HN1400 - Occupational Health & Safety
Chapter 1 Introduction
Occupational health and safety (OH&S) the identification, evaluation, and control of hazards
associated with the work environment.
Occupational injury any cut, fracture, spr
1. Under the "Duty to Cooperate in Return-to-Work," what are employers required to
Contact the worker as soon as possible after the injury occurs.
Provide suitable and available employment.
2. What is
The owner of a retail clothing store and a salesperson are having an argument. The salesperson
is arguing that the trouble with the health and safety law is that only the worker has
responsibility for safety - the employer has no obligations. His boss, no
1. What is the web address for the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
2. What is the name of the CCOHS bi-monthly newsletter?
3. Raynaud's phenomenon is primarily a concern for workers who handle _ tool