Our Summer 2015 issue of At Work is out

Learn the findings of a systematic review on regulatory enforcement. Read about a follow-up study on poverty levels of permanently impaired workers and their families—all in the Summer 2015 of At Work.

Read the issue now

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A new IWH plenaries season begins

The season kicks off Tuesday September 8, when Dr. Ellen MacEachen shares findings from a systematic review on the qualitative literature on OHS legislation and regulatory enforcement.

Find out more

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Miss an IWH plenary? Listen to the slidecast!

Most Institute for Work & Health plenaries are also available as slidecasts (slides with audio). So if you missed a recent plenary, you can catch it on our YouTube channel.

Visit the IWH YouTube channel

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5 things we think you should know

The 2015 edition of our popular handout summarizes five key findings from the Institute for Work & Health to consider in your own injury prevention program.

Download the 2015 handout.

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New measure assesses OHS vulnerability

IWH research leads to 29-item survey that gauges vulnerability based on hazards, policies, awareness and empowerment—this and more in the latest issue of At Work.

Read the Spring 2015 issue of At Work.

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Now available: Online office ergonomics training program

Evidence-based and standard-compliant, eOfficeErgo is an online training program designed to help prevent musculoskeletal problems among workers who regularly use computers.

Read about the launch or access the program.

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