Share in the celebration
April 28th is a time to remember, reflect, and renew
"Once It's Gone, It's Gone: Noise-induced Hearing Loss in the Fishery" - Evaluating the Risk and Impact of Occupational Noise for Fish Harvesters
Highlighting SafetyNet research and tools
Raising awareness of repetitive strain injuries - February 28
Supporting active and ongoing programs of research on psychosocial hazards and mental health at work
New publication by Alan Hall
OHS research and public engagement opportunities
December 3, 2020
Featuring SafetyNet-led research on noise exposure on fishing vessels, the Baie Verte Miners' Registry, and Preventing Occupational Diseases
Supporting and promoting Ocean Frontier Institute-led OHS research
Developing program of research on the impacts of COVID on workplace health and safety
Interactive poster highlighting Workshop messages
Recording and report for the Atlantic Dialogue on Moving Forward Together virtual event now available
Dr. Kim Cullen and Dr. Lorenzo Moro appointed
New SafetyNet-led publication in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine.
Joyce (Noel) O’Doherty Community Lecture
Dr. Emaile Tompa slidecast now available
Get ready for Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Awareness Day on February 29th (the only "non-repetitive" day of the year)
December 3rd marks the 27th anniversary of the United Nations General Assembly resolution 47/3 proclamation of the International Day of Disabled Persons
Yale study links high Levels of depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts among seafarers
PARTICIPANTS NEEDED - MSI prevention programs and practices in the workplace online survey
New story map highlights key research findings
On the Move Partnership, Dr. Barbara Neis finalist for coveted SSHRC award
Highlighting results from the February 2019 roundtable on using and communicating forecast information in Atlantic Canada.
A unique series of free, educational webinars co-presented by the Work, Wellness and Disability Prevention Institute and the On the Move Partnership.
Participate in the Atlantic Engagement Consultation on the Pan-Canadian Strategy on Disability and - June 18, 2019
Important recent research findings from the Institute for Work & Health to mark NAOSH week.
Be safe and prepared - NAOSH and Emergency Preparedness week at Memorial
Registration now open for the Families in Canada 2019 Satellite Conference
50th Annual Conference - “New Horizons” - held for the first time in St. John’s, NL, August 12-15, 2019.
A SafetyNet-led active and ongoing program of research.
Recent results on preventing occupational disease
Vanier Award for University Research Professor
Memorial announces new Interdisciplinary Masters in OHS program
June 10–13, 2018 Memorial University Campus
Occupational health & safety program at Memorial announced.
Canada's National Day of Mourning
Save the Date - April 17th, 2018, St. John's, NL
Healthy & Productive Knowledge Workers: Negotiating Leaves of Absence due to Personal or Familial Mental Health Issues and Returning to Work
Report on the most common carcinogens found in Ontario workplaces and their contribution to cancer.
Report highlighting next steps for SafetyNet now available.
Interested in completing research on Canadian work disability policy? Application deadline: May 31st
Premier occupational medicine conference in Canada held in St. John's June 11-13, 2017.
Final Report now available.
December 6, 2016
Showcasing occupational health & safety research at Memorial University.
Dr. Agnieszka Kosny presentation, Friday, October 28th, 2016
Join SafetyNet and showcase OHS research at Memorial University, October 25, 2016.
The National Day of Mourning, held annually on April 28th, is a time to remember and reflect on lives lost in the workplace. It is also a time to resolve to prevent future tragedies.
Interested in completing a research-based thesis on Canadian work disability policy at Memorial University?
Canadian Work Disability Policy Research
On RSI Day, make use of IWH’s evidence and tools on MSD prevention
Invitation to join
Recording of "Diesel fumes - how harmful are they?" now available
Labour market participation and income of persons with disabilities
View Dr. Barbara Neis' Royal Society of Canada New Fellow Lecture as presented on February 19, 2015.