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Research Article

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

Table 9

Sensitivity analysis of a variable. Source: authors.

VariableLabelCategories% ACC% VAR

V24Physical effort2—often16.599.21
3—sometimes11.864.48
4—not often7.32−0.06
5—never3.48−3.90

V25Workload1—always6.88−0.50
2—often6.73−0.65
3—sometimes7.740.36
4—rarely7.680.30
5—never7.02−0.36

V26Social support1—always7.36−0.02
2—often7.670.29
3—sometimes7.510.13
4—rarely7.930.55
5—never6.58−0.80

V27Personal development (empowerment)1—always6.74−0.64
2—often7.400.02
3—sometimes8.020.64
4—rarely8.691.31
5—never8.040.66

V28Independence1—always6.46−0.92
2—often6.64−0.74
3—sometimes7.490.11
4—rarely7.970.59
5—never8.721.34

V29Work-related concerns1—none6.34−1.04
2—a little7.490.11
3—regular8.751.37
4—quite a lot9.772.39
5—a great deal7.730.35

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