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By Terrence Sullivan

This number of essays offers 4 demanding situations: how the altering nature of labor is inflicting an increase in incapacity; prevention; rehabilitation; and the trouble of reconciling equity and sustainability in a aggressive period. It explores a number coverage ideas for facing this example.

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Although epidemiological data are used throughout this report, the method and objectives are largely historical. The intent of this investigation is not to produce epidemiological evidence for association and causation. Rather, it is to develop a broad historical description of changing disease and injury rates mainly using epidemiological data obtained from the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB). Historical trends in the epidemiology of industrial disease and injury cannot be understood properly unless linked to larger social processes, particularly in the post-war era, which witnessed a reshaping of the provincial economy as it moved away from its traditional resource base toward the service sector.

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Also, using WCB claims data, the number of time loss claims in the forestry and service sectors was abstracted for each year up to 1996 (BCWCB 1950-96). The ratio of the number of forestry-sector time loss claims (class 1) compared to service-sector time loss claims (class 6) was calculated for each year and served as an indicator of the shift away from a resource-based and toward a service-based economy. ) Injury data were obtained from Annual Reports for the year 1950 through 1996 (BCWCB 1950-96).

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