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See detailMaintenir dans l'emploi le travailleur malade ou blessé : un défi !
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg

Conference (2010, November 25)

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See detailHow to enhance the performance of OSH services ?
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg

Conference (2010, November 23)

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See detailRecherche sur le burnout au sein de la population active belge
Hansez, Isabelle ULg; Firket, Pierre ULg; Braeckman, Lutgard et al

Report (2010)

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See detailPistes d'intervention pour le maintien dans l'emploi et la prévention de l'invalidité
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg; Carlier, Pierre; Schleich, Eveline ULg

in Fiabilité, Résilience et Adaptation - Résumés des communications (2010, September)

Les deux associations scientifiques belges regroupant les médecins du travail d’une part et les médecins-conseils de la sécurité sociale d’autre part ont constitué depuis 2008 un groupe de travail en ... [more ▼]

Les deux associations scientifiques belges regroupant les médecins du travail d’une part et les médecins-conseils de la sécurité sociale d’autre part ont constitué depuis 2008 un groupe de travail en commun afin d’explorer des propositions visant à éviter la rupture du lien d’emploi chez les travailleurs malades de longue durée ou atteints d’un handicap. Les recommandations formulées envisagent trois stades d’intervention : aigu, avant l’intervention de la sécurité sociale, subaigu, lorsqu’il s’agit de prévenir le passage à chronicité, et un stade de prévention de l’invalidité pour les travailleurs absents depuis 6 mois ou plus. Les mesures proposées s’inscrivent dans un cadre de valorisation des capacités restantes du travailleur ; elles répondent à quelques principes essentiels : volontariat du travailleur, reconnaissance de la souffrance de celui-ci par l’entreprise, implication des structures paritaires, précocité de la prise en charge, et synergie entre les professionnels de santé ayant un rôle dans le processus de retour à l’activité. [less ▲]

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See detailStrategies for MSD prevention - A new model proposed by a Belgian task force
Somville, Pierre ULg; Mairiaux, Philippe ULg

in PREMUS 2010, Book of abstracts (2010, September)

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See detailFinancement des missions de prévention des services externes de prévention et de protection au travail
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg; Chanteux, Anne ULg; Schleich, Eveline et al

Report (2010)

voir résumé du rapport de recherche sur : http://www.emploi.belgique.be/WorkArea/showcontent.aspx?id=31670

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See detailPain-related fear predicts disability, but not pain severity : a path analytic approach of the fear-avoidance model
Gheldof, E. L.; Crombez, G.; Van den Bussche, E. et al

in European Journal of Pain (London, England) (2010)

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See detailImplementation of a RTW program for low back pain workers in Belgium : Assessment of the workplace intervention component
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg; Schrijvers, G.; Delaruelle, D. et al

in WDPI 2010, Book of abstracts (2010)

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See detailManagement of low back pain and the working environment
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg

in PREMUS 2010, Book of Abstracts (2010)

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See detailLe rôle du Fonds des Maladies Professionnelles en faveur de la réadaptation des patients lombalgiques
Poot, Olivier; Strauss, Patrick; Mairiaux, Philippe ULg

in Revue Médicale de Bruxelles (2009), 30(4), 326-329

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See detailManagement of low back pain by occupational health physicians - the belgian guidelines
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg; Mazina, D. ULg

in Proceedings ICOH 2009 (2009, March)

Introduction With the support of the Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre (KCE), a systematic review of the EBM literature concerning the management of low back pain (LBP) patients in the occupational ... [more ▼]

Introduction With the support of the Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre (KCE), a systematic review of the EBM literature concerning the management of low back pain (LBP) patients in the occupational health (OH) context has been undertaken in order to issue good practices recommendations for occupational physicians (OP). Methods The guidelines development proceeded in three steps. First, an electronic search was performed to retrieve relevant guidelines and systematic reviews (SR) from 8 international databases. The identified guidelines were appraised using the AGREE method, while SR’s were appraised using the Cochrane Collaboration grid: 7 guidelines and 27 SR’s were selected. A draft of the intended Belgian guidelines was then validated by a group of Belgian OH experts. In a third step, the guidelines were adapted in a more practical format, thanks to a working group involving OP’s coming from 12 OH services and medical advisors (MA) from the sickness funds. Results Two documents have been published with the support of the Belgian Ministry of Labor. The guidelines document (50 p) summarizes the scientific evidence according to the OP main missions : background information to be given to employers and employees, evidence-based prevention policies to promote in the enterprises. As regard the health surveillance of workers, the guidelines consider three situations: periodic health surveillance, spontaneous examinations at the worker request, and return to work examinations after long duration sick leaves. Secondly, a management guide (19 p) is intended for employers and trade unions representatives. Discussion From a health care policy point of view, this study highlighted the major roles of the occupational physician and of the sickness funds medical adviser and stressed the need to better define those roles if decision makers want to tackle the low back pain problem and the economic consequences of the related sick leave. [less ▲]

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See detailImpact of participatory risk assessment approaches on occupational health professional's attitudes and practices
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg; Mazina, D. ULg; Roussel, Sandrine et al

Poster (2009, March)

Introduction In the last 10 years with the support of the Belgian Federal Public Service (FPS) for Employment and Labour and the European Social Fund, prevention advisors (PA) and occupational health ... [more ▼]

Introduction In the last 10 years with the support of the Belgian Federal Public Service (FPS) for Employment and Labour and the European Social Fund, prevention advisors (PA) and occupational health physicians (OP) have been invited to use new methods for risk assessment involving workers’ participation, namely the Sobane strategy, or the Risk/Toxtrainer methodology. This study aimed at evaluating these methods actual use among PA’s and OP’s, and its impact on representations and risk management practices. Methods A national postal survey was conducted in 2007 among a random sample (n=3340) of all professionals registered as PA (>6000) or OP (about 1000) by the FPS. The questionnaire explored those professionals’ familiarity with 12 different risk assessments methods, the nature of their interventions in enterprises, their representations about participation and collected demographic information. Results A total of 859 completed surveys (response rate: 25.7 %) could be analyzed. Among the methods studied, the Kinney-Wiruth accident risk analysis is the most familiar (54% regular users + 19% trained ones). The participatory methods are familiar (users + trained) to respectively 46 % (Sobane) and 11% (Risktrainer) of the respondents. When analyzing practices in enterprises, the professionals familiar with one of the participatory approaches are more often than the other professionals suggesting the use of participation in risk management to colleagues (84 vs 67.5% ; p<0.000) or to the employer (84 vs 73.5% ; p<0.000). Those professionals not familiar with the participatory approaches agree more often with the following statements: “PA role is more to inform than to listen” (p=0.005), “Participatory processes are raising unrealistic expectations among the staff” (p=0.002). Discussion This study shows that participatory risk assessment methods are gaining ground in Belgian enterprises. It also highlights the significant influence that information and training in those methods have had on risk management practices and the professionals’ representations. [less ▲]

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See detailImpact of participatory risk assessment approaches on occupational health professional's attitutdes and practices Proceedings ICOH 2009
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg; Mazina, D. ULg; Roussel, Sandrine et al

Poster (2009, March)

In the last 10 years with the support of the Belgian Federal Public Service (FPS) for Employment and Labour and the European Social Fund, prevention advisors (PA) and occupational health physicians (OP ... [more ▼]

In the last 10 years with the support of the Belgian Federal Public Service (FPS) for Employment and Labour and the European Social Fund, prevention advisors (PA) and occupational health physicians (OP) have been invited to use new methods for risk assessment involving workers’ participation, namely the Sobane strategy, or the Risk/Toxtrainer methodology. This study aimed at evaluating these methods actual use among PA’s and OP’s, and its impact on representations and risk management practices. Methods A national postal survey was conducted in 2007 among a random sample (n=3340) of all professionals registered as PA (>6000) or OP (about 1000) by the FPS. The questionnaire explored those professionals’ familiarity with 12 different risk assessments methods, the nature of their interventions in enterprises, their representations about participation and collected demographic information. Results A total of 859 completed surveys (response rate: 25.7 %) could be analyzed. Among the methods studied, the Kinney-Wiruth accident risk analysis is the most familiar (54% regular users + 19% trained ones). The participatory methods are familiar (users + trained) to respectively 46 % (Sobane) and 11% (Risktrainer) of the respondents. When analyzing practices in enterprises, the professionals familiar with one of the participatory approaches are more often than the other professionals suggesting the use of participation in risk management to colleagues (84 vs 67.5% ; p<0.000) or to the employer (84 vs 73.5% ; p<0.000). Those professionals not familiar with the participatory approaches agree more often with the following statements: “PA role is more to inform than to listen” (p=0.005), “Participatory processes are raising unrealistic expectations among the staff” (p=0.002). Discussion This study shows that participatory risk assessment methods are gaining ground in Belgian enterprises. It also highlights the significant influence that information and training in those methods have had on risk management practices and the professionals’ representations. [less ▲]

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See detailPhysical characteristics of the back are not predictive of low back pain in healthy workers : a prospective study
Van Nieuwenhuyse, An; Crombez, Geert; Burdorf, Alex et al

in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders (2009), 10(2), 1-9

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See detailLombalgie au travail - Un guide pour l'employeur et les partenaires sociaux
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg; Mazina, D. ULg

Book published by Service Public Fédéral Emploi, Travail et Concertation Sociale (2008)

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See detailOfficine et Prévention
Mairiaux, Philippe ULg

Article for general public (2008)

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