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While only about 300 workers receive disablement benefit for industrial dermatitis every year, there may be between 15,000 and 60,000 new cases of this condition every year.
These figures are gross underestimates of the true incidence of occupational ill-health.
According to UK official statistics, every year about 2000 lives are lost through occupational disease or injury, about 20,000 major industrial injuries occur （e.g. skull fracture, loss of sight） and
Every year, about 10 million of the 150 million workers in the European Community are affected by incidents,” accidents” or diseases at work.
We are now focusing on the adverse effects of work on health, although the positive effects of appropriate work on health and well-being are no less important.
Work is an important determinate of health. It can influence health positively or negatively.
What types of sports do you like watching or playing？（Why？）
Do you think companies should provide sports facilities for their staff？（Why？）
What problems do staff usually have when they are under the burden of a heavy workload？
Do you ever feel overworked？（Why？/Why not？）
While the free health clinic costs $1 million to operate, it is $500 000 less than the costs the company would realize if employees were treated elsewhere.
For example, it is estimated that SAS turnover rate is 4 percent compared to the industry norm of more than 20 percent per year.
Not really. It is shrewd business operations.
Are companies providing these services to look good to the community or because they are financially successful？
Coca-Cola found that employees who participated in wellness and exercise programs used fewer sick days and tended to be more productive on their jobs.
The company also offers an exercise physiologist to help employees suffering from stress.