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Prácticas recomendadas para programas de seguridad y salud
OSHA ha actualizado recientemente la Guía para los programas de seguridad y salud que lanzado por primera vez hace 30 años, para reflejar los cambios en la economía, los lugares de trabajo, y la evolución de las cuestiones de seguridad y salud. Los métodos recomendados presentan un enfoque paso a paso para la implementación de un programa de seguridad y salud, construido alrededor de siete elementos básicos que componen un programa exitoso.
Safe and Sound: Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs
OSHA has recently updated the Guidelines for Safety and Health Programs it first released 30 years ago, to reflect changes in the economy, workplaces, and evolving safety and health issues. The Recommended Practices present a step-by-step approach to implementing a safety and health program, built around seven core elements that make up a successful program.
NIOSH Workplace Safety & Health Topics: Opioids
The effects of opioid use and misuse are not isolated to work or home environments, and the potential for addiction may be preceded by injuries that happen in the workplace, with the consequences affecting both an individual’s working life as well as their home life.
NIOSH Healthy Work Design and Well-Being Program
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Healthy Work Design and Well-Being Program seeks to improve the design of work, work environments, and management practices in order to advance worker safety, health, and well-being. This short document summarizes goals and strategies of the program.
Issue #56: Supervisor Support Training Makes a Difference for Worker Well - being
The article appears in CPH News and Views, from Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace, as contributed by Leslie Hammer, Associate Director of the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center.
2018's Most and Least Stressed States
Certain states have contributed more than others to elevating — or decreasing — stress levels in the U.S. WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 38 key indicators of stress to determine the places to avoid and achieve a more relaxing life.
A Systems Approach to Worker Health and Wellbeing
This document summarizes The Campbell Institute's research findings and recommended current approach as related to Total Worker Health.
Source: Campbell Institute
National Public Radio Special Series: The Rise of Contract Workers
This series produced by National Public Radio, addresses current issued related to contract workers, including safety, pay and other benefits.
Guarding Minds at Work: A Workplace Guide to Psychological Health and Safety
At the heart of Guarding Minds at Work is a survey tool and summary reports that compare your results against a 2016 nationally representative sample of workers in industries and geographical regions across Canada.
Walk-in Doctor Visits at Work? Welcome to the Office Health Center
The Wall Street Journal explores how, to keep employees healthy and productive, businesses are bringing medical care into the workplace.