Workers Health & Safety Centre

Survey seeks what information formats work best for you

Survey seeks what information formats work best for you
When it comes to the ways we obtain information, the number of choices has exploded.
Mailed publications are no longer the only way to go. Many want information delivered by e-mail, Twitter, Facebook and the internet. 
The Institute for Work & Health (IWH) wants to know what formats and delivery methods work best for you. They are seeking your input through a survey that asks about specific preferences and habits for receiving the occupational health and safety, disability management and/or workers’ compensation information you need to help prevent workplace injury and disability.
The survey is short, and should only take about five minutes to do. And it’s completely anonymous. It asks no identifying information, and all responses are collected and collated by the Institute, a not-for-profit research organization that adheres to strict privacy and confidentiality guidelines.
The IWH is committed to sharing the findings of this survey to assist all served by Ontario’s occupational health and safety system. Please take the survey now to help ensure the various organizations within this system provide the information you need, in the way you want it.
The survey closes on May 22, 2015.
Take the survey here
Please feel free to share the survey link with your colleagues in the field:
If you need to take the survey in another format (e.g. over the phone), please contact Cindy Moser at IWH at or 416.927.2027, ext. 2183.
The Workers Health & Safety Centre (WHSC) is part of Ontario’s occupational health and safety system and is legally designated in Ontario as a training centre. We are also a trusted source of timely and relevant information delivered through various social media platforms, email and our web site. If you haven’t done so, be sure to sign up for or access one or more of these platforms to help ensure you keep current.