alexa Work-related research, education and training in developing countries.
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Journal of Ergonomics

Author(s): Ahasan R, Imbeau D

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Work-related research, education, and training (WRET) have not been widely recognised in many developing countries (DCs) as the most important factor for sustainable workplace improvement. There are many reasons why WRET is still neglected or remains unrecognised. Empirical research, advanced studies, and training abroad do not seem to be cost-effective for many people living in DCs because of enormous obstacles. Therefore, it is not easy to demonstrate that WRET result in workplace improvement in diverse situations in each DC. Taking into consideration poor health and safety in various workplaces, this paper aims to stimulate critical opinions and discussions on WRET, which are yet to be given high priority in the national agenda to ensure industrial production and social progress.

This article was published in International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics and referenced in Journal of Ergonomics

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