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Obesity in the workplace PDF Print E-mail
Posted by Administrator in Articles on January 19, 2011

Overweight and obesity are classifications of a person’s excess body fat and are commonly assessed using the Body Mass Index (BMI). The BMI is derived from a person’s weight (in kilograms) divided by their height (in meters) squared (kg/m²). An adult is considered overweight if their BMI is greater than 25 kg/m²

Workplace Stress PDF Print E-mail

Stress has potential to alter a person’s health, job motivation or commitment to work. We become more productive by knowing and practicing ways how to deal with stress at work.

51% of Canadian employees experience a great deal of stress at work.

Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 15:44
Effective workplace health management PDF Print E-mail
Posted by Administrator in Articles on January 26, 2011

It can be argued that the workforce is the most important human asset for any corporation and certainly, the health of the

workforce has been an increasing area of concern over the last two decades.

With rapid industrial expansion , the subsequent changes in the nature of work available to regional populations,has seen

employment practices grow around these new industrializing needs,

Manage your job stress PDF Print E-mail
Posted by Administrator in Articles on January 26, 2011

In this difficult economy, you may find it harder than ever to cope with challenges on the job. Both the stress we take with us when we go to work and the stress that awaits us on the job are on the rise – and employers, managers, and workers all feel the added pressure.

Health Surveillance PDF Print E-mail
Posted by Administrator in Articles on June 10, 2011


What is Health Surveillance

Health Surveillance is a process involving a range of strategies and methods to systematically detect and assess the early signs of adverse effects

on the health of workers exposed to certain health hazards and subsequently acting on the results.

Diabetes and Employment PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 29 January 2011 18:46

The  integration  of  diabetics  into  Industry  poses  a  significant  challenge  to  Industry, especially type I diabetics. Up until a few decades ago, fear and ignorance of diabetes, coupled with lack of awareness and education by the public and patients led to diabetics being excluded from the work force.

Last Updated on Friday, 22 February 2013 21:47
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