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Martha Isabel Riaño Casallas

Francisco Palencia-Sánchez

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Resumen

La seguridad y la salud en el trabajo tradicionalmente se han abordado desde diferentes disciplinas, pero ha predominado el enfoque desde las ciencias de la salud. Por tal razón, el objetivo de la presente revisión es establecer cuál ha sido el aporte y abordaje desde las ciencias económicas en el campo de la seguridad y la salud en el trabajo. Para tal fin, se realizó una búsqueda sistemática de literatura en bases de datos como Econlit, jstor, PubMed, isi y Scopus. Para el análisis de la información se elaboraron fichas de contenido y una matriz resumen, además, se construyó un mapa para identificar las principales temáticas abordadas, las cuales
se relacionan con evaluaciones económicas de las intervenciones en seguridad y salud en el trabajo, los sistemas de gestión en salud laboral, la relación entre salud y productividad y los costos del accidente y la enfermedad laboral.

Keywords

occupational health, occupational risks, economics, health economics, occupational diseases, occupational accidents (Mesh)salud laboral, riesgos laborales, economía, economía de la salud, enfermedades profesionales, accidentes de trabajo (Decs)saúde laboral, riscos laborais, economia, economia da saúde, doenças profissionais, acidentes de trabalho (Decs)

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Cómo citar
Riaño Casallas, M. I., & Palencia-Sánchez, F. (2016). Dimensión económica de la seguridad y la salud en el trabajo: una revisión de literatura. Gerencia Y Políticas De Salud, 15(30). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.rgyps15-30.dess
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