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Vulnerable workers - young, new, aging, plus migrant/immigrant workers - are disproportionately employed in physically demanding or hazardous jobs. This puts them at higher risk for workplace injuries and illnesses.
Choose from the following available resources
|Health and Safety Awareness for Ontario Workers||$15.00|
|Mental Health: Awareness||—|
|Mental Health: Health and Wellness Strategies||$49.00|
|Mental Health: Signs, Symptoms and Solutions||$49.00|
|Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs): Awareness||—|
|Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs): Prevention||—|
|Prevent the Spread of COVID-19: Guidance for Temporary Foreign Workers||—|
|Bullying is Not Part of the Job||—|
|Farming Mental Health in Canada Infographic||—|
|Fatigue and Work Infographic||—|
|New Worker Orientation Infographic||—|
|New Worker Safety in Canada Infographic||—|
|Three Basic Rights of Canadian Workers||—|
|Workers' Basic Rights in Canada||—|
I want to...
|A Closer Look at Nonvisible Disabilities||—|
|Peer-to-Peer Support and Mental Health in the Workplace: An Interview with Steve Tizzard||—|
|Workplace Injuries: A Personal Story||—|