At Work archive

Article Issue
Embedding essential skills training in OHS lessons can boost learning: study No. 92, Spring
Newcomers often lack OHS protection and information in their precarious first jobs No. 91, Winter
Workers with disabilities report greater hazard exposure and lower protection No. 90, Fall
OHS vulnerability as defined by IWH tool linked to self-reported injury rates No. 87, Winter
Distinct types of OHS vulnerability seen in young, temporary, small business employees No. 82, Fall
IWH research on vulnerable workers leads to tool for measuring risk factors No. 80, Spring
People hit by joblessness in early 1990s faced higher risk of dying within 10 years No. 74, Fall
Permanent work injury lowers women’s chances of marriage No. 72, Spring
Mental health suffers among workers permanently impaired by job injury No. 72, Spring
Over-qualified recent immigrant men at increased risk of job injury No. 70, Fall
Study finds persistence of higher injury risk for new workers No. 69, Summer
Temp agency workers falling through cracks in OHS system No. 69, Summer
What’s next for RAACWI? No. 68, Spring
Hot off the presses...and into the hands of practitioners No. 67, Winter
Change is possible: Ontario youth WSIB claim rate declining No. 66, Fall
Over-qualified immigrants at risk of poorer mental health No. 64, Spring
Immigrant worker safety: IWH develops OHS information tool for newcomers No. 64, Spring
Investigating temporary employment in Canada No. 62, Fall
IWH provides expertise to Ministry of Labour panel No. 62, Fall
Research findings from CARWH conference now online No. 61, Summer
Leading work-health researchers to attend Toronto conference No. 60, Spring
Dyslexia linked to higher risk of work injury among youth No. 58, Fall
Study suggests ways to improve safety among hard-to-reach, out-of-school young workers No. 57, Summer
Immigrant workers experience different health and safety issues No. 53, Summer
Research explores health and safety issues in immigrant workers No. 47, Winter