Psychosocial risks in Europe: Prevalence and strategies for prevention

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22 Ekim 2014
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17 Ekim 2014
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Authors: 
Eurofound; EU-OSHA

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Acknowledging the complexity of the relationship between health and work, the report presents comparative information on the prevalence of psychosocial risks among workers and examines the associations between these risks and health and well-being. It also looks at the extent to which establishments take action to tackle psychosocial risks and describes interventions that can be adopted in companies. An overview of policies in six Member States is also included. An executive summary is available - see related content.

  • Full report

    Reference No: 
    EF/14/43
    Catalogue info

    Psychosocial risks in Europe: Prevalence and strategies for prevention

    Authors: 
    Eurofound; EU-OSHA

    Acknowledging the complexity of the relationship between health and work, the report presents comparative information on the prevalence of psychosocial risks among workers and examines the associations between these risks and health and well-being. It also looks at the extent to which establishments take action to tackle psychosocial risks and describes interventions that can be adopted in companies. An overview of policies in six Member States is included.

  • Executive summary

    Reference No: 
    ef14431
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    Psychosocial risks in Europe: Prevalence and strategies for prevention - Executive summary

    Authors: 
    Eurofound; EU-OSHA

    This executive summary is based on a joint report on psychosocial risks at work from the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) and the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound). It draws on the complementary work of the two agencies, which is reflected in their different roles. Acknowledging the complexity of the relationship between health and work, the report presents comparative information on the prevalence of psychosocial risks among workers and examines the associations between these risks and health and well-being. Read more in the report.

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