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Periodical articleAmanuel G. and Araya K. (2009)
Occupational exposure to health workers to blood and body fluids in six hospitals of Tigray region (August 1-30, 2006): magnitude and management
Ethiopian Medical Journal. Volume 47 #3. July. p. 213-219.

Periodical articleManyele, S.V. and Ngonyani, H.A.M. and Eliakimu, E. (2008)
See this publicationThe status of occupational safety among health service providers in hospitals in Tanzania
Tanzania Journal of Health Research. Volume 10 #3. July. p. 159-165.

Periodical articleMureth, P. and Waswa, F. and Kituyi, E. (2008)
Occupational and environmental safety concerns in pesticide use among small-scale farmers in Sagana, Central Highlands, Kenya
African Journal of Environmental Studies and Development. Volume 1 #1. December. p. 1-7.

Periodical articleNjoroge, G.K. and Njagi, E.N.M. and Orinda, G.O. and Sekadde-Kigondu, C.B. and Kayima, J.K. (2008)
See this publicationEnvironmental and occupational exposure to lead
East African Medical Journal. Volume 85 #6. June. p. 284-291.

Periodical articleKiema, D.A.M. and Basson, G.A.J. (2007)
Provision of selected safety measures on building construction sites in Botswana
Botswana Journal of Technology. Volume 16 #1. April. p. 41-50.

Periodical articleMambo, S. (2007)
Regulating the engineering industry through technical and financial auditing
Kenya Engineer. Volume 28 #4. July-August. p. 24-27.

Periodical articleTakele T. and Abera K. (2007)
See this publicationPrevalence and factors affecting work-related injury among workers engaged in small and medium scale-industries in Gondar wereda, North Gondar zone, Amhara Regional State, Ethiopia
Ethiopian Journal of Health Development. Volume 21 #1. p. 25-34.

Periodical articleChidavaenzi, M. (2006)
The contribution of environmental impact assessments (EIAS) to decent work
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 13 #4. December. p. 13-17.

Periodical articleChikumba, S. (2006)
Importance of industrial and manufacturing engineering roles in ergonomics and safety
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 12 #2. June. p. 14-23.

Periodical articleMakambaya, S. (2006)
Cultivating and sustaining a safety and health culture in Zimbabwe
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 12 #1. March. p. 4-8.

Periodical articleMandowa, J. (2006)
Understanding management responsibility under occupational health and safety
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 12 #2 [i.e. 03]. September. p. 4-6.

Periodical articleMuchemedzi, S. (2006)
Violations of OHS responsibilities and legal liabilities. Pt. 2
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 12 #2. June. p. 11-13.

Periodical articleMuchemedzi, S. (2006)
Violations of OHS responsibilities and legal liabilities. Pt. 1
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 12 #1. March. p. 11-14.

Periodical articleZengeya, A. (2006)
The benefits of accident investigations in organisations
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 12 #2. June. p. 6-10.

Periodical articleMuchemedzi, S. (2005)
Our national five- year occupational safety and health strategy: 2006-2010
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 11 #4. December. p. 7-9.

Periodical articleMuchemedzi, S. (2005)
National strategies on the management of occupational health and safety
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 11 #3. September. p. 12-15.

Periodical articleMuchemedzi, S. (2005)
Implementation of health and safety management systems in Zimbabwe
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 11 #3. September. p. 3-6.

Periodical articleMutubuki, N.W.P. (2005)
Development of an effective safety culture
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 11 #2. June. p. 4-6.

Periodical articleRongo, L.M.B. and De Haan, S. and Msamanga, G.I. and Dolmans, W.M.V. and Van Naerssen, T. and Heederik, D. (2005)
Felt occupational and environmental health hazards among workers in small-scale industries in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: focus group discussion study
East African Journal of Public Health. Volume 2 #1. April. p. 21-26.

Periodical articleChinyamakobvu, O.S. (2004)
Standards as the vanguard of a sustainable effective occupational safety and health culture
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 10 #4. December. p. 15-17.

Periodical articleMunodawafa, M. (2004)
The challenges of managing health, safety and environment to today's chief executives
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 9 #2. June. p. 11-13.

Periodical articleMutswatiwa, J.C. (2004)
Peculiar problems of engineering safety
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 9 #2. June. p. 14-19.

Periodical articleTarwireyi, F. (2004)
Lead poisoning: knowledge, behavioural and environmental risks within a battery manufacturing company, Harare, Zimbabwe
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 10 #3. September. p. 4-9.

Periodical articleTarwireyi, F. (2004)
Knowledge, beliefs and practices of pesticide users in small-scale farms in Mutoko District, Mashonaland, East Zimbabwe
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 9 #1. March. p. 11-18.

Periodical articleKatsande, K.K. (2003)
Safety and economic performance: the interconnections
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 8 #4. December. p. 5-8, 12-14.

Periodical articleMhangwa, G. (2003)
Promotion of boiler safety
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 8 #2. June. p. 4-12.

Periodical articleMoyo, D. (2003)
The concept of 'management' and its application to the practice of occupational health and safety
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 8 #2. June. p. 13-16.

Periodical articleMtetwa, B. and Chando, T. (2003)
Ergonomics in the cotton spinning industry in Zimbabwe
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 8 #3. September. p. 5-16.

Periodical articleMudyandaruwa (2003)
Collective bargaining in occupational safety and health
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 8 #4. December. p. 21-22.

Periodical articleMutubuki, N.W.P. (2003)
Development of an effective industrial culture
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 8 #4. December. p. 3-6, 9-11.

Periodical articleTshuma, R. (2003)
Principles of precautionary measures against occupational risks
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 8 #4. December. p. 15-20.

Periodical articleKambarami, G. (2002)
Promotion of a safety and health culture
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 7 #3. September. p. 15-19.

Periodical articleMtetwa, B. (2002)
Systematic recording, reporting and investigation of occupational accidents and diseases
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 7 #2. June. p. 3-7.

Periodical articleMutubuki, N.W.P. (2002)
Safety performance of components reclaimed by welding
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 7 #2. June. p. 8-12.

Periodical articleMvududu, J.C. (2002)
Hazard identification and risk management: a strategic tool for marketing health and safety in industry
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 7 #1. March. p. 9-16.

Periodical articleNgono, K.J. (2002)
The role of occupational safety and health promotion in Zimbabwe
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 7 #3. September. p. 9-15.

Periodical articleSibanda, M. (2002)
Planned preventive maintenance programmes: an occupational health and safety intervention tool
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 7 #1. March. p. 17-22.

Periodical articleAnonymous (2001)
Exposure to asbestos: the safety and health facts on chrystotile asbestos fibre. Pt. 2
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #22 [i.e. 23]. September. p. 5-10.

Periodical articleAnonymous (2001)
Exposure to asbestos: the safety and health facts on chrystotile asbestos fibre. Pt. 1
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #21 [i.e. 22]. June. p. 3-8.

Periodical articleChirimumimba, G.N. (2001)
Challenges to the practice of occupational health in Zimbabwe and OHS legal reforms
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #22 [i.e. 24]. December. p. 9-12.

Periodical articleMaruta, T.T. (2001)
Occupational health records: purpose, maintenance and retention
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #21 [i.e. 22]. June. p. 10-12.

Periodical articleMtetwa, B. (2001)
Occupational hygiene and health surveillance
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #22 [i.e. 24]. December. p. 3-7.

Periodical articleMtetwa, B. (2001)
Obligation of employers, workers and other persons in preventing occupational accidents
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #21 [i.e. 22]. June. p. 14-17.

Periodical articleMvududu, J.C. (2001)
Health and safety information and communication technology: a challenge to health and safety management
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #22 [i.e. 23]. September. p. 16-19.

Periodical articleChikova, H.N. (2000)
An analysis of 1998 rehabilitation statistics
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #20. December. p. 17-22.

Periodical articleMangwiro, G. (2000)
Health and safety of the farmworker and use of agrochemicals
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #20. December. p. 15-16.

Periodical articleMtetwa, B. (2000)
Proposals for occupational exposure limits (OEL's) for dusts in Zimbabwe
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #19. September. p. 3-6.

Periodical articleMudambo, K.S.M.T. (2000)
Environmental exposure assessment related to silica dust
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #18. March-June. p. 10-16.

Periodical articleMukaronda, J.G. (2000)
Shortcomings in the current occupational health practice
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #18. March-June. p. 31-33.

Periodical articleMutubuki, N.W.P. (2000)
Engineering disasters
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #19. September. p. 7-11.

Periodical articleMutubuki, N.W.P. (2000)
Functional aspects detrimental to credibility of occupational health and safety professionals
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #18. March-June. p. 24-30.

Periodical articleMvududu, J.C. (2000)
Hazard identity and risk management: a strategic tool for marketing health and safety in industry
On Guard (Harare, Zimbabwe). Volume 6 #18. March-June. p. 3-9.

Periodical articleBaraza, X. (1992)
Implementing safety management in industry
Kenya Engineer. Volume 13 #5. September-October. p. 35-37.

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