Prevention of work related skin problems: an intervention study in wet work employees.

  title={Prevention of work related skin problems: an intervention study in wet work employees.},
  author={Elisabeth Held and Karen Mygind and Christian Wolff and Finn Gyntelberg and Tove Agner},
  journal={Occupational and environmental medicine},
  volume={59 8},
AIMS To evaluate the effect of implementation of an evidence based skin care programme for wet work employees as part of an occupational health and safety management system. METHODS 375 wet work employees were included in a prospective randomised controlled trial, allocated to either intervention (n = 207) or control (n = 168). The intervention group was exposed to a skin care programme during the five month study period. The intervention included an educational programme for a group of… CONTINUE READING

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