Bem-estar no Trabalho: Evidências na Indústria da Construção

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https://doi.org/10.26512/gs.v11i1.27141

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saúde, indústria da construção, revisão sistemática

Resumo

Trabalhadores que atuam na indústria da construção são expostos a diversos fatores estressantes, e realizam tarefas exigentes em ambientes de trabalho perigosos, afetando a saúde, a segurança e o bem-estar. O objetivo desta pesquisa é identificar os principais aspectos que estão sendo relacionados ao bem-estar no trabalho (BET) em profissionais do setor da construção. O método consiste na execução de uma Revisão Sistemática da Literatura (RSL) em 10 bases de dados internacionais. Um total de 93 publicações apontou 89 aspectos relacionados ao tema. Dentre os principais aspectos encontrados, 31% referem-se a medidas de BET e estresse, 19,8% a saúde física, 14,5% a segurança, 6,1% a saúde mental e 4,4% a aspectos gerais. Os achados desta pesquisa refletem razoavelmente a singularidade dos profissionais da indústria da construção e ratificam a necessidade de uma abordagem convergente a respeito do tema, que, certamente, poderia proporcionar práticas mais eficientes e objetivas de fomento ao bem-estar

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Biografia do Autor

Felipe de Sá Moreira, Universidade Federal do Pará

Engenheiro Civil. Mestrado em engenharia civil. Discente de doutorado / Universidade Federal do Pará E-mail: samoreira@ufpa.br

Luiz Maurício Furtado Maués, Universidade Federal do Pará

Engenheiro Civil. Doutorado em engenharia civil. Professor / Universidade Federal do Pará. E-mail: maues@ufpa.br

Ana Carolina de Albuquerque Freitas, Universidade Federal do Pará

Acadêmica de Engenharia Civil. Acadêmico de engenharia civil / Universidade Federal do Pará. E-mail: carol.albuquerquef@gmail.com

Claudionor Andrade Farias Júnior, Universidade Federal do Pará

Engenheiro Civil. Mestrado em engenharia civil. Discente de doutorado / Universidade Federal do Pará. E-mail: claudionorfj@gmail.com

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