Ergonomics and human factors in occupational health and safety in Canada the last 20 years

Episode 36 - Featuring Suzanne Jackson

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In this podcast episode, human factors expert and a vivid learner Suzanne Jackson, sets us on a path to learn more about organizational and human factors. Suzanne’s own journey began back in 2010 when she noticed people who had poorly designed workstations but did not want intervention and vice versa. This is a story of her personal education and experiences where she draws from a variety of disciplines including behavioural sciences, psychology, anthropology, qualitative research, political sciences and philosophy. This podcast should interest anyone who is willing to push the boundaries of their world view and assumptions about what it means to be a safety professional. (Do not forget to cross refer to her notes attached to this podcast link.) Thank you Suzanne, I feel so privileged to speak with you.

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