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Occupational Health

Occupational Health

Occupational health services can play a significant role in detecting emerging health threats of all kinds. Healthcare observation and research may indicate a link between occupational exposure and patterns of disease or mortality in groups of employees.

For the control of recognized workplace dangers, a comprehensive system of environmental and biological monitoring has been created. Monitoring the concentration of harmful compounds in the environment, estimating acceptable exposure levels, recommending techniques to reduce worker exposure, and monitoring employees for indicators of overexposure are all aspects of occupational health practice. Occupational health professionals can also help to prevent health concerns by aiding in the design and planning of new equipment and factories.

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