Compensation for and Prevention of Occupational Disease
American Journal of Public Health. 1984 Mar; 74(3): 292-295.
In a policy statement adopted by its Governing Council on 16 November 1983, the American Public Health Association (APHA) proposes measures for the implementation of a public health approach to compensation for, and prevention of, occupational diseases. The statement also outlines specific actions the APHA plans to take in marshalling professional, political, and public support for regulatory action to reform national policy in this area. (KIE abstract)
Autonomy; Compensation; Disclosure; Disease; Employment; Federal Government; Government; Government Regulation; Health; Health Hazards; Industry; Justice; Legal Liability; Liability; Medicine; Occupational Exposure; Occupational Health; Occupational Medicine; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Political Activity; Preventive Medicine; Professional Organizations; Public Health; Regulation; State Government;
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