Does COR certification lead to lower injury rates?

Evaluations of the Certificate of Recognition programs in BC and Alberta found that certification is associated with lower injury rates.

Violence prevention education in BC healthcare

How, why, for whom, and in what circumstances is the violence prevention education effective in preventing violence and injuries?

Early & safe return to work in construction

Key informant interviews, policy/practice review, and data analysis will identify sector-specific barriers/facilitators to successful RTW.
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Differences in work disability duration between out-of-province and within-province injured workers

January 2021: A new paper in Occupational and Environmental Medicine finds that out-of-province workers experience longer disability durations, particularly in some sectors and in western provinces.

Men and women at work in Canada, 1991–2016

January 2021: A new paper in Labour & Industry describes the distribution of labour by sex/gender across occupations in the Canadian workforce and examines changes in this distribution since 1991.

Anxiety and depression disorders in men and women with work-related strains or sprains

January 2021: A new paper in Occupational and Environmental Medicine examines the prevalence and risk factors for anxiety and depression disorders among men and women with musculoskeletal strain or sprain work injury in BC.

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