Acta Bioeth 2016 Jun;22(1):111-118
Acibadem University School of Medicine, Department of History of Medicine and Ethics, Acibadem University School of Medicine, Kayisdagi, Atasehir-Istanbul, Turkey.
Work-related diseases, injuries, risks and deaths are the issues that have been recently gaining importance especially in developing countries. The ethical dimensions of occupational health and safety have remained as relatively understudied areas. Concepts such as responsibility, consent, autonomy, paternalism, choice, and certain values or justifications that are used in medical ethics and bioethics are also applicable to occupational health and safety. Read More