The Labour OHCOW Academic Research Coalition (LOARC) seeks participants for a 10-15 minute online survey, part of a research project funded by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board’s Research Advisory Council. Participants will be entered into a draw for three prizes of $100.
The goal of this project is to gather real-life experiences, insights and approaches of health and safety representatives, which will be compiled and published in a guidebook for health and safety representatives. LOARC is hoping to have as many Ontario representatives fill out this online survey as possible.
The survey asks about participants’
activities as a worker health and safety representative
work situation and history as a representative
impact in bringing about changes in the workplace
This research project follows up on previous research, which identified a style of representation called “knowledge activism,” characterized as the “the strategic collection and tactical use of technical, scientific and legal knowledge.”
The survey is now closed.