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Occupational mortality in British Columbia, 1950-1984

Occupational mortality in British Columbia, 1950-1984

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Published by Cancer Control Agency of British Columbia, Workers Compensation Board of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C., Canada .
Written in English

    Places:
  • British Columbia
    • Subjects:
    • Occupational mortality -- British Columbia -- Statistics.,
    • Occupational diseases -- British Columbia -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 30-33 [first sequence]).

      StatementRichard P. Gallagher ... [et al.].
      ContributionsGallagher, R. P. 1944-, Cancer Control Agency of British Columbia., Workers" Compensation Board of British Columbia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1323.P82 C263 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1616541M
      ISBN 100969298722
      LC Control Number91158561
      OCLC/WorldCa24175168

      Occupational Mortality in British Columbia – Vancouver, BC, Canada: Cancer Control Agency of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada: Cancer Control Agency of British Columbia, Google Scholar. Minder CE, Beer-Porizek V. Cancer mortality of Swiss men by occupation, Scand J Work Environ Health. ; 18 (Suppl 3):1– Band PR, Le ND, Fang R, Threlfall WJ, Astrakianakis G, Anderson JT, Keefe A, Krewski D. Cohort mortality study of pulp and paper mill workers in British Columbia, Canada. Am J Epidemiol.

      Airlines, Canada, Reference population (ref pop): British Columbia males. Proportional mortality: ali deaths of male pilots from British Columbia, Canada, Reference. Restful and adequate sleep provides the foundation for optimal occupational performance, participation, and engagement in daily life, a concept that is historically consistent with the development of occupational therapy. along with cancer, early mortality, and reduced quality of life and productivity (CDC, ). Role of Occupational Therapy.

      tional mortality in British Columbia, [Mortalite par profession en Colombie-Britannique, ]. Pub. Order No. Apr 72 pp. Statistics Canada, Ottawa, Canada. ISBN X. In Eng, Fre. This monograph presents "the first province-wide compilation of occupational mortality risks produced in Canada.". Occupational mortality in British Columbia – Vancouver, BC: Cancer Control Agency of BC and the Workers' Compensation Board of BC, Milham S. Occupational mortality in Washington state – Cincinnati, OH: US Department of Health and Human Services,


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Occupational mortality in British Columbia, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Occupational mortality in British Columbia, To examine mortality risks for farm laborers proportional mortality ratios (PMRs) were calculated for 2, British Columbia farm workers who died at age 20years or.

Get this from a library. Occupational mortality in British Columbia, [R P Gallagher; Canada. Health and Welfare Canada.; Cancer Control Agency of British Columbia.; Statistics Canada.;]. Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Occupational mortality in British Columbia, Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services Canada, © Abstract The mortality profile of female nurses and teachers in British Columbia (BC) was examined using age‐standardized proportional mortality ratios (PMRs) calculated for the period – L Cited by: For over years, data on occupational mortality have been available in the Registrar General's Decennial Supplements.

This volume, a joint venture between the former Office of Population Censuses and Surveys and the Health and Safety Executive, continues this series but expands it to include occupational morbidity.

It gives the most recent baseline figures and measurements of mortality and. resource for monitoring occupational mortality on an ongoing basis. This information has the advantage of being useful for many occupations, industries, and diseases. The data draw on the from Canada described mortality by occupation in British Columbia, using data from through 1.

Gallagher, R. P., Threlfall, W. J., Band, P.:Occupational mortality in British Columbia – Cancer Control Agency of British Colimbia and the Workers' Compensation Board of BC, Vancouver Google Scholar.

The purpose of this study was to examine occupational associations with female breast and reproductive cancer mortality from to among women living in British Columbia (BC), Canada. Methods Female residents of the province of BC, Canada, who were 20 years of age or older and died between and were included in our analyses.

Vital Statistics Annual Reports. The tables and statistics provided in the annual report are standard health status indicators widely used by regional and provincial health care planners and managers. Studies of avoidable mortality by social class have defined the different social classes using a number of scales based on occupation, education, and/or income Mackenbach et al.,Marshall et al., British Columbia, like the rest of Canada, has experienced rapid metropolitan growth and high immigration rates over the last several decades.

There was a moderate gradient in suicide mortality risk relative to occupational skill level. book). (NIH Publ no 88–) Fang R, et al. Occupational mortality in British Columbia.

British Columbia, and Median Age of Population: British 6 Columbia, Males and Females Aged 65+ and Sex Ratios: 8 British Columbia, and Life Expectancy at Birth, and 10 by Sex: British Columbia, to Age-specific Mortality Rates, by Sex: British 14 Columbia, and Shared Histories: Witsuwit’en-Settler Relations in Smithers, British Columbia, Geographer Tyler McCreary’s book about Witsuwit’en-settler relations in Smithers is a valuable new addition to research and writing on histories of place in settler-colonial contexts.

Cancer in British Columbia: incidence and mortality, Author McBride, Mary Louise Corporate Author British Columbia Cancer Agency. Division of Epidemiology, Biometry and Occupational Oncology Place Vancouver, B.C. Publisher British Columbia Cancer Agency. Gallagher, RF, WJ Threlfall, PR Band, and JJ Spinelli.

Occupational Mortality in British Columbia Vancouver: Cancer Control Agency of British Columbia. Guralnick, L. Mortality by occupation and industry among men years of age: United States, Vital Statistics-Special Reports 53 (2).

Milham Jr S (). Occupational mortality in Washington state – DHHS Publication No. (NIOSH) 83– Occupational mortality in British Columbia – Cancer Control Agency of British Columbia and Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia.

by the Attorney General of British Columbia providing the Perinatal Mortality Review Committee of the British Columbia Reproductive Care Program with the designation of a Quality Review Committee under Regulation /95, paragraph (c) of 51(2) of the Evidence Act.

The objective of the Perinatal Mortality Review Committee (PMR) is to review and. The mortality profile of female nurses and teachers in British Columbia (BC) was examined using age‐standardized proportional mortality ratios (PMRs) calculated for the period – Lowered overall mortality among nurses was seen for degenerative heart disease and.

British Columbia pilots – types of aircraft flown and flight schedules. Occupational lifetime doses were mostly in the range of 10–30 mSv, with maximum values rarely exceeding 80 mSv.

Health risks. Mortality among British Columbia pilots. 1 Introduction This study is the second update of Occupational Mortality in Washington State,originally published by NIOSH in (1). The first update published in .2.

Kizer KW. California occupational mortality – State of California, California Department of Health Servicesp. 3. Gallagher RP, Threlfall WJ, Band PR, Spinelli JJ. Occupational mortality in British Columbia – The Cancer Control Agency of British Columbia and the Worker’s Compensation Board of British.To investigate mortality patterns for domestic workers, proportional mortality ratios (PMRs) were calculated for the 1, female domestic workers who died in British Columbia at age 20 years or over between and This group experienced fewer deaths than expected from cerebrovascular accidents (PMR = 84) and hypertension (PMR = 39).

The proportion of deaths from cirrhosis was .