New risks and trends in the safety and health of women at work

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Flaspöler, E; Hauke, A; Koppisch, D; Reinert, D; Koukoulaki, T; Vilkevicius, G; Žemės, L; Águila Martínez-Casariego, M; Baquero Martínez, M; González Lozar, L; Vega Martínez, S; López Riera, S; Carter, L; Leah, C; Gervais, R; Hassard, J; European Agency for Safety and Health at Work;
  • Publisher: Publications Office of the European Union
  • Identifiers: doi: 10.2802/69206
  • Subject: manop

In 2009 and 2010, the Agency commissioned an update to its previous research on gender issues at\ud work (EU-OSHA, 2003), which found that inequality both within and outside the workplace can have\ud an effect on the health and safety of women at work. This report provi... View more
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