Industrial Health and Medical Programs: Statements, Tables and Charts Selected and Compiled

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Federal Security Agency, Public Health Service, Division of Industrial Hygiene, 1951 - Industrial hygiene - 397 pages
 

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Page 38 - ... chemicals and allied products; petroleum and coal products; rubber products; leather and leather products; stone, clay, and glass products; primary metal Industries; fabricated metal products; machinery (except electrical) ; electrical machinery; transportation equipment; Instruments and related products; and miscellaneous manufactures.
Page 63 - Federal Security Administrator as Coordinator of all health, medical, welfare, nutrition, recreation, and other related fields of activity affecting national defense, including those aspects of education under Federal Security Agency.
Page 50 - Eight hours shall constitute a day's work for all laborers, workmen and mechanics who may be employed by or on behalf of the Government of the United States.
Page 350 - That for the purpose of promoting and maintaining the physical and mental fitness of employees of the Federal Government, the heads of departments and agencies, including Government-owned and controlled corporations are authorized, within the limits of appropriations made available therefor, to establish by contract or otherwise, health service...
Page 307 - The concept of providing social insurance and pensions for workers In Industry has become an accepted part of modern American thinking.
Page 128 - ... State of New York, to furnish and maintain standard libraries on board vessels operated by each General Agent under Service Agreement "GAA 3-19-51
Page 285 - Chairman, and approved by the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association, June 1968. Ethics in the Consent Situation A theologian or moralist, of course, is not the one to say anything about "ethics in the consent situation.
Page 55 - Clark, Ph. D. Phosphorus poisoning in the match industry in the United States, by John B. Andrews, Ph. D. List of industrial poisons. Publications of International Association for Labor Legislation. No.
Page 350 - Federal employees to warrant the provision of such services, and shall be limited to (1) treatments of on-the-job illness and dental conditions requiring emergency attention; (2) preemployment and other examinations; (3) referral of employees to private physicians and dentists; and (4) preventive programs relating to health...
Page 57 - The functions of the new bureau as recited in the law are to investigate and report on all matters pertaining to the welfare of children and child life among all classes of our people...

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