Occupational Health: the Global Value and Evidence

Effective occupational health measures result in the absence of health impairment (although this consequently remain invisible unless properly monitored). However, in general, existing economic evaluations sketch a mostly bright picture of the benefits of investing in occupational health.
Most work-related diseases are multifactorial in origin and appear after a relatively long latency period between exposure and health effects. Despite the difficulties and the challenges in the economic evaluation of occupational health interventions, both literature and case studies provide evidence of the global rationale for investing in occupational health for enterprises.

Source: https://www.som.org.uk/sites/som.org.uk/files/Occupational_Health_the_Global_Value_and_Evidence_April_2018.pdf

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