At Work archive

Article Issue
IWH study in construction sector suggests unionized firms are safer No. 82, Fall
Injured shift workers report poorer health outcomes than injured day workers: study No. 82, Fall
Distinct types of OHS vulnerability seen in young, temporary, small business employees No. 82, Fall
Qualitative systematic review highlights new regulatory, implementation issues in OHS No. 82, Fall
Research key to finding way forward during WSIB reform: Nachemson speaker No. 82, Fall
Users of IWH’s participatory ergonomics guide report better awareness of key steps No. 82, Fall
Workers’ comp benefits keep poverty low among permanently impaired workers and their families, study by IWH finds No. 81, Summer
Inspections with penalties linked to lower injuries: IWH review No. 81, Summer
Evidence-based questionnaire helps JHSCs pinpoint strengths, weaknesses No. 81, Summer
IWH leading indicator tool wins over advocates across Canada No. 81, Summer
Grant round-up: Measuring OHS investment, impact of mandatory training and more No. 81, Summer
Practitioners in workplace health and safety value research in decisions but lack for time No. 80, Spring
Online office ergonomics training program now available from IWH No. 80, Spring
Mark your calendars for PREMUS 2016 No. 80, Spring
IWH research on vulnerable workers leads to tool for measuring risk factors No. 80, Spring
Workers’ compensation systems vary greatly in their medical assessment practices No. 80, Spring
IWH research plays key role in shaping WSIB policies that led to better outcomes No. 80, Spring
Work disability puts people at risk of premature death, study finds No. 79, Winter
Employer supports improve function and productivity of workers with arthritis No. 79, Winter
Nachemson lecturer shared lessons from 20 years of tracking impact at NIOSH No. 79, Winter
Premium rates, work demands play role in whether injuries involve time loss No. 79, Winter
Work-related injuries decline in Ontario but no reduction found in non-work injuries No. 79, Winter
Success stories offer new guidance to organizations on path of OHS change No. 78, Fall
Preventing upper extremity MSDs: What the latest research says No. 78, Fall
Health-care use remains higher for two years among workers with job-related concussions No. 78, Fall