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A Study on the Performance of Occupational Health Services in Kyung In Areas
Dong Ran Cho, Myung Soon Kim, Tae Sung Ahn, Bong Ryeon Ko
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 1993;4(1):25-37.   Published online June 30, 1993
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This study was designed to identify the performance of occupational health services of 37 industries located in Kyung in area. The data was collected by a structured questionnaire developed by the Academic society of Community Nursing. This analysis had two factors, one was related to six of the industries, and the other was the actual assignment procedures of the health team members. This study was undertaken from December 4, 1992 to January 21, 1993. The results of the study were as follows: 1. The study group was primarily manufacturing industries which employed 300-1,000 employees. 2. The actual assignment state of occupation health team members with the exception of nurses was not kept to the regulations of the industrial safety health law. 3. The following was the analysis of the performance of occupational health services with two factors: 1). The larger the size of the six industries, the more the performance of health education, health assessment, and health screening. 2) The actual. practice of occupational health team members working environmental measurement, was more frequently performed by a nurse other than health team members together. 4. 1) The subscription rate of the laborers for primary health screening was 94%, and of these 10% had the need of secondary health screening. As a results of the secondary health screening the degrees were "A" 45%, "C" 92%, "R" 21%. Of these degrees "C", "R" 4% were follow up cases. 2) 43% of laborers needed special health screening and of these the subscription rate was 99%. The main item of the special health screening was physical factors. After the special health screening 46% required follow up, 30% required medical treatment, only reporting 18%, change work 8%, suspension from work place 2%.

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