Riscos Psicossociais Relacionados ao Trabalho: perspectivas teóricas e conceituais

Pedro Augusto Crocce Carlotto

Resumen


Riscos psicossociais no trabalho são discutidos sob diferentes nomenclaturas, tais como como fatores psicossociais, fatores de riscos psicossociais, estressores e aspectos psicossociais. O objetivo desta revisão é analisar criticamente os aspectos teóricos e conceituais que sustentam as diferentes denominações para riscos psicossociais relacionados ao trabalho. Foram selecionados 64 artigos para composição desta revisão, publicados entre os anos de 2006-2016, nas bases Scopus e Web of Science. Em função dos termos serem descritos indistintamente na literatura, não há uma clara definição de quais fatores são considerados riscos psicossociais ocupacionais. Este cenário afeta a maneira como se compreendem os riscos psicossociais no trabalho, tornando-os de difícil definição e avaliação. O construto precisa de melhor definição teórica e operacional, e mais amparo da legislação em Saúde e Segurança do Trabalho.


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Riscos psicossociais no trabalho; Fatores psicossociais; Riscos psicossociais ocupacionais; Saúde e Segurança no Trabalho

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