A summary of four secondary analysis reports: Understanding workplace management of safety and health, psychosocial risks and worker participation through ESENER


Through its 36,000 interviews, ESENER collected an enormous amount of comparable data on how health and safety is managed in European workplaces. As well as the main findings, which were published in 2010, this resource permits in-depth statistical analyses to be carried out and underlying issues to be identified. To this end, four secondary analysis projects have been carried out that exploit ESENER data more fully, the results of which are presented in this summary. The four reports focus on: Management of health and safety at work; Worker representation and consultation on health and safety; Factors associated with effective management of psychosocial risks; and Management of psychosocial risks— drivers, obstacles, needs and measures taken

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