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Fatigue Risk Management for First Responders: State of Knowledge

Our objective is to develop a consensus-based, evidence-informed national Standard on First Responder Workplace Fatigue Risk Management that will provide an approach to systematically prevent and manage workplace fatigue by addressing it in a strategic, coordinated approach, and as part of a broad organizational management framework.

Fatigue Risk Management for First Responders: Current Landscape of Perspectives, Policies, and Practices

Our objective is to develop a consensus-based, evidence-informed national Standard on First Responder Workplace Fatigue Risk Management that will provide an approach to systematically preventing and managing workplace fatigue by addressing it in a strategic, coordinated approach, and as part of a broad organizational management framework.

Current Fatigue Risk Management Strategies for First Responders

Our objective is to develop a consensus-based, evidence-informed national Standard on First Responder Workplace Fatigue Risk Management that will provide an approach to systematically prevent and manage workplace fatigue by addressing it in a strategic, coordinated approach, and as part of a broad organizational management framework.

Prevention & Management of PTSI in Paramedic Service Organizations: An Environmental Scan of Recommended Programs and Practices

The objective of this environmental scan is to synthesize existing guidelines and recommended practices to prevent and manage work disability related to post-traumatic stress injuries (PTSI) in paramedic service organizations. Findings will contribute to informing the new Canadian Work Disability Management System Standard for Paramedics with a focus on the prevention and management of PTSI and mental illnesses.

Work Disability Management of PTSI in Paramedic Service Organizations: A Needs Assessment

The objective of this needs assessment was to determine gaps and challenges between the current and desired conditions for addressing post-traumatic stress injuries (PTSI) in paramedic service organizations.
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