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Well-being and work: A perspective from eight European countries on common areas of understanding, national drivers for progress, and research needs

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David Fishwick

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HSE

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Well-being and work

Auteur: On behalf of the PEROSH Well-being and Work initiative group
David Fishwick,
Jennifer Lunt,
Andrew D. Curran,
Mary Trainor

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About PEROSH

PEROSH comprises 13 Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) institutes

The PEROSH partners aim to coordinate and cooperate on European research and development efforts in occupational safety and health.

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