Table 2

Main occupational exposures collected from questionnaires

Lifelong careerCurrent job
Organisational constraintsProfession
Going to bed after midnight at least 50 days/yearEmployer
Getting up before 05:00 at least 50 days/yearJob grading, qualification
Not sleeping at night at least 50 days/yearType of contract
Daily work time of more than 10 hours at least 50 days/yearWorking hours
Working more than one in two Saturdays or two Sundays during the yearSize of the company
Having <48 consecutive hours of rest per weekTravel time to work
Repetitive and time-constrained jobContact with the public
Alternating times shift-based jobRating of intensity of physical effort
Exposure to noiseStanding, repeated actions
Exposure to physically difficult work, carrying heavy loadsKneeling, crouching and leaning
Exposure to chemicalsDriving site machinery
Exhaust fumes (excluding during the home to work trip)Driving vehicles
Solvents, diluents, degreasing agents, disinfectantsHandling, moving, bearing heavy loads difficult gestures
DustUsing vibrating tools
Oil and grease (cutting fluids, engine oil, hydraulic oils, etc.)Using computer monitor or control screen keyboard
FuelUsing data entry devices
Other: pesticides fertilisers, glues or adhesives asbestos glass or rock wool insulating materials paint, varnish ink, stains, radiation artificial UVExposure to extreme temperatures
Biological exposureWorking in the open air
Infectious risk (microorganisms, viruses, contact with live or dead animals)Effort-reward imbalance scale35
UV, ultraviolet.