Personal and Occupational Characteristics Have Been Shown to Affect the Likelihood
Personal and occupational characteristics have been shown to affect the likelihood of accidents occurring.Provide three clear examples of personal characteristics that have been shown to lead to increased accidents occurring at the workplace.For each,discuss what actions can be taken by the employer to reduce the likelihood of accidents occurring for that group.
Using an example of a workplace injury,explain how the workers' compensation system operates.
Identify and describe five (5)examples of commonly provided employee wellness programs.
Testing for drug and alcohol use is permissible only where the employer can meet three stringent conditions set out by the Supreme Court of Canada.Indicate the three conditions.Of the three conditions identified,which one is the most difficult to meet and why?