About Industrial Health
National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Japan
INDUSTRIAL HEALTH is an international scientific journal published by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Japan (JNIOSH). First published in 1963, the journal has been disseminating valuable scientific information for 45 years. All content is peer reviewed prior to publication, and all published articles are available online for free via the website.
INDUSTRIAL HEALTH covers all aspects of occupational medicine, ergonomics, industrial hygiene, engineering, safety and policy sciences. The journal helps promote solutions for the control and improvement of working conditions, and for the application of valuable research findings to the actual working environment. INDUSTRIAL HEALTH is a truly international journal, with papers contributed from all parts of Asia, Oceania, North America, Central and South America, and Europe. INDUSTRIAL HEALTH is read by scholars from over 450 international universities and research institutions, as well as over 600 institutions in Japan.
Now in its 45th year in 2007, INDUSTRIAL HEALTH remains essential reading for the new generation of international occupational health researchers, academics and practitioners.