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۱Fatal and Non–Fatal Work Related Injuries Among Workers of Iranian Aluminum and Copper Industries Between 2003 and 2011
اطلاعات انتشار: Iranian Journal of health، سوم،شماره۱، Winter ۲۰۱۶، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۶
One–third of globally, injuries to the adults in the world were related to workers and work situations. The aim of the present study was determining of work–related injuries rate among workers at two main metal industries (aluminum and Cooper industries) and independent predictors of fatal work–related injuries among them. Present cross–sectional study was assessed fatal and not fatal work–related injuries among 11172 workers into two groups of Iranian metal industries between April 2003 and September 2011. Information was obtained from the electronic registry of work–related injuries to the health & environment office of Iranian Mines and mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization of the Iranian industrial ministry. Binary logistic regression was used for determining predictors of fatal work–related injuries. During the study period, 55 workers of metal companies had been dyed and mortality rate among study workers was 1.7% and 3282 work–related injuries were reported. Mortality rate in study workers had significant association with injury location (P≤0.00), worker''s age (P≤0.00) and not significant association with worker''s shift (P≥0.44), educational level (P≥0.46), injury type (P≥0.65) and work experience (P≤0.07). In linear regression model analysis only age of workers was independent mortality predictors among study workers. Based on our findings work–related injuries in mentioned industries in this study setting are high, and a comprehensive injury prevention program seems to be essential.

۲Role of Rice Farming in Development Risk of Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Rice Farmers: a Prospective Study in 2013
اطلاعات انتشار: Iranian Journal of health، سوم،شماره۱، Winter ۲۰۱۶، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۶
Farming as job, had some activities or work task such as strenuous physical tasks and high levels of manual labor in farming job, which can increase risk of MSDs among farmers. Present study with prospective design designed for assessment role of rice farming in developmental risk of MSDs among Iranian rice farmers. Present prospective study was performed on 75 rice farmers of Babol city in Iran and 75 participants without history of rice farming, during March 2013 until September 2013. At the beginning of the study, participants did not have any musculoskeletal complaints in each of their body parts. Study exposure in the present study was working in the rice farming workplace for one rice farming period which at least lasted for four months. Frequency of MSDs had been assessed by Nordic questionnaire at three follow–up points. We followed 75 rice farmers of Babol city as expose and compare them with 75 participants without history of rice farming. Within the six months follow–up, MSDs complaints in 38 (50.66%), 61 (81.33%) and 47 (63.51%) rice farmers had been reported respectively in upper limbs, spinal and lower limbs regions. In the present study, rice farming was reported as a risk factor for MSDs in the spinal region and lower limbs.

۳Quality of Life and Mental Health Status Among Iranian Blue Workers With Self–Reported Chronic Low Back at 2015
اطلاعات انتشار: Iranian Journal of health، سوم،شماره۱، Winter ۲۰۱۶، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۴
Musculoskeletal disorders such as low back pain can cause a wide spectrum of chronic complications such as quality of life and general health impairment. Mental health is a wide spectrum of concepts that which those such as anxiety, depression or even quality of life had challengeable impacts on work related characters such as worker productivity, absensism. Present study was performed for evaluation of low back pain prevalence and its association with general health and quality of life status among blue workers of Fars ABFA Company. In the present study we focused on low back pain among 451 blue workers and assessed their mental health status and quality of life status with general health questionnaire (GHQ–28) and short form questionnaire (SF–36) respectively. In comparison one–year prevalence of low back pain was 44.2%. Mean of SF36 (63.90 ± 17.39 vs. 79.42 ± 15.01; P≤0.001) and General health subdomains (58.29 ± 19.63vs. 69.84 ± 18.63; P≤0.001) for workers with low back pain were significantly lower than other workers. Findings of our study showed that low back pain had impact on mental health status and quality of life among workers and these changes must consider in the designing preventive program more than control of pain.
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