Tee L. Guidotti, "Global Occupational Health"
2011 | ISBN: 0195380002 | 624 pages | PDF | 5,7 MB
Global Occupational Health is a concise, complete introduction to a vital-but often neglected-area in the field of health sciences. Work-related illnesses and injuries are critical concerns for every country and at every stage of economic development and an important determinant of health and financial security for working adults and their families. As a comprehensive textbook designed for students, professionals in public health, and occupational health practitioners who are working across international boundaries, this book will provide the reader with solid foundational knowledge of occupational health through the lens of economic development. Perfect for use as both a stand-alone text or as supplementary reading, this book addresses worker protection and the management of occupational health from rich industrialized countries to developing societies.
Young Person's Occupational Outlook Handbook by Us Department of Labor and Inc. JIST Works
English | ISBN: 1593571259 | edition 2004 | PDF | 337 pages | 13 mb
Based on the Department of Labor's 2004â€“2005 "Occupational Outlook Handbook" (the most widely used career book ever), this popular guidebook is ideal for helping young people explore careers. It groups together related job descriptions, making it easy to study job options based on interests. The text stresses the connection between school subjects and needed job skillsâ€”important in school-to-career research.
The book is grouped into 11 sections based on the main sections of the very latest "OOH." Within each section are one-page descriptions of related jobs within the category (there are over 270 jobs in the book). Each job description includes