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Characteristics of Cardiac Arrest Occurring in the Workplace: A Post Hoc Analysis of the Paris Area Fire Brigade Registry
Objectives: The aim of this study was to describe the characteristics of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) in different workplaces, their management, and the survival rate. Methods: A post hoc analysis included all the OHCA cases that occurred at the workplace and were listed in the Fire Brigade of Paris database registry (2010 to 2014). Utstein-style variables, survival, and types of workplace were analyzed. Results: The study included 298 OHCA cases, mostly young (44% between 18 and 50 years), male (86%), and nontraumatic (86%). Differences in the survival chain were found to be related to...
Description de la mortalité des agents et ex-agents de l'administration pénitentiaire entre 1990 et 2008 en France
Le fait de travailler en prison représente, pour la majorité des agents de l'administration pénitentiaire (AP), un environnement de travail particulier, avec des nuisances professionnelles spécifiques (stress, sentiment d'insécurité, etc.). Dans cette étude de cohorte, l'Institut de veille sanitaire a analysé les causes de décès des personnes ayant été agent pénitentiaire entre 1990 et 2008, soit plus de 40 000 personnes. Leur mortalité – toutes causes et par cause – a été...
National survey of the burden of sickness absence in the waste and recycling industry
The aim of the project was to provide HSE and the industry with reliable estimates of rates of sickness absence for specific categories of ill health and for key work tasks undertaken by workers. 32 different organisations provided data on the spells of sickness absence taken by their workforce, 28 local authorities and four private sector organisations, collectively employing approximately 7700 workers. The contribution of local authorities and private sector organisations to the total person years of follow up in the study was 41% and 59% respectively. Data was collected on 17,613 spells of absence...
Health and safety in waste and recycling in Great Britain, 2013
The information in this document relates to Health and Safety Statistics for 2012/13. The document can be found at: . There is a general downward trend in the rate of injury over the last eight years, but there is also significant year-to-year variation, especially in the number of fatalities. Injury numbers have been falling for the last four years or longer. Nevertheless, waste and recycling remains a high-risk industry. Although it accounts for only about 0.6% of the employees in Britain it still accounts for 2.8% of reported injuries to employees...

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