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Changes in occupational safety and health indices after the Korean economic crisis: analysis of a national sample, 1991-2007.

Authors
Min, KB; Min, JY; Park, JB; Park, SG; Lee, KJ
Citation
American journal of public health, 100(11):2165-2167, 2010
Journal Title
American journal of public health
ISSN
0090-00361541-0048
Abstract
We examined how the deregulation of South Korea's labor laws during the country's 1997 to 1998 economic crisis affected occupational safety and health. Although the economic index improved after the reforms, the total injury rate declined slowly and the incidence of occupational disease increased. The withdrawal of support for occupational safety and health is likely to have a sustained effect on public health.
MeSH terms
Economic Recession/*statistics & numerical dataHumansOccupational Diseases/*epidemiologyOccupational Health/legislation & jurisprudence/*statistics & numerical dataRepublic of Korea/epidemiologyWorkplace/legislation & jurisprudence/statistics & numerical dataWounds and Injuries/epidemiology
DOI
10.2105/AJPH.2009.163832
PMID
20339078
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Occupational & Environmental Medicine
AJOU Authors
민, 경복박, 재범이, 경종
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