Preventing Occupational Disease through the Designated Substance Codes for Exposure Measurement...
Wed, 08 Jul 2015
Preventing Occupational Disease through the Designated Substance Codes for Exposure Measurement, Respiratory Protection and Medical Surveillance
OHCOW’ssubmission regarding the Ontario Ministry of Labour’s
Consultation on Proposed Changes to Ontario Regulation
490/09 – Designated Substances and the Requirements for
Medical Surveillance, Respiratory Protection and Measuring
Click here to read the full submission
Thanks to the many OHCOW staff, physicians, partners and stakeholders (including representatives from WHSC, ONA, Unifor, RNAO, OFL, and CELA ) who took the time to research, discuss and review the issues, and particularly to John Oudyk, Occupational Hygienist in the Hamilton clinic, for his dedicated and detailed leadership in organizing the team, analyzing the evidence, and pulling it all together.