CONTENTS — volume 31, no 5, 2005

Published: Oct 2005


Long workhours are a safety risk—causes and practical legislative implications

Original article

Long workhours, work scheduling and work-related injuries among construction workers in the United States
Stressful life events and occupational accidents
Occupational risk of affective and stress-related disorders in the Danish workforce
Association between work-related psychological stress and arterial stiffness measured by brachial-ankle pulse-wave velocity in young Japanese males from an information service company
Acute effects of cigarette smoking on the heart rate variability of taxi drivers during work
Reduced productivity after sickness absence due to musculoskeletal disorders and its relation to health outcomes
Job strain and risk of musculoskeletal symptoms among a prospective cohort of occupational computer users
Utility of restricted neck movement as a diagnostic criterion in case definition for neck disorders
A new bricklayers’ method for use in the construction industry


Opportunities and challenges for collaboration in research and practice in injury prevention across work and other settings