Occupational health surveillance in brazil: challenges in implementing the sustainable development goals in the 2030 agenda
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UFPE Brazil
Publication date: 2023-04-26
Popul. Med. 2023;5(Supplement):A855
Background and objectives:
Occupational Health Surveillance (VISAT) directs health promotion and prevention actions, minimizing worker risks and vulnerabilities. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 agenda propose a global pact, focused on human development involving motivational, political and social issues. This article aims to describe the relationship between SDG 2030 and VISAT, based on the manufacturing process. In this sense, the productive chain of clothing becomes prominent in the Agreste of Pernambuco, they are centers of small industries, generating economic, social and territorial impacts for locals.

This is a systematic study, using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) method, with a search in PubMed, BIREME LILACS, Web of Science Scopus and extension queries. The choice was based on search selection criteria using descriptors, two articles were selected, from the perspective of sustainable development and VISAT, in the query for the introduction of materials aimed at policies on workers health.

The results of the analysis show two articles extracted by PRISMA and three materials in the expanded consultation, which subsidized, changed the theme ODS, VISAT and the production process of clothing. Thus, the SDGs with the greatest reduction in the object, considering goals and indicators, involvement 3 – health and well-being, 6 – drinking water and sanitation, 9 – decent employment and economic growth, 11 – sustainable city and communities, 12 – consumption and responsible production. It is concluded that there are direct correlations between the SDGs and the manufacturing activity, however, there is a limitation in the achievement of goals and indicators, due to factors such as financial investments.

The research enabled a better understanding related to the activity of clothing, VISAT and sustainable development, whose happiness is indicative of establishing better living conditions for the health of workers and communities.

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