An Action Plan Focused on Aligning the Efforts of the Occupational Health and Safety System and Partners Toward Occupational Disease Prevention
The ODAP was developed by a Reference Group made up of representatives from the occupational health and safety system partners, including:
Ministry of Labour
(Prevention, Operations and Policy Divisions)
Health and Safety Associations
Specialized Research Centres
(Centre for Research Expertise in Occupational Disease and the Occupational Cancer Research Centre)
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
Ontario Lung Association
Public Health Ontario
Ministry of Health and Long Term Care
The Reference Group is chaired by the Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW).
A number of Ministry of Labour advisory committees were also consulted in its development.
A presentation introducing the ODAP plan including the objectives and need for a plan, five priorities of the plan, research and data review, reference group, exposure rankings, as well as the approach and implementation.
Occupational Disease Action Plan
A summary document outlining the Plan’s eight (8) goals along with a description of what each goal will include.
Ontario’s Occupational Disease Action Plan
An infographic that introduces and sets the stage for the Plan, provides details of the formal Plan as well as overall impact and next steps.