Workplace Organizational Policies and Practices in Ontario Educational Facilities

@article{Cullen2005WorkplaceOP,
  title={Workplace Organizational Policies and Practices in Ontario Educational Facilities},
  author={Kimberley L. Cullen and Renee M. Williams and Harry S. Shannon and Muriel G. Westmorland and Benjamin C. Amick},
  journal={Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={417-433}
}
Background: Workplace organizational policies and practices (OPPs) play a pivotal role in managing injury and disability. This study identifies the workplace OPPs in Ontario’s education sector. Methods: OPPs were examined using a cross-sectional survey with 157 participants. The relationship among the type of school, workplace OPPs and injury and disability outcomes were investigated. Results: Mean subscale scores (potential range 1–5) varied from 3.1 (SD, 1.0) to 4.2 (SD, 0.6) for all schools… CONTINUE READING

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