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Russian mining and metallurgic industry in the Barents/Euro-Arctic Region: impact of economic downturn = Горнодобывающая и металлургическая промышленность в российской части Баренц-региона: влияние кризисных явлений в экономике на здоровье / Валериы Чащин.

Title: Russian mining and metallurgic industry in the Barents/Euro-Arctic Region: impact of economic downturn = Горнодобывающая и металлургическая промышленность в российской части Баренц-региона: влияние кризисных явлений в экономике на здоровье / Валериы Чащин.
Title, transliterated: Russian mining and metallurgic industry in the Barents/Euro-Arctic Region: impact of economic downturn = Gornodobyvai︠u︡shchai︠a︡ i metallurgicheskai︠a︡ promyshlennostʹ v rossiĭskoĭ chasti Barent︠s︡-regiona: vlii︠a︡nie krizisnykh i︠a︡vleniĭ v ėkonomike na zdorovʹe / Valeriy Chashchin.
Author(s): Chashchin, Valeriy.
Date: 2009.
Language: English and Russian.
In: Barents Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety. (2009.), Vol. 12(1) (2009)
Abstract: Highlights how unprepared most enterprises in Russian European North were for current crisis in public health of workers in mining and metallurgical enterprises resulting from reduced funding for occupational health and stress due to threat of job losses.
Notes:

Barents Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety. Vol. 12(1) :3-4 (2009).

Keywords: 613/614 -- Health and preventive medicine.
331 -- Employment.
331.3 -- Working conditions.
312.28 -- Life expectancy.
331.47 -- Occupational health.
622 -- Mining.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*501.1) -- European Russia.
SPRI record no.: 187929

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