World Day for Safety and Health at Work 28th April.
What UN says is that there are Emerging risks at work: “New and emerging occupational risks may be caused by technical innovation or by social or organizational change, such as:
– New technologies and production processes, e.g. nanotechnology, biotechnology
– New working conditions, e.g. higher workloads, work intensification from downsizing, poor conditions associated with migration for work, jobs in the informal economy
– Emerging forms of employment, e.g. self-employment, outsourcing, temporary contracts
They may be more widely recognized through better scientific understanding, e.g. the effects of ergonomic risks on musculoskeletal disorders.
They may be influenced by changes in perceptions about the importance of certain risk factors, e.g. the effects of psychosocial factors on work-related stress”.
Hoy más que nunca tenemos que pensar en los efectos psicosociales que la pandemia nos traerá: nos toca identificarlos y ayudar a minimizarlos en lo posible.
Today, we have to identify the psychosocial effects that are coming because of the pandemic. It is our responsability to minimize them as much as possible and get the best and healthy place to work.
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