The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health published an interesting article on an expanded focus for occupational safety and health. Powerful and ongoing changes in how people work, the workforce, and the workplace require a more holistic view of each of these. The authors argue that an expanded focus for occupational safety and health (OSH) is necessary to prepare for and respond rapidly to future changes in the world of work that will certainly challenge traditional OSH systems.
The PEROSH biannual Well-being at Work (WAW) conferences are mentioned as an exemplary effort to develop an expanded focus for OSH.
The article can be downloaded here.