What do changing demographics mean for workplace health and safety?
If you knew your workforce was going to experience changing risks, increased exposure, longer recoveries from injury and greater effects associated with co-morbidities, you would act! The fact is, our workforce is changing and few organizations are even aware of the change let alone the consequences.
[This post contains slides and content arising from my presentation to the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Association of Canada (OEMAC) Scientific ...
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