is an associated disease that shrunk primarily as a result of exposure to risk factors arising from work activity. “Work-related diseases” have multiple causes, wherever factors within the work surroundings could play a job, the side of different risk factors, within the development of such diseases. Occupational and work-related diseases include:
Ø Carrying our estimates of the global burden of disease from major occupational risks, such as injuries, airborne exposures, carcinogens, ergonomic stressors, noise, and other specific risks.
Ø Incorporating occupational diseases and their causes in the 11th revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems.
Ø Working with ILO to develop diagnostic and exposure criteria for occupational diseases and to enable primary and secondary healthcare providers to detect and report such diseases.
Skin health care, Dental health care, Environmental problems, and environmental impact, Biomarkers for human health, effectiveness and safety of drug use and Biosafety: surroundings, health and safety, Hairdressing, Catering, Healthcare, motorcar repair, and Construction. This session also includes Skin healthcare, Healthcare professionals, Management, system & law, Dental Healthcare, Environmental contamination and health concerns, Biomarkers for human health, Efficacy and safety of drug use, urban health vs. rural health, and Biosafety: Environment, health, and safety.
Ø Applied Psychology
Ø Environmental Physics
Ø Social Psychology