Part of the OHCOW OCC-COVID Webinar Series
March 25, 2022
With the march to reduce societal controls and mandates, putting the onus on individual protection, it is more important than ever to understand the short, medium and long term risks of Sars CoV-2 infection, and consider their implications for workplace health and safety policy and practices. Clear communication and attention by employers and workers is critical.
Join experts and OHCOW’s passionate and knowledgeable audience as we learn and discuss together in the 26th “episode” of this thought-provoking workplace-focussed series.
SESSIONS / SPEAKERS
Reality Check: Excess and “Missing” Deaths, and Their Implications for Prevention
Dr. Tara Moriarty, Department of Dentistry, University of Toronto
Managing Uncertainty: Valuable Lessons on Post-acute Infection
Dr. Kashif Pirzada, Emergency Physician in Toronto, co-founder of conquercovid19, masks4canada
How to Improve Ventilation in Your Workplace
Dr. Kevin Hedges, Occupational Hygienist, OHCOW
Core Principles: Regional Risk, Ventilation and Masking as a Life Skill
John Oudyk, Occupational Hygienist, OHCOW
Panel Discussion: Finding a Way Forward
(Panel discussion video included in Core Principles video above)
NOTE: Post event, use the links above to access the resources (recordings, slides, etc.) from each session