China's first white paper on the health of painter

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China's first white paper on the health of painters published

China's first white paper on the health of painters published

March 13, 2009

[China paint information] the international cancer research agency (IARC) under the World Health organization, based on a large number of occupational disease investigations and studies, reported that painters are one of the three occupations most likely to suffer from cancer. Painters were once recognized as high-risk jobs

the first white paper on the health of painters in China was published

at the end of 2008, a white paper on the health of painters bound in black and white quietly came out. Without any publicity or recommendation, this book unexpectedly became popular in China's coating industry overnight and became a must read for people in the industry. Its brilliant debut also marks that China has the first research report that truly reflects the body, life and psychology of painters

What exactly is this research report? What does it mean behind its birth? Why has it received widespread attention? Perhaps there is only one key to the answer, so ask: who is really concerned about people's health? Who cares about the living environment, life and physical and mental health of painters

"health is a blessing"! "Health is the capital of life"! Health has become a Chinese word from morning to night, and it has also become a common language for people to greet and bless each other. Maybe people talk a lot, but many people often ignore or hurt their health because of different occupations and environments. Painters are a typical example

"high risk group", which is not exaggerated at all. Based on a large number of occupational disease surveys and studies, the international agency for research on cancer (IARC) under the World Health Organization said that painters are one of the three occupations most likely to suffer from cancer. Painters also a large number of level 3 carton factories shut down after the Spring Festival, which was inevitably recognized as a high-risk type of work

Health part of the health survey report of Chinese painters

painters' understanding of health

1. Most painters rarely go to the hospital: 67% do not go to the hospital or rarely go to the hospital

2. Frequent cough/throat discomfort (25%) and frequent dizziness/headache (23%); Those with stomach disease (13%) went to the hospital

health protection awareness of painters

91% did not receive health protection measures and training provided by the organization or the company

all survey data refer to the white paper on the health of painters. The survey method and population are qualitative symposium, painters, painters foreman, quantitative analysis, visit before physical examination, physical examination of painters, visit after physical examination, etc

Occupational part of the health survey report of Chinese painters

painters' perception of occupation

1. Paint time survey

survey proportion of cities total annual number of home decoration, time for wood paint, time for latex paint

90% of households in Ningbo/1550 hours/year 1250 hours/year

70% of households in Fuzhou/2000 hours/year 1900 hours/year

65% of 35 households in Shenyang/2100 hours/year 900 hours/year

2 For the future career plan

painters had plans to change careers in the future, accounting for 31%, of which 98% felt that long-term contact with paint would cause greater harm to their bodies

survival of the health survey report of Chinese painters

I. basic living conditions of painters

1. Working hours: life is simple and regular. Go out at 7 a.m. and start work at 8 a.m; 11: : lunch around 00; 5: After work at about 30, go home for dinner; Take a break

2. Living conditions: 51% from the city or surrounding areas and 39% from outside the province; 13% buy houses locally and the rest rent houses; 75% live with their families

Living Questionnaire for painters

survey cities from the city and surrounding areas from outside the province

Ningbo 47% 53% 27% 77%

Chengdu 100% 10% 70%

Fuzhou 77% 23% 3% 62%

Shenyang 34% 67% 20% 83%

3. Living habits: there is less entertainment in daily life. There are three steps: work - eat - sleep

80% of painters watch TV after work

20% play mahjong, poker, listen to music and go shopping

50% of painters smoke

70% of painters drink

4. Income level: the total monthly income is about 2000-3000 yuan, generally including three family members

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