Worker Recruitment and Use of Incentives in Mines

This webinar provided an overview of the latest evidence on using incentives to recruit and retain workers into cessation programs. It included evidence on different types of incentives and strategies to consider when delivering incentives.

Two local examples were provided by: Thunder Bay District Health Unit and Windsor-Essex County Health Unit detailing how workers were recruited & incentives used in their smoking cessation programs. These presentations provided information on the smoking cessation work they have undertaken with local mines. A representative from the Canadian Salt Company Ltd. also joined the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit in presenting on their experience with the W.E. Can Quit program in their workplace.

Date of Resource:2013/01/17
Target Audience:This webinar is intended for public health department staff, their community partners, staff and/or volunteers of community partner agencies and Non-Government Agencies (NGO's).
Topic:Webinar: Worker Recruitment and Use of Incentives in Mines

The following resources were created for the Worker Recruitment and Use of Incentives in Mines webinar, held on January 18, 2013.

File Type File Size
Webinar Presentation Deck - Jan. 18, 2013

3.75 MB
Webinar Audio Recording - Jan. 18, 2013
Audio 9.63 MB
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