Katarina Wijk

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Professional drivers, i.e. lorry, truck, bus and taxi drivers, have been identified as a particular health risk group. An intervention to study the efficacy of a series of educational programmes, involving improved nutritional balance in meals served, food preparation routines and carrying out personal health profiles on staff, was implemented at a Swedish(More)
OBJECTIVE In contrast to several previous papers dealing with the structure and effects of ergonomics interventions, this systematic literature review focuses on the theories concerning change processes upon which these interventions--implicitly or explicitly--have been based. METHODS In a systematic search of 13 literature databases, 30 peer-reviewed(More)
BACKGROUND Earlier studies suggest that the quality of handling occupational health and safety (OHS) activities differs between companies of different sizes. Company size is a proxy variable for other variables affecting OHS performance. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to investigate if there is an association between company size and(More)
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