Eurobarometer Data Service

Eurobarometer 39A     March-June 1993     ZA No.  2348

Health and Safety Issues

Special Topics:

  • Attitudes towards health and safety at work

Documents and Data:

Remarks:

  • Eurobarometer 39A presents the attitudes of respondents who participated in the surveys 39.0 and 39.1 regarding questions A.1 to A.10 on "Health and Safety at Work" available in the framework of both questionnaires, 39.0 and 39.1. For the analysis of actively employed respondents special weighting variables are provided.
     
  • Current archive dataset version / update: v1.0.1 (2012)
  • Errata

Publications:

  

 

Sample size

Fieldwork dates Field-Questionnaires pdf
France 2023 25 Mar 93 - 29 May 93 -
Belgium 2056 20 Mar 93 - 02 Jun 93 -
Netherlands 2009 27 Mar 93 - 03 Jun 93 -
Germany (West) 2063 25 Mar 93 - 30 May 93 -
Italy 2063 25 Mar 93 - 31 May 93 -
Luxembourg 1013 16 Mar 93 - 05 Jun 93 -
Denmark 2000 20 Mar 93 - 03 Jun 93 -
Ireland 2009 13 Mar 93 - 04 Jun 93 -
Great Britain 2139 19 Mar 93 - 31 May 93 -
Northern Ireland 614 19 Mar 93 - 04 Jun 93 -
Greece 2003 19 Mar 93 - 29 May 93 -
Spain 2022 19 Mar 93 - 31 May 93 -
Portugal 2000 22 Mar 93 - 31 Jun 93 -
Germany (East) 2127 25 Mar 93 - 30 May 93 -
Questionnaire Copyright and Acknowledgements

Errata:

  • RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION is documented as "Orthodox" for code '3' in the original Eurobarometer codebooks and basic questionnaires starting with survey number 32. This is not correct in the case of the NETHERLANDS. Dutch respondents have been asked for the Protestant section "Gereformeerd" in the place of "Orthodox".
  • Starting with Eurobarometer 34 and up to survey 61, NUTS 1 level data (REGION II) for the NETHERLANDS are not (re-)coded
    in accordance with the official EUROSTAT nomenclature of territorial unit statistics. The NUTS 2 level province ZEELAND should be
    coded as belonging to NUTS 1 region (landsdel) WEST instead of SOUTH Netherlands. (ZA editions will be corrected from EB 53 onwards, November 11, 2005)

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