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Advancing workplace health protection and promotion for an aging workforce.
Loeppke-RR; Schill-AL; Chosewood-LC; Grosch-JW; Allweiss-P; Burton-WN; Barnes-Farrell-JL; Goetzel-RZ; Heinen-L; Hudson-TW; Hymel-P; Merchant-J; Edington-DW; Konicki-DL; Larson-PW
J Occup Environ Med 2013 May; 55(5):500-506
OBJECTIVE: To explore issues related to the aging workforce, including barriers to integrating health protection and promotion programs, and provide recommendations for best practices to maximize contributions by aging workers. METHODS: Workgroups reviewed literature and case studies to develop consensus statements and recommendations for a national approach to issues related to older workers. RESULTS: Consensus statements and actions steps were identified for each of the Summit goals and call-to-action statements were developed. CONCLUSIONS: A national dialogue to build awareness of integrated health protection and promotion for the aging workforce is needed. Workers will benefit from improved health and performance; employers will realize a more engaged and productive workforce; and the nation will gain a vital, competitive workforce.
Total-Worker-Health; Worker-health; Employee-health; Age-factors; Health-protection; Health-programs; Health-services; Work-practices; Case-studies; Work-performance; Work-capability; Work-capacity; Protective-measures; Preventive-medicine; Injury-prevention; Disease-prevention; Occupational-health; Demographic-characteristics; Sociological-factors
Ronald R. Loeppke, MD, MPH, US Preventive Medicine, 5166 Remington Dr, Brentwood, TN 37027
Issue of Publication
Healthcare and Social Assistance; Wholesale and Retail Trade
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
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University of Iowa at Iowa City
Page last reviewed: May 5, 2020
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division