At Work archive

Article Issue
What research can do: SAFE Work Manitoba incorporates IWH tool into safety culture framework No. 95, Winter
Supportive supervisors help reduce risks when workers face hazards, lack protection No. 95, Winter
Developing a new screening tool of psychosocial hazards No. 94, Fall
Calculating the costs of employers’ work-related injury prevention efforts in Ontario No. 94, Fall
Emerging issues and innovative prevention approaches seen in latest IWH projects No. 94, Fall
What research can do: OHS change model informs WSPS’s approach to small businesses No. 92, Spring
Embedding essential skills training in OHS lessons can boost learning: study No. 92, Spring
IWH’s new guide on supporting workers with depression integrates research with practice No. 92, Spring
Violence prevention efforts face challenges despite commitment from hospital leaders No. 92, Spring
Workplace facilities and environments can help workers exercise during off-hours No. 92, Spring
Examining forepersons’ safety leadership and other indicators of safety climate No. 91, Winter
Standing too long at work carries twice the risk of heart disease as sitting too long No. 90, Fall
Study on prolonged standing and heart disease: Setting the record straight No. 90, Fall
IWH study examines effect of Ontario’s mandatory OHS training on awareness No. 89, Summer
Developing a contextual understanding of systematic review findings in OHS No. 89, Summer
Therapy can help manage depression, but in Manitoba, access to therapists is a concern No. 89, Summer
Long-term care home sees safety culture change after participatory ergonomics study No. 88, Spring
IWH work on provincial review supports new mining safety culture and systems audit tool No. 88, Spring
Employers wanted for study on OHS spending No. 87, Winter
OHS vulnerability as defined by IWH tool linked to self-reported injury rates No. 87, Winter
Vulnerability survey helps employer assess worker OHS awareness, empowerment No. 86, Fall
Ontario utility continues to benefit years after joining participatory ergonomics study No. 86, Fall
PREMUS 2016 brings together MSD prevention scientists and practitioners to share evidence No. 85, Summer
Forceful repetition a carpal tunnel risk factor No. 85, Summer
Employers that focus on both operations and safety don’t have to sacrifice either No. 85, Summer