At Work archive

Article Issue
IWH briefing explores business cycles and workers’ compensation No. 56, Spring
IWH disability benchmarking partnership helps workplaces improve outcomes, reduce costs No. 56, Spring
OHS management audits differ in what they assess and how No. 56, Spring
New IWH senior scientist reaches out to policy-makers No. 55, Winter
Preventing upper extremity MSDs: What works and what doesn’t No. 55, Winter
Tools you can use: A practical way to apply best evidence No. 55, Winter
Pilot program decreases duration and costs of workers’ comp claims No. 55, Winter
Small firms need OHS services tailored to their needs No. 55, Winter
A bridge from the “ivory tower”: involving communities in research No. 54, Fall
Canadian youth enter the job market early, IWH study finds No. 54, Fall
Research team examines the relationship between business and OHS outcomes No. 54, Fall
IWH develops six messages to help prevent MSDs No. 54, Fall
Disability income security programs are poorly coordinated No. 53, Summer
New Mustard Fellow plans to study prevention efforts, media campaigns No. 53, Summer
Massage relieves, but does not cure, chronic low-back pain No. 53, Summer
Immigrant workers experience different health and safety issues No. 53, Summer
HSAs to develop an education role in return to work No. 52, Spring
Work accommodation offers are on the rise, but not always accepted No. 52, Spring
New tool opens dialogue on return-to-work issues No. 52, Spring
"Toxic dose" of too many problems can lead to long-term claims No. 52, Spring
A return to work may not mean a full recovery No. 52, Spring
IWH has a rich history in return-to-work research No. 52, Spring
Mental health issues and medication use in injured workers No. 52, Spring
More evidence in favour of return to work and disability management No. 52, Spring
Resources and support are vital in a PE program No. 51, Winter