National Occupational Injury Research Symposium (NOIRS)
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Intervention Evaluation Contest
Contest for Occupational Injury Intervention Finding Out What Works (or Doesn’t)!
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) sponsored a contest to recognize outstanding evaluations of interventions designed to prevent work injuries. The evaluations may have been any safety intervention, from a simple tool or equipment change at a single worksite to a comprehensive program implemented at multiple sites. Interventions could address training, protective equipment, or policies applied throughout a corporation, industry, state or nationally, such as an OSHA standard.
Evaluating the Effect of an Intervention to Prevent Patient-Handling Injuries among Hospital Workers: Support for the Collection of Intermediate Measures of Intervention Adoption and the Integration of Quantitative and Qualitative MethodsAuthors: A Schoenfisch, HJ Lipscomb, D Myers, L Pompeii, JM Dement and T James
A Randomized Controlled Study of Targeted Occupational Health and Safety Consultation or Inspection in Ontario WorkplacesAuthors: S Hogg-Johnson, L Robson, D Cole, E Tompa, P Subrata, BC Amick, P Smith, D van Eerd and C Mustard
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- Page last reviewed: May 10, 2012 (archived document)
- Content source:
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Division of Safety Research