Stressors and Injury for Construction Workers
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About Stressors and Injury for Construction Workers
Stressors and Injury for Construction Workers are developed by Goldenhar, L. M., Williams, L. J., and Swanson, N. G. The aim of scale is to assess whether a relationship exists between self-reported job-task demands, organizational stressors, psychological and physical symptoms, and injuries or near-miss incidents at work.
This questionnaire consists of 47 items that elicit information on the respondent’s job-task demands, organizational stressors that they may encounter, and their exposure to, or protection from, work-related stressors. It also collates information on psychological and physical symptoms, injuries, and near-miss incidents.
It is founded on a stress-injury model and has been used to test whether work stressors could be related, either directly or indirectly through the mediating effects of physical or psychological symptoms/strain, to self-reported injuries or near-miss incidents.
- Goldenhar, L. M., Williams, L. J., & Swanson, N. G. (2003). Modelling relationships between job stressors and injury and near-miss outcomes for construction labourers. Work & Stress, 17, 218-240.
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