Institute for Work & Health (IWH) resources can help post-secondary students and instructors in occupational health and safety (OHS), disability management, return to work (RTW) and/or work injury rehabilitation incorporate evidence-based information into their research projects, essays, presentations, lessons and lectures.
IWH Journal Articles
What Researchers Mean By...
Sharing Best Evidence
Tools and Guides
For those who finish their schooling and find themselves on the front lines of work injury and disability prevention, whether in a workplace, union, government body or other organization, IWH offers numerous tools and guides that ensure policies and practices are evidence-based. These
include guides on:
- reducing musculoskeletal disorders in the workplace;
- identying and solving return-to-work problems;
- calculating the costs and benefits of workplace OHS initiatives;
- teaching newcomers about their OHS rights and responsibilities.
Over 15 tools and guides are available: