Occupational Health

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Springer Netherlands, Mar 30, 2012 - Medical - 177 pages
"HOLD THOU THE GOOD: DEFINE IT WELL ... " The quotation above from Tennyson, is apt when describing the purpose and achievement of this book. The author is dedicated to his subject-personal health in industry: his research covers practical experience in the U.K. and other lands. In non-technical language the book records many of the causes of ill-health and throws light upon the physical and mental stress with which men and women at work have to contend. Dr. Ffrench's observations and conclusions should be of consider able value to employers of labour and of interest to all concerned in the welfare of people engaged in earning a living. HAROLD COOPER Alfred H. Cooper & Sons Ltd Vll Preface This book has been prepared so that readers may appreciate the significant change in attitudes which has taken place over the past twenty-five years towards the care of the health of people at work.

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