Fish processing work: the impact of two sex dependent exposure profiles on musculoskeletal health

Nordander, C.; Ohlsson, K.; Balogh, I.; Rylander, L.; Palsson, B.; Skerfving, S.
April 1999
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Apr1999, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p256
Academic Journal
Evaluates the impact of work tasks, physical exposure, and psychosocial factors on the risk of musculoskeletal disorders in men and women, in a define industrial setting. Comparison of several male and female fish industry workers with more varied works; Working conditions of women workers; Prevalence of complaints of the neck and shoulder among women; Sex differences in physical exposure and psychosocial work environment.


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