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Author: Lisa Shames
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: safety, import, responding, illness, ensuring, foodborne, offer, selected, countries, systems, food, insights
Number of Pages: 101
Published: 2009-01
ISBN-10: 1437907970
ISBN-13: 9781437907971

Like other nations, the U.S. faces growing food safety challenges resulting from 3 major trends: (1) imported food makes up a growing share of the food supply; (2) consumers are increasingly eating foods that are raw or have had minimal processing and that are often associated with foodborne illness; (3) more of the U.S. population is, and increasingly will be, susceptible to foodborne illness. This report describes how Canada, the EU, Germany, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, and the U.K.: ensure the safety of imported food; respond to outbreaks of foodborne illness; and measure the effective
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Author: Revae E. Moran
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: accuracy, improve, worker, injury, data, illness, could, process, health, safety, enhancing, oshas, audit, records, workplace
Number of Pages: 75
Published: 2010-03
ISBN-10: 1437925642
ISBN-13: 9781437925647

The Occupational Safety and Health Admin. (OSHA) is responsible for protecting the safety and health of the nation's workers. OSHA collects and compiles work-related injury and illness data. This report determined: (1) whether OSHA verifies that employers are accurately recording workers' injuries and illnesses and, if so, the adequacy of these efforts; and (2) what factors may affect the accuracy of employers' injury and illness records. The report analyzed OSHA's audits of employers' injury and illness records, interviewed inspectors who conducted the audits, surveyed occupational safety and
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Author: Barry Leonard
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: injury, data, april, july, illness, command, horizon, response, unified, area, deepwater
Number of Pages: 17
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437939023
ISBN-13: 9781437939026

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Provides an overview of illness and injuries recorded by Unified Area Command (UAC) safety officials that occurred to workers involved in the response to the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico. This report of illness and injuries was produced to promote public health through enhanced awareness of the risks associated with response work in the Gulf. The objective is to provide actionable information to those in a position to reduce the risk of future injuries and illnesses among cleanup workers, such as UAC,
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Author: Sasha Abramsky
Publisher: Human Rights Watch
Keywords: illness, mental, offenders, prisons, equipped
Number of Pages: 223
Published: 2003-01
ISBN-10: 1564322904
ISBN-13: 9781564322906

Mentally ill offenders face mistreatment and neglect in many U.S. prisons. One in six U.S. prisoners is mentally ill. Many of them suffer from serious illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depression. There are three times as many men and women with mental illness in U.S. prisons as in mental health hospitals. The rate of mental illness in the prison population is three times higher than in the general population. This 215-page report examines how prisons are dangerous and damaging places for mentally ill people. Other prisoners victimize and exploit them. Prison staff o
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Author: Michel Foucault
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: psychology, illness, mental
Number of Pages: 136
Published: 1987-10-14
ISBN-10: 0520059190
ISBN-13: 9780520059191

Written in 1954 and revised in 1962, "Mental Illness and Psychology" delineates the shift that occurred in Foucault's thought during this period. Part I reflects Foucault's early interest in Freud and the psychoanalytic tradition. Respectful of Freud, Foucault is still contending with Freud's influence. Part II, rewritten in 1962, marks a dramatic change in Foucault's thinking. Examining the history of madness as a social and cultural construct, he has moved outside of the psychoanalytic tradition into the racial critique of Freud that was to dominate his later work.
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Author: Aamir M. Fazil
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: seafood, products, focus, modelling, risk, assessment, primer
Number of Pages: 68
Published: 2005
ISBN-10: 9251054177
ISBN-13: 9789251054178

This paper is written as an introduction to the concepts of microbial risk assessment in general, but with a seafood focus and greater emphasis on the quantitative approach. The risk of food-borne disease is a combination of the likelihood of exposure to the pathogen, the likelihood of infection or intoxication resulting in illness and the severity of the illness. In a system as complex as the production and consumption of food, many factors affect both the likelihood and severity. To manage food safety effectively, a systematic means of examining these factors is necessary.
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Author: Alexander S. Preker
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: strength, numbers, insurance, health, marketplace, private, global
Number of Pages: 532
Published: 2010
ISBN-10: 0821375075
ISBN-13: 9780821375075

Financial protection against the cost of illness and inclusion of vulnerable groups will require better mobilization and use of private means. Private voluntary health insurance already plays an important role in mobilizing additional resources to the health sector and protecting against the catastrophic cost of illness in some countries. This review explores the context under which private voluntary health insurance could contribute to an improvement in the sustainability of the health sector and financial protection in other countries.
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