Table. 3.

Effects of Work Environment on Health Problems

Variables Musculoskeletal disease Fatigue Headache, eye strain



OR (95% CI) p OR (95% CI) p OR (95% CI) p
Biochemical risks 1.01 (0.99~1.03) .337 1.03 (0.98~1.03) .740 1.02 (0.99~1.04) .154
Ergonomic risks 1.05 (1.03~1.08) <.001 1.04 (1.01~1.06) .001 1.05 (1.02~1.07) .001
Psycho-social risks
Demands at work 0.99 (0.97~1.01) .259 0.99 (0.97~1.01) .382 0.99 (0.97~1.01) .420
Work organization and contents 0.98 (0.96~0.99) .023 0.99 (0.97~1.01) .142 0.99 (0.96~1.01) .365
Collaboration and leadership 1.01 (0.99~1.04) .402 1.03 (1.01~1.06) .031 1.03 (0.99~1.06) .183
Work-individual interface 0.99 (0.96~1.02) .553 1.05 (1.02~1.08) .002 1.01 (0.96~1.04) .958

Adjusted by covariates (gender, age, education, income, company size, employment type, night work, shift work, weekly working hours) and other work environment variables.

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