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Workplace health development: complementarity of activity analysis and risk representations. Returns on a device for participatory design of work organization with a biological risk in hospitals

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This article illustrates the potential benefits of psychology and ergonomics. The study is based on action research methods within a public hospital and mobilizes a complementarity of practices. In a context of organizational design of work situations dealing with biological hazards, the main aim of the study was to reconcile the issues of occupational risk prevention and maintaining high work efficiency, both leading to the development of health at work. The analysis of the activity is enriched by the risk representations, in a preventive and developmental aim of health at work. This article takes the form of two feedbacks on collective devices integrating complementary methods and analyses, included in real work activity analysis. Our results show that the analysis of work activity can benefit from taking into account individual and collective representations for the co-design of work situations and their continuous improvement. The challenges of developing occupational health, relying on individual, collective and organizational resources, are thus highlighted.

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hal-03602594 , version 1 (09-03-2022)

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Irene Cottin, Gerard Vallery. Workplace health development: complementarity of activity analysis and risk representations. Returns on a device for participatory design of work organization with a biological risk in hospitals. Activités, 2018, 15 (2), ⟨10.4000/activites.3498⟩. ⟨hal-03602594⟩

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