Incidence and correlates of lost-time claims among adolescents and young adults in Ontario and British Columbia

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Approval date: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2002
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Not Available
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Journal Publication

  • Breslin, F.C; Smith, P.M. "Trial by fire: A multivariate examination of the relationship between job tenure and work injuries." Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2006) 63  27-32
  • Breslin, F.C.; Smith, P.; Koehoorn, M.; Lee, H. "Is the workplace becoming safer?" Perspectives on Labour and Income (2006)  7  18-23
  • Breslin, F.C.; Koehoorn, M.; Smith, P.; Manno, M. "Age-related differences in work injuries and permanent impairment:  A comparison of workers' compensation claims among adolescents, young adults, and adults." Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2003) 60  10e-16e

Conference abstract/presentation

  • Breslin, F.C.; Smith, P.M.; Tompa, E.; Mustard, C.A. "Young workers in the 1990’s: Did their risk of work injury decline as much as adults?" 132nd annual meeting of American Public Health Association, November, 2004, Washington, DC
  • Breslin, F.C; Smith, P.M.; Tompa, E. "Age-related differences in lost-time claim rates." 2nd meeting of Working on Safety, Dresden, Germany, September 1 -3, 2004
  • Breslin, F.C.; Smith, P. "Baptism of fire: Age-related differences in job tenure and lost-time claim rates." 2nd meeting of the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health, 2003, Montreal, Quebec

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