Applied psychosociology
The applied psychosociology identifies, analyses, assesses and it tries to prevent the risks derived from the interaction of the worker with pychosocial factors of the work.

Topics: Risk prevention at work | Tags: Coordination, Evaluation, Model of prevention, Prevention, Psychology, Psychosociology
Applied psychosociology

Pychosocial factors of the work are related to the conditions of the organisation, the content of the work and the performance of the task. They can affect to the well-being or your workers' health and to its tasks' development.

The mental load, emotional demands, the time and the content of the work, the payment of the function, the autonomy, as well as the social support and the style of command are some pychosocial factors that we will develop in this document.