Category Archives: Disability Management

Users of IWH’s participatory ergonomics guide report better awareness of key steps

Evaluation study finds high interest in participatory ergonomics, but little opportunity for implementation Evidence over recent years has shown that workplace ergonomics interventions can be effective if they engage workers to identify hazards and come up with solutions. This approach, called “participatory ergonomics,” is based on the idea that, when workers, supervisors and other workplace …

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Workplace Bullying: Let’s Break the Silence

If someone asks you about “bullying”, your memory may pull you back to your school days of witnessing such behaviour occurring, or even being bullied yourself. One might presume that this challenge would have been left behind following high school graduation. Unfortunately, this is not the case. According to experts, “40% of Canadians have experienced …

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