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Musculoskeletal disorders - Psychosocial factors.

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Musculoskeletal injuries topic box: 2012
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2012
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A workplace psychosocial factor is a non-physical aspect of the workplace that is developed by the culture, policies, expectations, and social attitude of the organization. In this way, psychosocial factors define what demands are placed upon a worker while they are performing their job. If the worker's individual attributes and abilities cannot meet these demands, the worker may experience stress induced responses that can contribute to the development of musculoskeletal disorders.
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