At Work 54 (Fall 2008)

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Most of us know that musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) can be painful and disabling to workers. Plus these injuries to muscles, ligaments or other soft tissues negatively affect your company’s bottom line. Preventing MSDs can help enhance workers’ health, increase productivity and improve your compan
Published: November 10, 2008
Young people in Canada aged 12 to 14 are working in greater numbers than most would suppose. Nearly 53 per cent of youth in Ontario and 42 per cent in British Columbia reported working during the school year, according to a new study conducted at the Institute for Work & Health.
Published: November 10, 2009
Most safety research does not examine business outcomes such as productivity and profits, while business research tends to “ignore” safety outcomes such as injury rates. Little is known about the relationship between these two areas. A unique new research team identified this gap in their search of
Published: November 10, 2009
Institute scientists devote a considerable proportion of their time to ensuring their research is clear and meaningful for non-academic audiences. Guiding this process is the department of Knowledge Transfer and Exchange (KTE).
Published: November 10, 2009