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Conclusion The study suggests a potential for reducing sickness absence through multifactorial interventions towards smoking, obesity, physical and psychosocial work environment exposures. The study showed that differences in work environment exposures account for 40% of the cases of high sickness absence.doi:10.1093/occmed/kql058 pmid:16818473 fatcat:ukeyzq46zjatvcgea6mnhlx33a