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Purpose — a proposal of knowledge supplementing in the field of ergonomic risk fac- tors among cashiers for an ergonomic prevention needs. Questionnaire re- searches concerned cashiers working in five buildings taking a big area su- permarkets in Poland. Results — a fragment of a hazard datasheet was worked up, concerning ergo nomicrisk factors according to a pattern proposed by ILO. One of tools that are helpful in an organisation in the field of healthy and safe work conditions is the occupational hazard datasheet [1, 3, 4, 8].

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Reviewers All Reviewers Seasonal microbiological quality of air in veterinary practices in Poland. Jolanta Sitkowska 1. Krzysztof Lutnicki 4 ,. Numerous studies focused on the bioaerosols in the areas of industry, agriculture and animal husbandry, concerning both residential and public buildings, have been conducted continuously for many years. The aim of the present work was to determine the concentration and composition of mesophilic bacterial flora in the air of selected medical and veterinary clinics located in the cities and in the countryside.

Air sampling was carried out in — in 44 veterinary practices in autumn-winter and spring-summer seasons. In the examined medical and veterinary offices, Gram-positive bacteria comprised the largest group of microorganisms, among which Gram-positive cocci of the genus Staphylococcus prevailed, with the highest average of 1, The smallest group was represented by Gram-negative bacteria, with a concentration of 0.

A month series of studies showed the highest mean concentrations of microorganisms in autumn for offices located in the city, while the lowest in winter for rural centres. The environment of veterinary offices is a habitat of pathogenic and potentially pathogenic bacteria, which may pose health problems not only for residents, but also for the animals.

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