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Document ID (ISN)111286
CIS number 10-0780
ISSN - Serial title 0267-8373 - Work and Stress
Year 2010
Convention or series no.
Author(s) Nielsen K., Randall R., Holten A.L., González E.R.
Title Conducting organizational-level occupational health interventions: What works?
Bibliographic information 3rd quarter 2010, Vol.24, No.3, p.234-259. Illus. 95 ref.
Abstract This article provides an overview of prominent European methods that describe systematic approaches to improving employee health and well-being through the alteration of the way in which work is designed, organized and managed. Comparative analyses reveal that these methods all consist of a five-phase process and that they share a number of core elements within these phases. These methods are reviewed in the light of current research in order to support their appropriateness in conducting organizational-level occupational health interventions. Areas requiring additional research are proposed.
Descriptors (primary) plant safety organization; safety programmes; plant health organization; health programmes; public OSH institutions
Descriptors (secondary) Europe; comparative study; research; description of technique
Document type D - Periodical articles
Subject(s) Generalities
Broad subject area(s) General safety, health and conditions of work
Browse category(ies) Safety programmes
Work design