Lavoro organizzato e salute in un laboratorio di analisi cliniche

Maggi, Bruno ; Mocarelli, Paolo ; Rulli, Giovanni ; D'Orso, Marco (2010) Lavoro organizzato e salute in un laboratorio di analisi cliniche. A cura di: Maggi, Bruno ; Rulli, Giovanni. Bologna: TAO Digital Library, ISBN 978-88-904979-6-4. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/2778. In: TAO Digital Library ISSN 2282-1023.
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Abstract

This contribution presents the main results of a research aimed at interpreting the relationships between organized work and workers' health in a clinical analysis laboratory. The analysis has been carried out in the biomedical laboratory of the Desio hospital, by adopting the Method of Organizational Congruencies. All units operating within the laboratory were studied in detail by means of MOC. The analysis allowed to identify, for each technical action, the typical elements of organizational constraint, and to suggest different organizational choices. It was also possible to plan detailed biomedical analysis to assess operators’ distress and to prearrange specific measures of primary and secondary prevention.

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Monograph (Essay)
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Maggi, Bruno
Mocarelli, Paolo
Rulli, Giovanni
D'Orso, Marco
Keywords
Organizational action, Organizational constraint, Stress, Workers’ health, Clinical laboratory.
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ISSN
2282-1023
ISBN
978-88-904979-6-4
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21 May 2010 09:41
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28 Feb 2013 10:54
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