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Occupational Health Reviews



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Occupational Health Review (OHR) examines both the illness prevention and health protection aspects of occupational health practice, focusing particularly on technical, legal, employment and ethical issues. It analyses current working practice and guides you to the best option for your sector. It leads the way in offering advice and information on medical developments, legal compliance and cost-effective occupational health provision. The definitive journal in its field, OHR: Keeps you fully up-to-date with your legal requirements OHR ensures that you always understand the implications of legislative developments for your organisation, and know if a change in working practice is required - and how to implement it. In addition, legal reports cover significant court and tribunal cases; Helps you learn from the experience of other organisations in your field OHR is renowned for its detailed case studies and surveys of named organisations, providing you with an insight into their experience of managing specific occupational health schemes; Outlines medical progress OHR keeps you abreast of all the latest medical advancements and their implementation in the workplace; Informs you of key technical developments Technical articles review and explain the "state of the art" in particular areas of occupational health practice and health hazard control; Keeps you in touch with developments within your profession Our news section keeps you up-to-date with all of the latest trends and developments - with plenty of detailed discussion and analysis of the implications. In addition, the popular OHR Bulletin pulls together: abstracts from literature, reviews of recently published books and also includes a letters section and diary page.

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