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The value of occupational safety and health and the societal costs of work-related injuries and diseases
This report details the findings of the second stage of EU-OSHA’s project to estimate the costs of occupational injuries, diseases and deaths at European level. Two approaches are developed to estimate costs: 1.a bottom-up approach based on individual components of costs — direct, indirect and intangible costs 2.a top-down approach based on international data on the economic burden of injury and disease. The cost estimations focus on five countries — Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Poland — for which sufficient data are available and which are representative...
Occupational diseases in Finland in 2012
This publication presents a statistical summary of recognized and suspected occupational diseases in Finland. The first part of the publication is a review, which aims to give an overall picture of the incidence of occupational diseases in 2012, and of the main trends in recent years. The second part consists of statistical tables, which describe in greater detail the occurrence of occupational diseases in Finland in 2012. Source:
High work intensity but greater working time flexibility
Since 1992, the quality of working life in Finland has been monitored from the perspective of employees by the Working Life Barometer. The survey provides an indication of past trends, the current situation and expected future trends. In 2012, almost half of the respondents felt the employment situation was getting worse and a third thought the performance of their employer was declining. Work intensity is considered to be high while working time flexibility has increased. Source:
Distribution and characteristics of occupational injuries and diseases among farmers: A retrospective analysis of workers' compensation claims
Background Research indicates occupational injuries and diseases are not evenly distributed among workers. We investigated the distribution and characteristics of compensated occupational injuries and diseases requiring medical care in the Finnish farming population. Methods The study population consisted of 93,564 Finnish farmers, spouses, and salaried family members who were covered by the mandatory workers' compensation insurance in 2002. This population had a total of 133,207 occupational injuries and 9,148 occupational diseases over a 26-year period (1982–2008). Results Clustering...
Injuries in the commercial fishing fleet of Norway 2000–2011
A working fishing vessel at sea is an elaborate collection of interacting accident potentials, barely controlled. Even the deck underfoot betrays the unwary, as can every other aspect of the normal daily grind onboard, as fishers ply their trade in weather foul and fair. All elements of the vessel at sea conspire in making this the most dangerous and difficult of all professional callings, an inexplicable calling where life and limb are continually at risk. This article is based on an examination of reported occupational injuries from the Norwegian fishing fleet from 2000 to 2011. The aim is the...
Finland-Occupational diseases statistics 2010
In 2010, a total of 5839 (recognized and suspected) occupational diseases were notified into the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health’s Register of Occupational Diseases (FROD), i.e. 24 cases per 10 000 employed workers. In 2005, the figure was 7038 (29.3 cases per 10 000 employed workers), and in 2009, 6299 (25.6 cases per 10 000 employed workers). Source :
Analysing factors related to slipping, stumbling, and falling accidents at work: Application of data mining methods to Finnish occupational accidents and diseases statistics database
The utilisation of data mining methods has become common in many fields. In occupational accident analysis, however, these methods are still rarely exploited. This study applies methods of data mining (decision tree and association rules) to the Finnish national occupational accidents and diseases statistics database to analyse factors related to slipping, stumbling, and falling (SSF) accidents at work from 2006 to 2007. SSF accidents at work constitute a large proportion (22%) of all accidents at work in Finland. In addition, they are more likely to result in longer periods of incapacity for work...
Finlande : Augmentation des violences physiques au travail et moins d'accidents professionnels
L’Institut Finlandais pour la Santé Professionnelle (FIOH) vient de publier une étude sur les conditions de travail en Finlande. L’enquête met en avant la baisse des accidents du travail et l’augmentation de violences dans l’environnement professionnel. Publiée en septembre 2011, l'étude "Fewer occupational accidents but more violence at work" (EN) insiste sur l’augmentation des violences physiques sur le lieu de travail constatées en Finlande entre 2003 et 2009 : celles-ci ont été multipliées...
Point statistique AT/MP FINLANDE Données 2008
Données statistiques relatives aux accidents du travail, maladies professionnelles et accidents de trajet en Finlande en 2008. Source :

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