Methods and systems used to measure and monitor occupational disease and injury in New Zealand

Technical report


King, Julian, Hibbert, Peter, Butt, Helena and Schultz, Leon. 2005. Methods and systems used to measure and monitor occupational disease and injury in New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand. National Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Committee.
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Methods and systems used to measure and monitor occupational disease and injury in New Zealand

Report TypeTechnical report
AuthorsKing, Julian (Author), Hibbert, Peter (Author), Butt, Helena (Author) and Schultz, Leon (Author)
Institution of OriginNational Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Committee, Wellington, New Zealand
Volume2
Number of Pages152
SeriesNOHSAC Technical Report
Year2005
PublisherNational Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Committee
Place of PublicationWellington, New Zealand
ISBN0478280270
Web Address (URL)https://www.worksafe.govt.nz/worksafe/about/publications/nohsac-reports/technical-report-02.pdf
Abstract

The National Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Committee (NOHSAC) commissioned Health Outcomes
International to conduct a review of methods and systems used to measure and monitor occupational disease and
injury in New Zealand. This is NOHSAC’s second project designed to provide an independent evidence-based
assessment of some of the measures that would deliver the greatest benefit for the prevention of occupational
injury and disease in New Zealand.

Keywordsoccupational disease; occupational injury; occupational health and safety; environmental health and safety; measurement; New Zealand
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020420605. Preventative health care
350505. Occupational and workplace health and safety
420299. Epidemiology not elsewhere classified
420399. Health services and systems not elsewhere classified
Public Notes

This document is available on NOHSAC’s website www.nohsac.govt.nz. It can be freely quoted, copied and circulated with appropriate acknowledgement.

Byline AffiliationsHealth Outcomes International, Australia
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