Trucking Wellness: An Industry’s Response to Managing HIV/AIDS

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CASE STUDY. In 2012, South Africa still had one of the highest prevalences of HIV/AIDS in the world.

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Trucking Wellness: An Industry’s Response to Managing HIV/AIDS: Abstract

Trucking Wellness: An Industry’s Response to Managing HIV/AIDS is a case study by Stephanie Townsend and Conrad Viedge.

In 2012, South Africa still had one of the highest prevalences of HIV/AIDS in the world. In 2011, 10.6% of the total population and 16.6% of the adult population (people between 15 and 49 years of age) were HIV positive. This paper examines the response of the South African trucking industry, a sector where employees were particularly at risk of contracting the virus, and one of its attempts to curtail the spread of HIV amongst its employees.

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This document was written to provide an example of what one industry is doing in response to the spread of HIV/Aids in South Africa and to generate discussion about how other industries and companies could do something similar.

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