Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Occupational Wellbeing

Edited by Kavitha Palaniappan

University of Newcastle Australia


Pamela McCauley

North Carolina State University

Occupational Wellbeing examines the risks for various diseases in a range of workplace environments. Section 1 analyses the occupational health and safety parameters in various occupational sectors, while Section 2 focuses on physiological and psychosocial wellbeing. Chapters cover such topics as migrant workers in the construction industry, farm and fishery workers, how the body responds physiologically to high-risk occupational duties, psychosocial wellbeing of workers, bullying in the workplace, and more.

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Occupational WellbeingEdited by Kavitha Palaniappan

Published: August 25th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87327

ISBN: 978-1-83962-339-4

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-338-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-340-0

Copyright year: 2021

Books open for chapter submissions

2043 Total Chapter Downloads


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1. The Importance of Exposure Assessment in Blue Collar Jobs: Construction as an Example

By Priyadarshini Dasgupta


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2. Occupational Health Hazards Associated with Nigerian Fisheries

By Olalekan Jacob Olaoye and Wahab Gbenga Ojebiyi


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3. Occupational Health and Safety Standards of Foreign Seasonal Farm Workers: Evaluation of Personal Protection Measures, Policies and Practices

By Swarna Weerasinghe


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4. A Review of Ergonomic Evaluation of Occupational Hazard of Indian Agriculture Farm and Allied Activities

By Surendra Prasad Tripathi, Surya Pratap Singh Somvanshi, Shyam Ranjan Kumar Singh and Anupam Mishra


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5. Ergonomic Evaluation of Thermal Stress in a Tunisian Steel Industry

By Amira Omrane, Taoufik Khalfallah and Lamia Bouzgarrou


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6. Responsiveness of Occupational Health Risk and Preventive Measures Practice by the Workers Employed in Tannery Occupation in Kanpur, India

By Gyan Chandra Kashyap, Praveen Chokhandre and Shri Kant Singh


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7. Muscle Health: The Gateway to Population Health Management

By Thomas Gilliam and Paul Terpeluk


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8. Physiological Stress Responses Associated with High-Risk Occupational Duties

By Jennifer F. Chan and Judith P. Andersen


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9. Modeling the Factors That Affect Work Accidents with Binary Logistic Regression: Evidence from Turkey

By Ömer Alkan and Sena Gültekin


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10. Occupational Heat Stress: A Technical Scan

By Krishnan Srinivasan, Smisha Mohan and Jeneth Berlin Raj T


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11. Managing Inter-Organizational Knowledge Sharing: Integrating Macro, Meso and Micro Level Analysis

By Chiraz Guedda


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12. Quality of Life in Employee with Workaholism

By Ozlem Koseoglu Ornek and Nurcan Kolac


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13. Influence of Tunisian Revolution on Bullying at Work in Interns and Residents

By Irtyah Merchaoui, Ines Rassas, Marouen Hayouni, Nidhal Mlik, Feten Mhenni, Imen Miled and Charfeddine Amri


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