Encyclopedia of Occupational Health and Safety

ILO Encyclopedia ScreenshotThis is a great resource that every disability management and vocational rehabilitation professional should have at their fingertips. The Encyclopedia of Occupational Health and Safety is a publication of the International Labor Organization (ILO) and contains a wealth of information presented in plain language on topics such as the body, management and policy, tools and approaches, psychosocial and organizational factors, accidents and safety management, and more.

This entirely online resource is user-friendly with topics divided into parts and chapters. Each area relates to a particular discipline within the occupational health and safety field. Additionally, the Encyclopedia is connected to a number of information resources from the ILO and third party health and safety sources, such as databases, standards and regulations, online periodicals, and institutional websites.

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