Nov 22, 2012
On ne peut pas toujours prévoir à quel moment des situations d'urgence surviendront; elles peuvent se produire rapidement, pour ainsi dire sans avertissement. Ce que nous savons toutefois, c'est que la planification et la préparation peuvent vous aider, vous et votre organisation, à surmonter plus facilement les...
Nov 22, 2012
We don't always know when an emergency will occur; they can happen fast, with little warning. What we do know is that planning ahead and preparing can help you and your organization cope better during and after a major disaster, and minimize the impact on families, workplaces and the community. This podcast offers tips...
Oct 23, 2012
Description: Dr. Cheryl Zimmer from the Canadian Association of Optometrists discusses Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). Listen to this podcast to find out how to identify, treat and prevent this common condition affecting workers in the computerized workplace.
Sep 4, 2012
Dr. Birgitte Blatter, Business Line Manager of Healthy, Vital and Safe Work at TNO in the Netherlands explores the role workplace psychosocial factors play in the development of musculoskeletal symptoms and disorders.
Dr. Blatter is also a featured presenter for CCOHS’ Forum IV that will take place October 29th and...
Jun 22, 2012
Dr. Kevin Kelloway, the Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health Psychology at Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia explains what positive psychology is and how it relates to workplace stress.
Released: June 22,
File Size: 15.7 MB
Length: 16:09 min