Oneiric Stress And Safety And Security At Work: The Discovery Of A New Universal Symbol
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299 - 308
A. Accettura, M. Aufiero, A. Anghileri, A. Briccola, G. Canevaro, N. Catelli, M. Cavalleri, R. Cusani, E. De Lucia, F. Borghini, F. Garzia, M. Lombardi, P. Luraschi, M. Paddeu, G. Rossi
Cox and Griffiths define as psychosocial risks at work “those aspects of the planning, organization and management of work, which, along with their environmental and social contexts, may affect mental and physical health of the employees, directly or indirectly producing stress”. Therefore, a more effective approach to occupational safety and security should include integrated risk management through the identification of any work stress related problem. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the possible correlation of risk at work with the modification of sleep, and inside it, the specific function of dream activity.
occupational safety and security, work related stress, dream activity