Mainstreaming mental health in occupational health and safety : an exploration of benchmark dose modelling to regulate job demands and job control
The move to service and knowledge industries in industrialised countries means that workers are now less exposed to physical hazards. However, exposure to psychosocial hazards remains widespread. These psychosocial hazards are related to the way work is designed and managed (for example, heavy workloads) and are associated with an increased risk of common mental disorders. Psychosocial hazards are usually regulated as part of the general duty requirements of occupational health and safety...[Show more]
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