Occupational health

According to the definition of occupational health of the World Health Organization, “Occupational health deals with all aspects of health and safety in the workplace and has a strong focus on primary prevention of hazard. The health of workers has several determinants, including risk factors in the workplace that lead to cancer, accidents, musculoskeletal diseases, respiratory diseases, hearing loss, circulatory diseases, stress-related disorders and communicable diseases, among others.”
Occupational health is the promotion and maintenance of the highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being of workers in all occupations through prevention. Therefore, the ultimate goal of occupational health is to prevent workplace-related illnesses and injuries through a variety of actions, such as ensuring that employees use ergonomically appropriate methods and actions, or supporting employees who experience illness or absence. disease-related.
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Neuroscience in the company, with Luis Castellanos
Neuroscience in the company, with Luis Castellanos

A new installment of our Podcast: "Journey to the World of Human Resources and beyond!" What effects does positive language have on people's lives? How is neuroscience applied to the professional field advancing? We interviewed Luis Castellanos: a philosopher, researcher and disseminator who gives us his vision based on his experiences and experiments. Press Play!