Public Attitudes towards and Experiences with Workplace Safety

Workplace safety has been largely neglected both by policy makers and by those measuring public attitudes and the experiences of workers. This report examines 1) support for workplace safety measures, 2) public attention to workplace safety, 3) worries about workplace homicides, 4) miscellaneous other workplace safety issues, and 5) workers assessment of safety in their workplace, including experiences of injuries and related problems such as onthe job stress, exhaustion, and dangerous working conditions.


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