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Occupational health and covid 19

The protection of healthcare workers is one of the priority in the response against Covid-19.

More generally, ensuring health and safety at workplace for all workers could play an important role for limiting the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 and to curb the increasing levels of the Covid-19 infections across the countries.

That is, ensuring high levels of occupational health could have a subsequent positive impact on public health as well.

Occupational environment could be the ideal setting to do prevention against a big deal like the high rates of Covid-19 transmissibility, through information and training of workers and employers, as well as contact tracing activities and other monitoring strategies.

Sharing data and experiences among occupational physicians could also be a useful mean of reaching higher levels of knowledge and improving occupational phsycisians' attitude and risk perception to take the necessary actions to address this hot issue.

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 |  12 November 2020 06:48  |  1 reply  |  View topic in separate thread
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Created by: Francesco Chirico
Created on: 21 August 2020

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The protection of healthcare workers is one of the priority in the response against Covid-19.

More generally, ensuring health and safety at workplace for all workers could play an important role for limiting the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 and to curb the increasing levels of the Covid-19 infections across the countries.

That is, ensuring high levels of occupational health could have a subsequent positive impact on public health as well.

Occupational environment could be the ideal setting to do prevention against a big deal like the high rates of Covid-19 transmissibility, through information and training of workers and employers, as well as contact tracing activities and other monitoring strategies.

Sharing data and experiences among occupational physicians could also be a useful mean of reaching higher levels of knowledge and improving occupational phsycisians' attitude and risk perception to take the necessary actions to address this hot issue.

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