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Research Article

Psychosocial and Ergonomic Conditions at Work: Influence on the Probability of a Workplace Accident

Table 10

Sensitivity analysis of a variable and sector. Source: authors.

VariablesCategorySector

Total (%)Agrarian (%)Industry (%)Construction (%)Services (%)
7.389.529.869.986.55
V24Physical effort2Often16.5912.3119.3317.0815.29
V25Workload3Sometimes7.749.9210.4110.336.78
V26Social support4Rarely7.9310.3210.7110.286.90
V27Personal development (empowerment)4Rarely8.6910.8212.1511.507.44
V28Independence5Never8.7211.4911.8511.627.41
V29Work-related concerns4Quite a lot9.7712.0712.7612.998.58

A priori” total and by sector accident probability values.

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