Cette étude avait pour objectif d’évaluer l’effet de la norme québécoise Entreprise en santé sur les facteurs de travail physiques et psychosociaux défavorables et problèmes musculo-squelettiques liés au travail.
Objective Evaluate the effect of the Quebec Healthy Enterprise Standard (QHES) on adverse physical and psychosocial work factors and work-related musculoskeletal problems (WMSP).
Methods Workers of ten organizations completed questionnaires before (n = 2849) and 2-3 years following (n = 2560) QHES implementation. Outcomes were assessed using validated instruments.
Results Workers exposed to adverse physical and psychosocial work factors had a higher prevalence of WMSP. After interventions, the prevalences of one adverse physical and three adverse psychosocial work factors were lower among workers exposed to interventions. Among men exposed to physical and psychosocial interventions, the lower prevalence of neck WMSP is compatible with a beneficial intervention effect. Other results generally showed few effects on WMSP.
Conclusions Results suggest that QHES implementation lead to a decrease in some adverse physical and psychosocial factors. Few effects were observed on WMSP.
AUBÉ, Karine, DUCHAINE, Caroline S., DIONNE, Clermont E.[et al.], « Evaluation of the Quebec Healthy Enterprise Standard Effect on Adverse Physical and Psychosocial Work Factors and Work-Related Musculoskeletal Problems », Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Publish Ahead of Print, novembre 2018, [En ligne : https://journals.lww.com/joem/Abstract/publishahead/Evaluation_of_the_Quebec_Healthy_Enterprise.98534.aspx].