Labour market security: Adequate employment and work opportunities, through high levels of employment ensured by macro-economic policy.
Employment security: Protection against arbitrary dismissal, and employment stability compatible with economic dynamism.
Work security (Occupational health and safety): Protection against accidents and illness at work, through safety and health regulations, regulated limits on working time, unsociable hours, and a reduction in stress at work.
Job security: A niche designated as an occupation or "career", the opportunity to develop a sense of occupation.
Skill reproduction security: Widespread opportunities to gain and retain skills, through innovative means as well as apprenticeships and employment training.
Income security: Provision of adequate incomes.
Representation security: Protection of collective voice in the labour market, through independent trade unions and employer associations and other bodies able to represent the interests of workers and working communities.