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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Webinar: Workplace Community Transmission of Covid-19

Sept 2020: PWHS Co-Director Mieke Koehoorn is speaking with Cheryl Peters of CAREX Canada about a recent analysis of media articles on workplace outbreaks of COVID-19 in a webinar hosted by the Industrial Accident Victims Group of Ontario (IAVGO) and CAREX Canada Oct 5 at 11am PT. This webinar is intended for law and labour professionals, or anyone interested in workers’ health.

New paper: Age differences in work-disability duration across Canada

September 2020: A new paper by Jonathan Fan, Robert Macpherson, Chris McLeod and colleagues examined age differences in work disability duration and found that older age is not always strongly associated with worse disability duration outcomes.

Webinar: Understanding Gender Differences in Work-Related Health Outcomes

Sept 2020: Research Associate Robert Macpherson will discuss differences in work-related health outcomes between men and women, and how an understanding of these differences can be used to improve work disability management and rehabilitation policy and practice, in a webinar hosted by the Work Wellness Institute on Sept 9 at 10am PT. Please register in advance.

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