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[ARCHIVED] Post injury issues [online] - administrative and practical procedure for prevention and rehabilitation.

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Safety and health at work : international conference (Adelaide : 10 - 14 August, 1986)
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Publications previously produced by SafeWork SA and ReturnToWorkSA (previously WorkCoverSA) are made available online via this Library catalogue for research purposes only. This title may reference superseded South Australian legislation, include links to web pages that have moved or no longer exist, or may refer to other documents that are no longer available. 

Survey on the legislation and administration of Public Health, Social Security and Work Environment in Denmark is given. The procedures for diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation is mentioned, connected with the various institutions involved. The efforts of the Labour Inspection to distinguish specific and general causes of work related injuries (accident or diseases) are described. Close interdisciplinary collaboration between medical and technical staff aims at eliminating damaging factors in the work environment. An elaborated statistical system on exposures and effects from report on work injuries
is an important base for fixing an order of priority for measures to be taken. Impacts on rehabilitation and systems for compensation and support are outlined.
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