This book presents the many facets of training in the critical analysis of work over the past fifty years in various European countries, Quebec and Latin America. The book focuses mainly on the circulation of knowledge and tools, and comes with a DVD and the original versions of many documents (video, audio and text). The authors are trade unionists, OSH experts, company training officers, researchers in ergonomics, occupational psychology, sociology, etc. Available only in French.

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