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Salyukov А. О., Varyvonchyk D. V.

ASSESSMENT OF WORK-RELATED CARCINOGENIC HAZARD, CAUSED BY NATURAL ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION

SI «Institute for Occupational Health of NAMS of Ukraine», Kyiv

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The unsolved key scientific problems have been defined on the assessment and decrease of levels of work-related carcinogenic hazard, caused by natural (solar) ultra-violet radiation (UV). The perspective directions have been outlined on prevention of work-related skin and eyes tumors, caused by the excess exposure of workers to UV.

Key words: carcinogenic hazard, solar ultraviolet radiation, workers, prevention

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