Health care for gas station workers: a report about the implementation of a health surveillance program and a worker embracement strategy in Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil

Maria Aparecida Torres Mourão Amâncio, Márcia Herculiani Cardillo & Marisol Watanabe
Abstract Introduction: the Regional Reference Center in Occupational Health (Cerest) and the Health Surveillance Department of the city of Campinas, along with the State Benzene Commission (São Paulo) and the Regional Benzene Commission (Campinas), developed the Gas Station Attendant Project, from 2005 to 2012, aiming at establishing a health care program for gas station workers in the city of Campinas. Objective: to report the project development and its results and to evaluate the practice of...
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