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2014Association between high temperature and work-related injuries in Adelaide, South Australia, 2001-2010Xiang, J.; Bi, P.; Pisaniello, D.; Hansen, A.; Sullivan, T.
2018What can we learn about workplace heat stress management from a safety regulator complaints database?Hansen, A.; Pisaniello, D.; Varghese, B.; Rowett, S.; Hanson-Easey, S.; Bi, P.; Nitschke, M.
2017Heat adaptation and place: experiences in South Australian rural communitiesWilliams, S.; Hanson-Easey, S.; Robinson, G.; Pisaniello, D.; Newbury, J.; Saniotis, A.; Bi, P.
2010A survey of musculoskeletal pain / discomfort and organisational factors in South Australian workplacesDoda, D.; Pisaniello, D.; Rothmore, P.; Mahmood, M.; Hiller, J.; Winefield, H.; Boucaut, R.; Stewart, S.; Conference of the New Zealand Ergonomics Society (16th : 2010 : Nelson, New Zealand)
2019What do we know about the healthcare costs of extreme heat exposure? A comprehensive literature reviewWondmagegn, B.; Xiang, J.; Williams, S.; Pisaniello, D.; Bi, P.
2010Evaluation of a large-scale quantitative respirator-fit testing program for healthcare workers: Survey resultsWilkinson, I.; Pisaniello, D.; Ahmad, J.; Edwards, S.
2016Characterizing blue light exposure methodological considerations and preliminary resultsLee, S.; Pisaniello, D.; Gaskin, S.; Piccoli, B.; Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) Annual Conference and Exhibition (03 Dec 2016 - 07 Dec 2016 : Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia)
2018Correlates of occupational heat-induced illness costs: case study of South Australia 2000 to 2014Xiang, J.; Hansen, A.; Pisaniello, D.; Dear, K.; Bi, P.
2013The role of high schools in introductory occupational safety education - Teacher perspectives on effectivenessPisaniello, D.; Stewart, S.; Jahan, N.; Pisaniello, S.; Winefield, H.; Braunack-Mayer, A.
2011A study of the efficiency of cleaning reagents for three antineoplastic agents (5-FU, CP, PT) commonly used in hospitals in South AustraliaLee, S.; Tkaczuk, M.; Jankewicz, G.; Pisaniello, D.