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Psychosocial risks in labour and social security law : a comparative legal overview from Europe, North America, Australia and Japan, Loïc Lerouge, editor

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Psychosocial risks in labour and social security law : a comparative legal overview from Europe, North America, Australia and Japan
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Psychosocial risks in labour and social security law
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a comparative legal overview from Europe, North America, Australia and Japan
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Loïc Lerouge, editor
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eng
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158.7
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Lerouge, Loïc
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Aligning perspectives on health, safety and well-being
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  • Work
  • Work environment
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Industrial safety
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Psychosocial risks in labour and social security law : a comparative legal overview from Europe, North America, Australia and Japan, Loïc Lerouge, editor
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  • Foreword; Contents; 1 Work-Related Psychosocial Risks: Key Definitions and an Overview of the Policy Context in Europe; 1.1 The Policy Context to Psychosocial Risks in the European Union; 1.1.1 Binding Instruments (Hard Law); 1.1.2 Non-binding Instruments (Soft Law); 1.2 Overall Conclusions on the Policy Context to Psychosocial Risks in the European Union; General Legal Perspectives on Psychosocial Risks at Work; 2 Health and Safety Law and Psychosocial Risks at Work: A Comparative Overview of France and Other Countries; 2.1 Introduction
  • 2.2 Quick Overview of the French Health and Safety at Work Legal Arrangements Structure2.3 Legal Provisions with Potential but with Little Space for Mediation; 2.3.1 Application of the Legal Provisions Beyond Bullying and Psychological Harassment; 2.3.2 Little Recourse to Mediation in France and Increasing Numbers of Court Cases; 2.4 French Case Law: The Contrast with Other Countries; 2.4.1 The Specific French Approach: Strict Liability; 2.4.2 A Specific French Feature: Judicial Intervention in Management Authority
  • 3 Comparative Study of the Psychosocial Risks Prevention Enforcement by the European Labour Inspectorates3.1 The European Campaign of the SLIC on Psychosocial Risks; 3.2 The Concept of Psychosocial Risks; 3.3 The Discussion About the Scope of the Psychosocial Risks; 3.3.1 Stress and Violence in the Workplace; 3.3.2 Working Time as a Psychosocial Risk Factor; 3.3.3 Discrimination and Restructuring; 3.3.4 The Interaction with Other Risks; 3.3.5 Psychosocial Aspects not Enforceable by Labour Inspectors; 3.4 Factors that Affect the Effective Application of Risk Prevention Rules in the Workplace
  • 3.4.1 Psychosocial Risks Legislation3.4.2 Employee's Pressure; 3.4.3 Social Pressure; 3.4.4 Employers' Own Interest; 3.4.5 Inspectors' Pressure; 3.5 The Role of the Labour Inspectors; 3.6 Common Principles in the Psychosocial Risks Management Process; 3.6.1 The Need to Prepare an Evaluation of Psychosocial Risks; 3.6.2 The Evaluation Method; 3.6.3 The Experts' Role; 3.6.4 The Employees' Participation; 3.6.5 The Measures that Derive from the Evaluation; 3.6.6 Carrying Out the Measures, Its Planning and Its Control; 3.6.7 Psychosocial Risk Assessment in Small Enterprises
  • 3.6.8 The Reactive Response of Labour Inspectors4 Effectiveness and Problematic Aspects of the EU Framework on Psychosocial Risks; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 The Prevention of PSRs in European Union Law, Between Hard Law Sources …; 4.3 … and Soft Law Sources; 4.4 The EU Regulatory Framework on PSRs: Effectiveness, Problematic Aspects and Foreseeable Developments; 5 Prevention of Psychosocial Risks in Labour Law: Role of the Law and Collective Bargaining; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Stakeholders Involved in Prevention at Work; 5.2.1 No Speciality Rule; 5.2.2 Employers; 5.3 Prevention Mechanisms at Work
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Psychosocial risks in labour and social security law : a comparative legal overview from Europe, North America, Australia and Japan, Loïc Lerouge, editor
Publication
Copyright
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unknown
Carrier category
online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword; Contents; 1 Work-Related Psychosocial Risks: Key Definitions and an Overview of the Policy Context in Europe; 1.1 The Policy Context to Psychosocial Risks in the European Union; 1.1.1 Binding Instruments (Hard Law); 1.1.2 Non-binding Instruments (Soft Law); 1.2 Overall Conclusions on the Policy Context to Psychosocial Risks in the European Union; General Legal Perspectives on Psychosocial Risks at Work; 2 Health and Safety Law and Psychosocial Risks at Work: A Comparative Overview of France and Other Countries; 2.1 Introduction
  • 2.2 Quick Overview of the French Health and Safety at Work Legal Arrangements Structure2.3 Legal Provisions with Potential but with Little Space for Mediation; 2.3.1 Application of the Legal Provisions Beyond Bullying and Psychological Harassment; 2.3.2 Little Recourse to Mediation in France and Increasing Numbers of Court Cases; 2.4 French Case Law: The Contrast with Other Countries; 2.4.1 The Specific French Approach: Strict Liability; 2.4.2 A Specific French Feature: Judicial Intervention in Management Authority
  • 3 Comparative Study of the Psychosocial Risks Prevention Enforcement by the European Labour Inspectorates3.1 The European Campaign of the SLIC on Psychosocial Risks; 3.2 The Concept of Psychosocial Risks; 3.3 The Discussion About the Scope of the Psychosocial Risks; 3.3.1 Stress and Violence in the Workplace; 3.3.2 Working Time as a Psychosocial Risk Factor; 3.3.3 Discrimination and Restructuring; 3.3.4 The Interaction with Other Risks; 3.3.5 Psychosocial Aspects not Enforceable by Labour Inspectors; 3.4 Factors that Affect the Effective Application of Risk Prevention Rules in the Workplace
  • 3.4.1 Psychosocial Risks Legislation3.4.2 Employee's Pressure; 3.4.3 Social Pressure; 3.4.4 Employers' Own Interest; 3.4.5 Inspectors' Pressure; 3.5 The Role of the Labour Inspectors; 3.6 Common Principles in the Psychosocial Risks Management Process; 3.6.1 The Need to Prepare an Evaluation of Psychosocial Risks; 3.6.2 The Evaluation Method; 3.6.3 The Experts' Role; 3.6.4 The Employees' Participation; 3.6.5 The Measures that Derive from the Evaluation; 3.6.6 Carrying Out the Measures, Its Planning and Its Control; 3.6.7 Psychosocial Risk Assessment in Small Enterprises
  • 3.6.8 The Reactive Response of Labour Inspectors4 Effectiveness and Problematic Aspects of the EU Framework on Psychosocial Risks; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 The Prevention of PSRs in European Union Law, Between Hard Law Sources …; 4.3 … and Soft Law Sources; 4.4 The EU Regulatory Framework on PSRs: Effectiveness, Problematic Aspects and Foreseeable Developments; 5 Prevention of Psychosocial Risks in Labour Law: Role of the Law and Collective Bargaining; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Stakeholders Involved in Prevention at Work; 5.2.1 No Speciality Rule; 5.2.2 Employers; 5.3 Prevention Mechanisms at Work
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9783319630656
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