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This study's propose is to test the validity ofworklife and occupational health model 's measurement scales. This model includes four groups of structural conditions: work conditions, adaptation conditions, matching work-worker conditions, and subjective experience conditions (occupational well-being and health); and one group of modulating conditions. Using a 719 workers sample, and a cross-sectional design, we tested the significance ofthe explained variance ofthe occupational well-being and work-related mental ill-health scales by means of the resting model's scales . ResuIts support that the measurement scales of the work conditions, adaptation conditions, matching work-worker conditions, and modulating conditions explain significantly the workers' occupational well-being and health. It is concluded that the model is useful for a primary psychosocial risks evaluation in companies.