Search Resources (English): Workplace health

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Preventing work-related injuries: standing on the job
Looks at the health problems women can face when they stand on the job. Examines how these injuries occur and ways to prevent them. (See Details)
Published: 2005
Annotated bibliography on reproductive health hazards in the workplace in Canada
Presents an annotated bibliography with an emphasis on Canadian material and experience since 1980 and relevant legal cases since 1970 on reproductive health hazards in the workplace.
Published: 1988
Gender equality, work and health: a review of the evidence
Summarizes the evidence about the relationship between gender inequality and health and safety problems related to work. It reviews gender issues in research, policies and programmes on occupational health and safety, and highlights some specific issues for women.  (See Details)
Published: 2006
Occupational health of women in non-standard employment
Examines factors affecting the occupational health of women in non-standard employment in the retail trade. (See Details)
Published: 2003
Provides access to federal, provicial and territorial occupational health and safety information. Offers sources of legislation, publications, statistics, training, research, guidance to good practices, and programs. (See Details)
One-eyed science: occupational health and women workers
Describes the long-standing difficulties in gaining attention for the occupational health of women.
Published: 1998
Short report. Dispelling myths and understanding realities: working conditions, health status, and exiting experiences of sex w
Looks at the sex trade from a work perspective, arguing that there is an urgent need to give voice to sex workers located in indoor as well as outdoor venues. (See Details)
Published: 2001
Preventing work-related injuries: health hazards
Looks at the visible and invisible work-related hazards women face. Examines ways to prevent workplace injuries. (See Details)
Published: 2005
The effect of caregiving on the health of informal caregivers: presentation of findings
Presents the findings of a study that examines the effects of caregiving on the health and well-being of a small non-representative sample of urban women caregivers. Eleven informants participated in two interviews, the first interview exploring caregiving from their personal experience, the second seeking classification and elaboration. Analysis revealed that the domain of caregiving could be captured by three dominant themes: first, the experience of loss and grieving; secondly, adapting and coping to the new reality; and finally, the short and long term impact of caregiving. This study affirms the need to begin now to involve caregivers locally, regionally, and nationally in developing and implementing policy that will make a difference.
Published: 2000
Our health, our future: creating quality workplaces for Canadian nurses. Final report of the Canadian Nursing Advisory Committee
Details 51 recommendations for improving the work life of nurses. Addresses the central issues identified as barriers to a quality workplace for Canadian nurses, namely: the need to increase the number of nurses; the need to improve the education and maximize the scope of practice of nurses; and the need to improve working conditions of nurses. (See Details)
Published: 2002