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Occupational safety and health interventions to protect young workers from hazardous work – A scoping review
Abstract Occupational injury rates are higher among young people when compared to older age groups. Objective Identifying preventive occupational safety and health interventions that aim at protecting young workers from hazards at work while considering their ongoing physical and mental maturation. Methods We ran a sensitive search strategy in twelve electronic databases to locate studies. Two review authors independently screened titles and abstracts, and later full texts for eligibility. One person extracted the details of studies and another checked for errors. Data were analyzed in an iterative...
Impact of behavior management training on nurses’ confidence in managing patient aggression
Objective The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of behavior management training on nurses' confidence in managing aggressive patients. Background Nurses are at a high risk of experiencing violence directed toward them by patients. Methods This quality improvement project used a pre-and-post study design. A survey was administered within 1 month before behavior management training and 1 month after training, capturing participants' demographic and work characteristics, as well as their experiences with patient/visitor-perpetrated violence. Confidence was measured using the Confidence...
Summary of the evidence on the effectiveness of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training in the workplace
The Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training programme was first developed to train the public in providing help to adults with mental ill-health problems. Recently there has been an increase in undertaking MHFA training in workplace settings. As the regulator for workplace health and safety, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) wishes to understand the strength of the available evidence on the effectiveness of MHFA in the workplace. A rapid scoping evidence review was undertaken that considered three research questions on the impact, influence and application of MHFA training in workplaces. A...
Accidentologie des jeunes travailleurs
Recevoir un enseignement en santé et sécurité au travail réduit le risque d’accidents du travail chez les moins de 25 ans Le département Epidémiologie en Entreprise de l’INRS a réalisé une étude épidémiologique sur les accidents du travail. Cette étude visait à évaluer l’efficacité de l’enseignement en santé et sécurité au travail reçu par de jeunes élèves ou apprentis issus de l’enseignement professionnel. Au terme de cette...
Mieux former les managers et ingénieurs de demain
"Faire évoluer la formation initiale et continue des dirigeants, managers, ingénieurs et chefs de projet pour qu'ils prennent mieux en compte les enjeux de qualité de vie au travail, telle est l'ambition du projet « Faire École » que le réseau Anact-Aract a lancé à l'échelle nationale en 2014. Ce numéro dévoile ce que nos échanges avec le monde de l'entreprise, la formation continue et l'enseignement supérieur ont révélé pour pouvoir faire bouger les lignes...
La qualité du travail au coeur de la formation
Face aux problèmes récurrents de l'insertion et du maintien en emploi, la formation professionnelle en situation de travail suscite un regain d'intérêt auprès des partenaires sociaux et des pouvoirs publics. À la faveur d'une expérimentation initiée par le ministère du Travail, elle pourrait même devenir un format de référence dans les plans de formation. À condition que les entreprises adaptent leurs organisations du travail. Source: Travail & changement , No 361, octobre-novembre-décembre...
Prevention in dangerous industries: does safety certification prevent tree-faller injuries?
Prevention in dangerous industries: does safety certification prevent tree-faller injuries? Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate if safety certification reduces the risk of work injury among experienced manual tree-fallers. Methods: This study used a retrospective cohort study design. Experienced manual tree-fallers employed in the Canadian province of British Columbia (N=3251) between 2003–2008 were enumerated from a mandatory faller registry. Registry records with demographic and certification data were linked to workers' compensation claims for injury outcomes. Data were...
Latino migrant farmworker student development of safety instructional videos for peer education
The purpose of this community-based study was to test effectiveness of a peer-education safety education program that included student-produced videos and photovoice, nested in a 7-week summer Migrant Education Program. The second aim was to evaluate psychometrics of an adapted safety survey from Westaby and Lee used to evaluate changes in safety knowledge and attitudes. This was a one-group pre/post design intervention study. The convenience sample was Latino migrant students (N = 117, middle school [grades 6-8, n = 37], lower school [grades 3-5, n = 80]), with data collected at baseline and post...
Why are occupational health and safety training approaches not effective?
Understanding young worker learning processes using an ergonomic lens Young workers are frequently injured at work. Education and awareness strategies to prevent injuries among young workers are common but they are often ineffective. These approaches emphasize teaching, rather than learning strategies, and appear to contradict recent competency-based developments in education science. This study aimed to gain insight into the actual safety skills learning process of adolescents in an internship in a high school vocational training program. The results are based on auto and allo-confrontation interviews...
Improving health and safety conditions in agriculture through professional training of Florida farm labor supervisors
Because farm labor supervisors (FLSs) are responsible for ensuring safe work environments for thousands of workers, providing them with adequate knowledge is critical to preserving worker health. Yet a challenge to offering professional training to FLSs, many of whom are foreign-born and have received different levels of education in the US and abroad, is implementing a program that not only results in knowledge gains but meets the expectations of a diverse audience. By offering bilingual instruction on safety and compliance, the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences...
La santé et la sécurité du travail dans les centres de formation professionnelle
La prévention, un projet collectif Ce document vise à fournir des connaissances et des pistes de travail pour développer la santé et la sécurité du travail (SST) dans les centres de formation professionnelle (CFP) ou pour poursuivre le travail amorcé. Il peut aussi être utile pour les programmes techniques au collégial. Il s'appuie sur les résultats de la recherche Formation professionnelle et SST : Exploration des problématiques concernant les élèves et les enseignants en centres de formation professionnelle...
The effects of Crew Resource Management (CRM) training on flight attendants' safety attitudes
INTRODUCTION: A number of well-known incidents and accidents had led the aviation industry to introduce Crew Resource Management (CRM) training designed specifically for flight attendants, and joint (pilot and flight attendant) CRM training as a way to improve teamwork and communication. The development of these new CRM training programs during the 1990s highlighted the growing need for programs to be evaluated using research tools that had been validated for the flight attendant population. METHOD: The FSAQ (Flight Safety Attitudes Questionnaire-Flight Attendants) was designed specifically to...
Reducing work and family conflict in teachers: a randomised controlled trial of Workplace Triple P
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of a workplace parenting intervention aimed at reducing work-family conflict and improving work and family functioning in teachers. One hundred and seven teachers (who were also parents) were randomly allocated to either a Workplace Triple P intervention condition or a waitlist control condition. Analyses indicated the intervention had a positive effect on a range of occupational variables including work-to-family conflict, family-to-work conflict, occupational stress and teaching efficacy. Intervention effects were also found for family- and...
Changements dans les entreprises et accès des seniors à la formation continue : une comparaison entre les années 1990 et 2000
L’article examine si la dynamique des contextes professionnels dans l’industrie est associée à des profils spécifiques de formation selon l’âge. On observe, au cours des années 1990, un déficit de formation à l’informatique pour les ouvriers et employés de 50-59 ans dans les entreprises ayant un usage avancé des technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC), déficit qui n’est plus visible pendant la décennie suivante où l’on identifie en revanche un moindre accès...
Prévention des RPS : améliorer l’offre d’accompagnement des entreprises
La monté des risques psychosociaux entraîne une forte demande d’accompagnement de la part des entreprises. Face à la qualité inégale de l'offre, le ministère du travail à confié à l'ANACT une mission d'animation de réseaux de consultants. Conseils, RRH, syndicalistes et institutionnels étaient réunis à Paris le 11 septembre pour échanger sur les modalités d'animation en région. Retour vidéo. Source : http://www.anact.fr/web/actualite/essentiel?p_thingIdToShow...
Guide pour la promotion de la santé mentale au travail
Santé et sécurité psychologiques: Guide de l’employeur. La Commission de la santé mentale du Canada a fait paraître un guide qui s’adresse principalement aux employeurs et au personnel des ressources humaines. L’objectif du guide est l’amélioration de la santé psychologique des employés au sein de leur milieu de travail. Des mesures à adopter sont proposées pour un milieu de travail sûr sur le plan psychologique favorisant la sécurité, la motivation et la productivité des employés...
Healthy Design, Creative Safety
Approaches to health and safety teaching and learning in undergraduate schools of architecture In January 2010, the HSE and RIBA commissioned a team from the University of Sheffield to undertake a research project into the teaching of health and safety in undergraduate schools of Architecture in the UK. The need for the research was recognized by previous studies into 'identification and management of risk in undergraduate construction courses' [2001 and 2004] which highlighted the need for schools of architecture to have a more consistent and integrated approach to the teaching of health...
Prévention des risques psychosociaux : quelle formation pour les managers ?
Face à l'émergence des risques psychosociaux, former les managers à la prévention s'avère être un enjeu essentiel. Pour outiller les entreprises sur ce sujet, l'ANACT propose un guide gratuit en téléchargement. Le spectre de l’offre de formation en prévention des RPS est large. L’ANACT est allée voir de plus près. Avec ce guide, elle propose une typologie des contenus et des modalités pédagogiques ainsi qu’une démarche nourrie de cas d’entreprises pour mener à...
Review of safety resources for recent immigrants entering the Canadian workforce
This national scan from the Institute for Work & Health looks at some of the services, programs and resources on occupational health & safety and workers' compensation that are available to recent immigrants to Canada. It discusses trends in the types of resources available, identifies important gaps and highlights case studies of programs that present interesting opportunities for providing this information to newcomers. Source : http://www.iwh.on.ca/other-reports
The Effectiveness of Workplace Training
Training is an important part of efforts to reduce workplace injury, illness, and death. In the United States, the total cost of workplace training is over $100 billion per year.1 In light of the costs and time involved with safety and health training, businesses want to know whether training can meet the goals of decreasing workplace injuries and illness, and whether the cost of training programs can be justified. To better understand if occupational health and safety training and education programs have a beneficial effect on workers and businesses, the National Institute for Occupational Safety...
BBS Winning Over Employees in India
A professor who has conducted nearly 200 behavior-based safety workshops at Indian industrial companies during the past 15 years reports BBS has increased safety, improved accident prevention practices, and raised the safety culture of the fast-growing country's manufacturing sector. Twenty-five safety awareness surveys of organizations in various locations in India reveal that the level of safety awareness among managers is within the range of 75-85 percent, and among non-managers it is within the range of 70-80 percent. Hence, a nearly 25-30 percent improvement in the safety awareness level...

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