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One of the leading OHS research centres in Canada, the Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST) conducts and funds research activities aimed at eliminating risks to worker health and safety and at promoting worker rehabilitation.
Working Safely in the Hazardous Zones of Industrial Machines
Are your fingers white and numb? Learn more about the Hypothenar Hammer Syndrome
Work-related traffic accidents, what are the causes ?
Portrait des tendances de l’emploi au Québec
Study of Machine Safety for Reduced-Speed or Reduced-Force Work
Évaluation de méthodes de prélèvement et de caractérisation de nanomatériaux manufacturés dans l'air et sur des surfaces des milieux de travail
Recognizing Hypothenar Hammer Syndrome
Technical fact sheet: RF-959
Reconnaître le syndrome du marteau hypothénarien
Technical fact sheet: RF-950
Development of an Awareness-Raising Tool on Hypothenar Hammer Syndrome
Knowledge Transfer Activity: 2015-0035
Workplace concerns among workers with occupational disabilities in the form of a musculoskeletal disorder
Research Project: 2013-0041
The effect of wearing hearing protectors and safety helmets on the perception and sound localization of reverse alarms
Research Project: 2016-0009
Update and validation of the content of the guide “Occupational Health and Safety: Ideas and Concepts of Use to WOTP Instructors”
Research Project: 2016-0017
Development of a methodology to assess the performance of antivibration gloves in reducing vibrations while considering dexterity and grasping strength
Research Project: 2013-0020
On a daily basis, the IRSST’s Documentation Centre monitors hundreds of scientific sources concerned with occupational health and safety, and posts the relevant information on the Institute’s OHS watch blogs. The blogs are also enriched through the participation of IRSST personnel in workshops, colloquia, conferences, and other events addressing the main research issues in OHS.
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