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Formal recycling of e-waste leads to increased exposure to toxic metals: An occupational exposure study from Sweden Julander A et al
Environ Int. 2014 Dec;73:243-51
2014
506.91 KB
Ghana e-waste country assessment Amoyaw-Osei Y et al
SBC e-Waste Africa Project
2016
4.65 MB
Health consequences of exposure to e-waste: a systematic review Grant K et al
Lancet Glob Health. 2013 Dec;1(6):e350-61.
2013
276.26 KB
Health seeking behaviours among electronic waste workers in Ghana Asampong E et al
BMC Public Health. 2015 Oct 16;15:1065
2015
425.83 KB
Heart rate, stress, and occupational noise exposure among electronic waste recycling workers Burns KN et al
Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2016 Jan 19;13(1). pii: E140
2016
1.72 MB
High levels of PAH-metabolites in urine of e-waste recycling workers from Agbogbloshie, Ghana Feldt T et al
Sci Total Environ. 2014 Jan 1;466-467:369-76
2014
203.73 KB
Human exposure to PCBs, PBDEs and HBCDs in Ghana: Temporal variation, sources of exposure and estimation of daily intakes by infants. Asante KA et al
Environ Int. 2011 Jul;37(5):921-8
2011
937.79 KB
ILO Convention 161: Occupational Health Services Convention ILO
2016
20.08 KB
ILO: Designing programmes to improve working and employment conditions in the informal economy: a literature review Rinehart RD
ILO
2004
1.48 MB
ILO: Developing the WIND training programme in Asia Kawakami T, Khai TT, Kogi K
ILO
2009
7.78 MB

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