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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 OCCUPATIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OCCUPATIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY Occupational epidemiology,studies of the effects of workplace exposures on the frequency anddistribution of diseases and injuries in the population Development of Occupational Epidemiology Development of Occupational Epidemiology Selikoff in 1960s established a link between the inhalation of asbestos particles and lung-related ailments In 1900s,Increased ofBlack lung,/pneumoconiosis,caused by inhaling coal dust over a prolonged period. Workers Risks Assessment and Prevention Workplace Imporvements Workplace Imporvements Plan and direct studies to investigate occupational risk,disease, preventive methods,and treatments . Conduct research to develop methodologies, instrumentation and procedures for application,analyzing data and presenting findings. Challenges Challenges Provides datafor directingpublic health action Workers Assessment References Public HealthConcerns
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