At Work archive

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Emerging evidence points to negative health effects of physical work demands No. 105, Summer
COVID worries highest among workers with both physical, mental health disabilities No. 105, Summer
IWH hosts new program to mentor Ontario’s frontline doctors in occupational medicine No. 105, Summer
Unemployment benefits linked to lower mortality rates over 10 years: IWH study No. 105, Summer
What research can do: COVID-related research from IWH: findings to watch for No. 104, Spring
Claim suppression study in B.C. finds under-claiming of work injury to be common No. 104, Spring
Education, type of work lessen pandemic job loss in youths with rheumatic diseases No. 104, Spring
Weaker OHS procedures, policies explain small employers’ higher injury risks: study No. 104, Spring
Costs of providing UV ray protection at job sites outweighed by averted skin cancers No. 104, Spring
Nine trends that will likely shape future of work for groups of vulnerable workers No. 104, Spring
Having depression leads to lower earnings over 10 years: study No. 104, Spring
What research can do: Workplace COVID outbreaks reported by Ontario public health account for one in 20 cases in working-age adults No. 103, Winter
Precarity more likely for older, new workers with disabilities No. 103, Winter
At-work cannabis use linked to work factors, including some not expected: IWH study No. 103, Winter
Impact of COVID, and signs of progress, in the spotlight at disabilities and work conference No. 103, Winter
People’s reasons for disclosing episodic disabilities linked to support they receive No. 103, Winter
Union firms have lower lost-time claim rates, study in ICI construction confirms No. 103, Winter
Cochrane back group earns high praise for its rigorous systematic reviews No. 102, Fall
Rapid COVID-19 testing a potential game-changer in worker protection No. 102, Fall
COVID-19: Challenges and opportunities in OHS and social security highlighted at global session No. 102, Fall
Adequacy of COVID infection control and PPE linked to workers’ mental health: study No. 102, Fall
Depressive symptoms in people with arthritis linked to lower employment rates No. 102, Fall
Socioeconomic gaps in early mortality widening over two decades: study No. 102, Fall
What research can do: Estimating the role of workplaces in COVID-19 transmissions No. 101, Summer
Comparing the costs, benefits of silica dust prevention methods for construction workers No. 101, Summer