Well-being, Prevention, Risk / Benessere, Prevenzione, Rischio / Bien-être, Prévention, Risque / Bienestar, Prevención, Riesgo / Bem-estar, Prevenção, Risco / Wohlbefinden, Vorbeugung, Risiko

Rulli, Giovanni ; Maggi, Bruno (2018) Well-being, Prevention, Risk / Benessere, Prevenzione, Rischio / Bien-être, Prévention, Risque / Bienestar, Prevención, Riesgo / Bem-estar, Prevenção, Risco / Wohlbefinden, Vorbeugung, Risiko. Bologna: TAO Digital Library, p. 77. ISBN 978-88-98626-14-4. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/6027. In: TAO Digital Library ISSN 2282-1023.
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Abstract

The etymology and the development of the meanings of well-being, prevention and risk, as well as their relationships, are presented and discussed. It is reminded that the World Health Organization defined health as physical, mental and social well-being, and that the European Union prescribed a general and programmed primary prevention, integrated with the design of work situations. However, current interpretations and practices mistake well-being with wellness, and prevention with the management of existing risks, while usually attributing the responsibility to the acting subjects in the workplace. The Interdisciplinary Research Program “Organization and Well-being”, for over three decades, has interpreted well-being as a perfectible process, and outlined pathways of work analysis that actually carry out primary prevention.

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