Vol. 1 Núm. 1 (2018): January - June
The concept of decent work, human rights, the ethics of care and the ethics of the common good: a perspective of safety and health at work
This article is a product of the reflection generated in the process of inquiry and consultation to prepare and develop the chairs on topics such as psychosocial risks, professional ethics, health education techniques, among others, in an occupational health administration program. 2 One year of teaching experience has been enough to generate critical questions regarding training and research in the professional field. The new reflections are articulated and renewed old questions raised in more than 20 years of professional, teaching and research experience in the field of education and research, but above all as a teacher and worker on issues related to training and education for the demand and guarantee of rights for a decent life. The field of health and safety at work is no exception to think and train in the knowledge of rights and regulatory or legal mechanisms, but also educational and collective and individual action for a life and of course for a job worthy.