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Description

Occupation commonly refers to:

  • Occupation or job, one's role in society, often a regular activity performed for payment
  • Occupation (protest), political demonstration by holding public or symbolic spaces
  • Military occupation, the martial control of a territory
  • Occupancy, use of a building

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Organizations relating to Occupation

International Commission on Occupational Health / Monteporzio, Italy / Est. 1906
World Federation of Occupational Therapists / London, UK / Est. 1952
International Occupational Hygiene Association / Derby, UK / Est. 1987
Latin American Occupational Therapists Confederation / Santiago, Chile / Est. 1997
Asia Pacific Occupational Therapists Regional Group / Taipei, Taiwan / Est. 2006
Asian Network for the Rights Of Occupational and Environmental Victims / Kathmandu, Nepal / Est. 1997
Association of Caribbean Occupational Therapists / St Michael, Barbados / Est. 1991
Asia Pacific Occupational Safety and Health Organization / Mulgrave VIC, Australia
Asian Association of Occupational and Environmental Health / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1964
Occupational Therapy African Region Group / Est. 1997
European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology
Global Coalition for Occupation Safety and Health
Council of Occupational Therapists for the European Countries / Karlsbad, Germany / Est. 1986
Federation of Occupational Health Nurses within the European Union / Est. 1993
European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority / Frankfurt-Main, Germany / Est. 2003
SEAMEO TROPMED Regional Centre for Public Health, Hospital Administration, Environmental and Occupational Health / Manila, Philippines
Asia-Pacific Environmental and Occupational Dermatology Group / Carlton VIC, Australia / Est. 1991
Baltic Sea Network on Occupational Health and Safety / Helsinki, Finland / Est. 1995
European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1995
European Network on Occupational Social Work / Boskoop, Netherlands / Est. 1990
ASEAN Occupational Safety and Health Network / Vientiane, Laos / Est. 1996
Nordic Institute for Advanced Training in Occupational Health / Helsinki, Finland / Est. 1982
Fundación Iberoamericana de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacional / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 2000
European Occupational Safety and Health Network / St Augustin, Germany
International Centre for Pesticides and Health Risk Prevention / Milan, Italy / Est. 1990
International Society of Occupational Ergonomics and Safety Research / Whitewater WI, USA / Est. 1986
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health / Wigston, UK / Est. 1945
Latin American Occupational Safety Association / Guayaquil, Ecuador / Est. 1988
International Committee on Occupational Mental Health / Est. 1966
Confédération européenne des catégories auxiliaires des activités viti-vinicole / Est. 1962
Arab Centre for Human Resources Development / Est. 1975
Collegium Ramazzini / Bologna, Italy / Est. 1982
Institute for Labour and Family Research / Bratislava, Slovakia / Est. 1992
Convention Concerning Prevention and Control of Occupational Hazards Caused by Carcinogenic Substances and Agents / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1974
Convention Concerning the Restriction of Night Work of Children and Young Persons in Non-industrial Occupations / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1946
Convention Concerning Occupational Health Services / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1985
Convention Concerning Occupational Safety and Health in Dock Work / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1979
Convention Concerning Medical Examination of Children and Young Persons for Fitness for Employment in Non-industrial Occupations / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1946
Convention Concerning Workmen's Compensation for Occupational Diseases, 1925 / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1925
Convention Concerning the Protection of Workers Against Occupational Hazards in the Working Environment Due to Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1977
Promotional Framework for Occupational Safety and Health Convention / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 2006
Convention Concerning Workmen's Compensation for Occupational Diseases, 1934 / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1934
Convention Concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1958
Convention on the Exercise of Professional Occupations and Recognition of University Studies / Est. 1962
Convention Concerning Occupational Safety and Health and the Working Environment / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1981
Convention Concerning Prevention and Control of Occupational Hazards Caused by Carcinogenic Substances and Agents / Est. 1974
Convention Concerning the Prevention of Occupational Accidents to Seafarers / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1970
Latin American Centre for Occupational Safety and Health
European Centre for Occupational Health, Safety and the Environment / Glasgow, UK / Est. 1999
ESF Network on National Socialist Occupation Policy / Est. 1994

View all profiles (86 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Occupation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Occupational hazards of vegetable dusts
Occupational stress
Environmental hazards from textile and clothing industries
Diseases of the respiratory system
Occupational hazards of benzene
Dust as an occupational hazard
Biological agents as occupational hazards
Combined stresses as occupational hazards
Structural rigidities in labour markets
Sulphur dioxide as a pollutant
Repetitive strain injuries
Improper lighting as an occupational hazard
Occupational hazards to workers in small industries
Lead as a health hazard at work
Conflicting standards for protection against chemical occupational hazards
Hazards to young people at work
Occupational hazards of male workers
Carbon monoxide as a health hazard
Cold as an occupational hazard
Increasing job monotony
Solvents as an occupational hazard
Shift work stress as an occupational hazard
Heat stress at work
Occupational hazards of female workers
Work-related injury

Action Strategies relating to Occupation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reducing occupational risk in the mining industry
Preventing occupational accidents
Promoting professional interests
Applying occupational therapy
Working from home
Reducing work stress
Using preventative strategies to reduce occupationally derived diseases
Downshifting occupation
Investigating occupational roles
Reorienting traditional Gypsy occupations
Recognizing age criteria in relation to occupation
Locating new occupation sources
Increasing basic labour mobility
Recognizing occupational variety
Supporting occupational guilds
Patterning employment skills
Recognizing status criteria in relation to occupation
Discussing vital occupational issues
Recognizing gender criteria in relation to occupation
Considering worker capability
Determining type of livelihood
Defining human potential for employment
Cultivating new employable skills
Broadening job specifications
Revealing inadequacies in occupational classification

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