- The British Occupational Hygiene Society aims to reduce work-related ill health. It promotes public and professional awareness, and provides education and training in occupational health and hygiene, as well as information on occupational hygiene professionals.
- The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety offers a helpful overview of the issues surrounding work-related health.
- The Health and Safety Executive is responsible for health and safety regulation in Great Britain. It aims to protect health and safety by making sure that risks in the workplace are properly controlled.
- The US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health is responsible for conducting research and making recommendations for the prevention of work-related illnesses and injuries.
- EnviroDerm Services is an independent organisation that aims to prevent damage to health from workplace skin exposure. It provides advice and practical help on all aspects of skin management, including risk assessments, site surveys, education and training, health surveillance, investigating problems, and selecting and using PPE.
- The TUC has a helpful interface called workSMART, which has information about work-related dermatitis.
- The National Eczema Society provides information on a wide number of subjects, including contact dermatitis, allergies and treatments.
- A subsidiary of the National Eczema Society, the Skin Care Campaign represents the interests of people with skin diseases in the UK.
- Meding B., Differences between the sexes with regard to work-related skin disease. Contact Dermatitis 2000; 43: 65-71.
- Sama S., et al., (1998) Work-related skin disorders in Washington State, 1993-1997. Safety and Health Assessment and Research for Prevention, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries; report # 36-4-1998.
- Cohen M., et al., (2000) Work-related skin disorders, risk factors and prevention: a survey of agricultural employers in Washington State. Safety and Health Assessment and Research for Prevention, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries; technical report 63-3-2000.
- Bock M., et al., Contact Dermatitis and Allergy: occupational skin disease in the construction industry. British Journal of Dermatology 2003; 149: 1165-1171.
- Dickel H., et al., Impact of preventive strategies on trend of occupational skin disease in hairdressers: population based register study. BMJ 2002; 324: 1422-3.
- Australian Safety and Compensation Council (2006). Occupational contact dermatitis in Australia; ISBN 0 642 32695 9.
- Dame Carol Black reviews the health of Britain's working age population in the report Working for a healthier tomorrow.
- A Summary of evidence submitted supports Dame Carol Black's review of the health of Britain's working age population.
- The PricewaterhouseCoopers report Building the case for wellness considers the business and economic case for employers to invest in staff wellness programmes
- Advising Patients About Work is a leaflet providing an evidence-based approached for General Practitioners and other healthcare professionals
- SafeHair project from the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work provides information on skin protection in hairdressing industry.
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