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Occupational health /safety

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Occupational health /safety: health and safety in the workplace which reduces illness and injury at work, providing advice and information, inspecting workplaces to check on safety and health arrangements, investigating accidents at work, and making sure employers and employees comply with health and safety legislation; the promotion and maintenance of physical and mental health in the work environment; do not confuse with INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE (the medical specialty).
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