OSH in the Movies

If our original blog entry on Alice in Wonderland's Mad Hatter has demonstrated anything, it is that OSH-related issues permeate the movies—whether they are from Hollywood or Bollywood, blockbusters or independent films, foreign flicks or documentaries—and whether the OSH issues are portrayed on screen or occurred while making the movies. A recent release from Peru, "The Milk of Sorrow" [La teta asustada], describes a young woman exploited by her employer while working as a maid. Another recent release, "Last Train Home," portrays the devastating impact of occupational stress on migrant workers in present-day China caught between its rural past and industrial future. And lest the reader be lulled into thinking occupational hazards are relegated to America's past, "The Company Men," opening in October, describes the stress and disruption of workplace downsizing on the lives of three workers (Ben Affleck, Tommy Lee Jones and Chris Cooper), their families and their communities.

Source : http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/blog/nsb092310_movies.html

Envoyé: 2010-09-28 11:45 par Maryse Gagnon | avec aucun commentaire
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