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10/11/2003

Gender issues in safety and health at work. A review

Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2003 - ISBN 92-9191-045-7



The report highlights the dual importance of considering gender in risk prevention and including occupational safety and health in gender equality employment activities. Cooperation between these two policy areas is crucial, from the European level, down to the workplace, to promote improved workplace risk prevention for both women and men.

author(s): European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)/ Topic Centre on Research — Work and Health:K. Kauppinen, R. Kumpulainen, FIOH, Finland – I. Houtman, TNO Work and Employment, Netherlands
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