Health problems among migrant construction workers: A unique public–private partnership project

  title={Health problems among migrant construction workers: A unique public–private partnership project},
  author={Balkrishna B. Adsul and Payal S. Laad and Prashant V. Howal and Ramesh M. Chaturvedi},
  booktitle={Indian journal of occupational and environmental medicine},
BACKGROUND Construction sector is a booming industry and involves many hazardous activities. Migrant labor in the industry is susceptible to various health and occupational hazards. In a unique public-private partnership project, a medical team from a public sector teaching hospital in Mumbai provided comprehensive on-site health care services to the construction workers of a private construction company. OBJECTIVE To study socio-demographic profile and morbidity pattern of construction… CONTINUE READING


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