Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), including a range of pains and strains from repetitive movements or overexertion, are among the most common workplace injuries. These ailments can significantly impact productivity and quality of life for workers. In Trinidad and Tobago, raising awareness about MSDs and their prevention is a critical objective for the Occupational Safety and Health...
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Climate change is a pressing global issue with direct and profound implications for occupational health and safety, particularly in regions like Trinidad and Tobago. As the planet’s average temperatures rise due to increased greenhouse gas emissions, island nations face unique challenges. In this post, we’ll delve into the scientific underpinnings of climate change’s influence on...
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Mental health is an often overlooked but essential component of occupational safety and health (OSH), especially within the fast-paced work environments in Trinidad and Tobago. Recognizing the interplay between mental well-being and workplace safety is vital. The Occupational Safety and Health Agency (OSHA) has a pivotal role in fostering environments that support mental health, thus...
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To elevate risk management, commitment to world standards and accountability to safety across all industries, sectors and staff in Trinidad and Tobago.