occupational risk


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occupational risk,

n a hazard found or likely to occur in the workplace. The number and types of hazards a health care worker may encounter in the routine conduct of health care delivery.
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In the following are presented the proposed objectives and scenario for a future research regarding the occupational risk evaluation in the context of the financial opportunities given by the PN II program in Romania, and the specific Ideas Exploratory Projects format.
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The empirical evidence that industry risk rates are significant determinants of wages while occupational risk rates are not, suggests that their assumption may not be correct
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Tularemia on Martha's Vineyard: seroprevalence and occupational risk.

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