Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development Prevention Office Research Grants

Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development Prevention Office Research Grants Get data on grants, recipients and project information distributed by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development under a number of research programs. This dataset details funding provided to recipients under the Bridging the Gap, Research Opportunities Program, Applied Research Questions, and the Occupational Health & Safety Prevention and Innovation programs. These grants aim to improve occupational health and safety outcomes by supporting projects that reduce workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities. Details include: * year of grant application * grant program * approved funding total * receiving organization * project title, contact, investigator and partner organization * titles of articles and products produced * project abstract and introduction The [Bridging the Gap](https://www.wsib.ca/en/wsibs-former-rac-research-program-1998-2012) program focused on addressing workplace occupational health and safety needs. It supported partnerships among workplaces, occupational health and safety organizations, and researchers to generate evidence and evidence-based products that addressed workplace needs. The [Research Opportunities Program](https://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/hs/prevention/research_proposals.php)’s objective is to invest in research and knowledge dissemination projects that focus on occupational health and safety system priorities. The Applied Research Questions grant generated evidence that informed the implementation of the occupational health and safety system priorities. The [Occupational Health and Safety Prevention and Innovation Program](https://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/hs/prevention/innovation_program.php)’s objective is to support workplace-focused innovation projects and collaborative partnerships that lead to improvements in occupational health and safety in Ontario. Please contact researchgrants@ontario.ca if you require an alternate format or for any questions. Please be advised that some of the links available in the dataset lead to English only websites 2022-07-21 Government of Ontario Economics and IndustryEducation and TrainingEducation and TrainingEconomy and BusinessGovernment 2012 - 2017CSV https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/bf95788f-e27f-4d1f-a850-97f5f36de480/resource/a4892666-52e4-40af-b557-a634c9a7c698/download/2012to2017.csv Original metadata (https://data.ontario.ca)HTML https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/bf95788f-e27f-4d1f-a850-97f5f36de480 Original metadata (https://data.ontario.ca/fr)HTML https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/bf95788f-e27f-4d1f-a850-97f5f36de480

Get data on grants, recipients and project information distributed by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development under a number of research programs. This dataset details funding provided to recipients under the Bridging the Gap, Research Opportunities Program, Applied Research Questions, and the Occupational Health & Safety Prevention and Innovation programs. These grants aim to improve occupational health and safety outcomes by supporting projects that reduce workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities. Details include: * year of grant application * grant program * approved funding total * receiving organization * project title, contact, investigator and partner organization * titles of articles and products produced * project abstract and introduction The Bridging the Gap program focused on addressing workplace occupational health and safety needs. It supported partnerships among workplaces, occupational health and safety organizations, and researchers to generate evidence and evidence-based products that addressed workplace needs. The Research Opportunities Program’s objective is to invest in research and knowledge dissemination projects that focus on occupational health and safety system priorities. The Applied Research Questions grant generated evidence that informed the implementation of the occupational health and safety system priorities. The Occupational Health and Safety Prevention and Innovation Program’s objective is to support workplace-focused innovation projects and collaborative partnerships that lead to improvements in occupational health and safety in Ontario. Please contact researchgrants@ontario.ca if you require an alternate format or for any questions. Please be advised that some of the links available in the dataset lead to English only websites

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