Diagnóstico Sociolaboral e de Saúde dos Trabalhadores Rurais do Entorno do Distrito Federal: Em Busca de Identificar um Perfil
Keywords:Health of Rural Workers, Basic Sanitation, Illness, Accidents, Personal Protection Equipment.
AbstractIt's a descriptive type of study, with a quantitative approach, developed with 41 rural workers, all participants of the fair AgroBrasília. The data were collected through structured interviews conducted in May 2015 and were analyzed based on the questionnaire which was separated into three great groups (socioeconomic data, basic sanitation and the health of the social workers) and referenced in the covered topics. The goal is to identify the profile of the rural workers who frequent the Feira Internacional dos Cerrados - AgroBrasília. From this research, it was observed that these rural workers are exposed to and vulnerable to illness process. Moreover, they're at risk of getting in accidents by inadequate work condition and bad use of Personal Protection Equipment. Studies are suggested which could contribute on developing proposals that aim to improve their health and life quality.
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