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Document ID (ISN)102110
CIS number 03-1118
ISBN(s) 92-2-112797-4 (En); 92-2-212797-8 (fr)
Year 2003
Convention or series no.
Author(s) Di Martino V., Gold D., Schaap A.
Title Managing emerging health-related problems at work - SOLVE: Stress, Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs, HIV/AIDS, Violence
Original title Gérer les problèmes émergents liés à la santé dans le monde du travail - SOLVE : Stress, violence, alcool et drogue, VIH/sida, tabagisme [in French]
Bibliographic information ILO Publications, International Labour Office, 1211 Genève 22, Switzerland, 2003. Loose-leaf folder. Approx.120p. Illus. Bibl.ref. + CD-ROM.
Abstract SOLVE is an interactive educational programme designed to assist in the development of policy and action to address psychosocial issues at the workplace. Stress, alcohol and drugs, violence (both physical and psychological), HIV/AIDS and tobacco all lead to health-related problems for the worker and lower productivity for the enterprise or organization. Taken together, they represent a major cause of accidents, fatal injuries, disease and absenteeism at work in both industrialized and developing countries. SOLVE focuses on prevention in translating concepts into policies and policies into action at the national and enterprise levels. This training package (folder and CD-ROM) provides the foundation for a five-day interactive training course with a goal to give participants the knowledge and skills to formulate a comprehensive policy and strategies to address these issues in the workplace. (See also CIS 01-746).
Descriptors (primary) ILO; alcoholism; drug dependence; smoking; immunodeficiency syndrome; safety and health training; training material; stress factors; social aspects; violence
Descriptors (secondary) psychology and sociology; plant safety and health organization; training manuals; CD-ROM
Document type C - Training manuals, audiovisual material
Country / State or ProvinceILO
Subject(s) Psychology and sociology
Broad subject area(s) Stress, psychosocial factors
Browse category(ies) Mental stress and burnout
HIV/AIDS
Smoking
Violence
OSH training
Violence and terrorism
Alcohol and drug abuse