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Subject: [DCHAS-L] infoIRSST: News About Research
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2017 08:10:12 -0400
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infoIRSST
News About Research
August 2017 (Second Issue)

Vol. 11, No. 5
Work and OHS among 15-Year-Olds in Qu̩bec

A study published by the IRSST and the Institut de la statistique du Qu̩bec (ISQ) is presenting data on youth employment during the school year. Students aged 15 to 19 are increasingly entering the labour market in Qu̩bec.
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Mining companies: New tools for the safe integration of new workers
Protecting against Falls from Heights: How to Design a Horizontal Lifeline System
Mining Companies
Tools for the Safe Integration of New Workers

Did you know that during their first few months on the job, new workers are at much greater risk of sustaining a compensated time-loss injury than experienced workers? By virtue of its activities, the Qu̩bec mining industry faces its own particular challenges when it comes to the safe integration of new workers.
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Protecting against Falls from Heights
How to Design a Horizontal Lifeline System

Falls from heights are still a major cause of workplace accidents. Too often, workers don??t use lifelines because there is no anchor point available, or because they find that fixed anchor points limit their movements too much. This limitation can be overcome, however, with the use of a horizontal lifeline system.
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Machine Safety : Hands-On Experimentation with Risk Estimation Parameters and Tools
Machine Safety
Hands-On Experimentation with Risk Estimation Parameters and Tools

From 1999 to 2003, 64,000 accidents and 100 deaths were determined to be attributable to hazardous machines in Qu̩bec industries. Although the tools and methods for estimating the risks associated with this equipment offer a first-line prevention strategy, an IRSST study revealed that they come in very different forms and that a number of their characteristics can have a significant influence on the estimated level of risk.
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New Research Projects That Might Interest You
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Suspension Seats: A State-of-the-Art Review

Assessment of Occupational Chemical Contaminant Exposure and Health Risk in Qu̩bec??s Primary E-Waste Recycling Industry

Assessing the Impact of Wearing Hearing Aids on Postural Control in Workers with Hearing Loss

IRSST
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514 288-1551 | http://www.irsst.qc.ca

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