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The changing organization of work and the safety and health of working people : knowledge gaps and research directions /

by Sauter, Steven L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: DHHS publication: 2002/116Publisher: Cincinnati. Ohio : NIOSH, 2002Description: XI, 32 p. ; 26 x 26 cm.MeSH subject(s): Workplace | Work | Employment | Occupational Health | Safety | Organizational Innovation | Population Surveillance | Research | Health Priorities | National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (U.S.) | Employment -- organization & administration | Work -- trends | Workplace -- organization & administration | Technical ReportPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: ReportSummary: Abstract This report was developed under NORA as the first attempt to develop a comprehensive research agenda for investigating and reducing occupational safety and health risks associated with the changing organization of work. Research and development needs identified in the agenda include (1) improved surveillance mechanisms to better track how the organization of work is changing, (2) accelerated research on safety and health implications of the changing organization of work, (3) increased research focus on organizational interventions to protect safety and health, and (4) steps to formalize and nurture organization of work as a distinctive field in occupational safety and health
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vdist-/05.2013 Abstract This report was developed under NORA as the first attempt to develop a comprehensive research agenda for investigating and reducing occupational safety and health risks associated with the changing organization of work. Research and development needs identified in the agenda include (1) improved surveillance mechanisms to better track how the organization of work is changing, (2) accelerated research on safety and health implications of the changing organization of work, (3) increased research focus on organizational interventions to protect safety and health, and (4) steps to formalize and nurture organization of work as a distinctive field in occupational safety and health