Part of the Occ-COVID Webinar Series
Friday, April 23 | 1:00 to 3:00 pm
A COVID frame on the National Day of Mourning for Injured and Killed Workers, marking lives lost, health impacted, and strategies to improve.
Remembering • Learning • Improving • Protecting
SPEAKERS / SESSIONS:
The Tragedy of COVID-19 in Canada: A Tale of Hubris, Fatal Choices and Preventable Failures
Mario Possamai, 2003-6 SARS Commission Senior Adviser, 2021 and author of Fatal Choices: COVID-19, Nursing & the Tragedy of Long-term Care
Counting Counts: The Drive to Mark Losses and Find Lessons,
Natalie Mehra, Executive Director, Ontario Health Coalition
The Ontario Education Sector Pandemic Response Receives a Failing Grade: Lessons in Workplace Transmission,
Tracie Edward, Health and Safety Coordinator, Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario
Food for Thought: Essential Workers at Highest Risk,
Tim Deelstra, Engagement and Media Relations Strategist, United Food and Commercial Workers Canada
Participants will have the opportunity to mark personal and community losses (and lessons found) for shared acknowledgement and joint learning (by naming or describing in the chat) for posting with the slides and video later.
ALL WEBINARS ARE PROVIDED FREE-OF-CHARGE
…but we require you to register, so that we can track numbers and send you access information, etc.