OCC-DISEASE PREVENTION
A Winter Webinar Series

More than half of OHCOW’s work is dedicated to investigating and determining the work-relatedness of injuries and illnesses based on medical review, exposure history (and science) and epidemiology.

Join us to learn and discuss the latest research and workplace knowledge so we can help those impacted now, and prevent such harm in the future.

UPCOMING SESSIONS

Our Winter 2022 event is in the early stages of development.

Details will be posted here when they become available.

Target Audience:
Prevention System Partners and Stakeholders; Health and Safety Professionals; Medical and Scientific Researchers; Worker Advocates; Joint Health and Safety Committee Members; as well as interested Workers, Supervisors, Management and Owners from the workplaces of Ontario.

PREVIOUS SESSIONS

Using Science in Cancer Adjudication and Policy-Making: Cluster Project Implications

Friday, January 22

Dr. Paul Demers (OCRC), Dr. Katherine Lippel (U of Ottawa) and Robert DeMatteo as guest panelists

McIntyre Powder & Neurological Disorders: Results of the OCRC Study

Thursday, January 28

Dr. Paul Demers, Occupational Cancer Research Centre (OCRC)

Is Your Cancer Work-related?
(Marking World Cancer Day)

Thursday, February 4

Michelle Tew, Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW),
Masood Ahmed, Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW)

February is Heart Month: Work-Related Heart Disease

Wednesday, February 24

Dr. Sandra Dorman, Center for Research in Occupational Safety and Health (CROSH),
 Andrew Zarnke, Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW)

Using Retrospective Exposure Profiles to Assist in Proving Cases of Occupational Diseases for Workers Compensation Claims

Wednesday, March 31

Dr. Paul Demers, Occupational Cancer Research Centre (OCRC)