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Intervention of outside firms is coactivity a major risk factor?


, : Intervention of outside firms is coactivity a major risk factor?. Travail Humain 49(3): 225-236

Coactivity is often cited by researchers and safety specialists as being among the organizational factors which play a part in occupational injuries; the intervention of outside firms into so-called user firms would seem to create exactly the right conditions for the occurrence of this particular accident factor. According to the results of a study carried out in this field, accidents often befall outsiders but are rarely caused by coactivity in the strict sense of the term. A more precise definition of "coactivity" is proposed.

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