Bringing Health to Work

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BRINGING HEALTH TO WORK is a "how to" provide for better health inthe workplace for all people. It discusses the "nuts and bolts" of compliance programs, the law of occupational health in the USA, Canada, Australia and the UK & as an international human right. Topics include reproductive health inthe workplace, corporate compliance programs and internal audits and the role of joint safety committees in occupational health management. A must-read for all business leaders, health professionals and their lawyers and everyone who works!

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This book has been reviewed by John Voorhees, Esq in CORPROATE CONDUCT QUARTERLY, by Francine Silverman in the RIVERDALE REVIEW and Jeanette Fletcher in the University of Denver PREVENTIVE LAW REPORTER. Dr. Philip Landrigan, Prof of Medicine in Mt Sinai School of Medicine NYC says, "Ilise's chapter concerning occupational health as a human right is a lovely piece of work. The ethical perspective is clear and very much on target." Paula Desio, Deputy General Counsel, US Sentencing Commission writes, "It's gratifying that the organizational guidelines are inspiring... I am sure that we can all profit from this prolific exchange of ideas." Prof Lance Liebman, Former Dean of Columbia University School of Law writes, "For many years, Ilise Feitshans has been a leading scholar in the important field of occupational health. This is an important book."

About the Author:

Prof. Ilise L. Feitshans JD and ScM has written many articles and books in occupational health, law and the jurisprudence of pregnancy. She has served on several regulatory committees and in 1998 was appointed Legal Advisor to an international Committee of Experts on Reproductive Health in the Workplace. She is the Former Acting Director, Legislative Drafting Research Fund, Columbia University School of Law. She believes that legal information must be made accessible to all people and that lawyers must understand and appreciate other disciplines in order to function in the complex areas of occupational and environmental health and toxic torts. She has a BA Cum Laude from Barnard College, Columbia University, a JD from the Georgetown University Law Center and a Masters of Science in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health.

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