Surveillance of working conditions and the work environment: development of a national hazard surveillance tool in New Zealand

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Changes to work and the impact of these changes on worker health and safety have been significant. A core surveillance data set is needed to understand the impact of working conditions and work environments. Yet, there is little harmony amongst international surveys and a critical lack of guidance identifying the best directions for surveillance efforts… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00038-009-0059-1

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@article{Lilley2009SurveillanceOW, title={Surveillance of working conditions and the work environment: development of a national hazard surveillance tool in New Zealand}, author={Rebbecca C Lilley and Anne-Marie Feyer and Hilda Firth and Chris Cunningham and C. Morrison Paul}, journal={International Journal of Public Health}, year={2009}, volume={55}, pages={49-57} }