Women's occupational health: a critical review and discussion of current issues.

@article{Messing1997WomensOH,
  title={Women's occupational health: a critical review and discussion of current issues.},
  author={Karen Messing},
  journal={Women & health},
  year={1997},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={39-68}
}
Action to improve women's occupational health has been slowed by a notion that women's jobs are safe and that any health problems identified among women workers can be attributed to unfitness for the job or unnecessary complaining. With increasing numbers of women in the labor force, the effects of work on women's health have recently started to interest health care providers, health and safety representatives and researchers. We begin our summary of their discoveries with a discussion of women… CONTINUE READING