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Sociological understanding of prevention approaches in occupational health. Trade union strategies and mobilization of collective knowledge to make occupational diseases visible in the non-market sector.

Units : METICES | ULB698

Description :

The main objective of the research is to study the social factors that contribute to make occupational and work-related diseases
more visible. In particular, it will explore the ways in which the knowledge that workers in the non-profit sector have about their
own working conditions can be mobilised to objectify risks and to improve the implementation of prevention measures in the
workplace. The research will propose the analysis of health at work from a sociological perspective to address the issue of occupational
risks as a socially constructed object. 

List of persons in charge :

  • BINGEN Aline

  • TRIONFETTI Maria Cecilia

List of lessors :

  • Financement de base institutionnel