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Submissions of articles are made through the Healthy Workers URL: http://fittowork.net.

If you would like to submit material to be considered for publication, please register at http://fittowork.net and post it through the article submission form.

It shall be reviewed by the Healthy Workers team before publishing it.

Note: Articles emailed to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it will not be accepted for review. Submissions are only accepted through the article submission form on fittowork.net.

Article Submission Guidelines:

Article Title: a maximum of 60 characters.

Article: 600 words minimum, 1500 words maximum. Please Note: These character limits include all spaces, line breaks, paragraph breaks and punctuation, So the actual number of characters will be less than the above numbers.

* Do not submit an article that you are not the author of or material that is not your own. By submitting, you are granting healthy Workers a copyright release to publish your work online.

* Submissions that are commercial or advertorial in content will be removed from the Healthy Workers database.

* Healthy Workers is a free-content website not a forum for advertising commercial products, services or programs.

* Submissions that consist of a few lines of text with a link pointing to another site where the article supposedly resides will not be accepted.

* Article submissions that are plagiarized or in violation of another author’s copyright will be removed.

Note: Healthy Workers reserves the right to remove any article or articles for any reason with or without notice or explanation. In cases where the above or other guidelines are severely abused, so-called authors will be banned.

Article Formatting

We strongly recommend that authors submitting to ‘Healthy Workers’ copy and paste articles from a basic text editor like Notepad. Following this suggestion will ensure that paragraph breaks, line length and other basic formatting will be properly handled by our text editor.

Copying and pasting content from applications like MS Word can and does result in a variety of formatting problems. The reason for this is that using MS Word and similar applications, to copy article content into our submission editing program, causing articles to appear very differently from the way they were submitted.

Copyright Policy

Healthy Workers’ policy prohibits the use of copyrighted material in a manner that violates the copyright owner’s rights It is our policy to respond promptly and actively to claims of copyright and other intellectual property infringement. Healthy Workers will promptly process and investigate notices of alleged infringement and will take appropriate actions under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) and other applicable intellectual property laws. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (the "DMCA") provides recourse for copyright owners who believe that material appearing on the Internet infringes their rights under the copyright law.

If you believe in good faith that materials hosted by the Healthy Workers website infringe your copyright, you, or your agent, may send the Healthy Workers website notice requesting that the material be removed or access to it be blocked.

All notices and counter notices must meet the then current statutory requirements imposed by the DMCA; see http://www.copyright.gov/ for details.

The Healthy Workers website’s webmaster to receive notifications of claimed infringement can be reached through

: Healthy Workers

PO Box 31485 Doha, Qatar

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Works Unprotected by Copyright Law

1-Titles (of works)

2-Names, short phrases (especially common ones)

3-Lists of ingredients or contents

4-Commonly known/familiar symbols

5-Ideas, concepts and methods

6-Procedures and processes and devices

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 15:47