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McIntyre Powder and Its Potential Contributions to Cardiovascular Disease Risk: A Literature Review Through the McIntyre Powder Historical Lens

McIntyre Powder and Its Potential Contributions to Cardiovascular Disease Risk: A Literature Review Through the McIntyre Powder Historical Lens

June 2022 [STUDY] Andrew M. Zarnke, BSc., Occupational Hygienist, OHCOW Christine Oliver, MD, Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto .. Read More →
Annual Report 2021-2022

Annual Report 2021-2022

The 2021-22 OHCOW Annual Report is now available online, filled with important events, presentations, additional resources and case studies from the past year... Read More →
Bone Aluminum Measured in Miners Exposed to McIntyre Powder

Bone Aluminum Measured in Miners Exposed to McIntyre Powder

May 4, 2022 [ARTICLE] L. M. Bickley, D. Cowan, F.E. McNeill, D.R. Chettle McMaster University J. Martell, D. Wilken, W. Yan, A. Zarnke, K. Hedges Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario.. Read More →
Day of Mourning 2022

Day of Mourning 2022

On this Day of Mourning, the Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) honour the workers who have suffered from occupational disease, injury, and death.. Read More →
Key Findings and Recommendations from Study of Coroner’s Files of Migrant Agricultural Workers’ Deaths in Ontario from January 2020 to June 2021

Key Findings and Recommendations from Study of Coroner’s Files of Migrant Agricultural Workers’ Deaths in Ontario from January 2020 to June 2021

February 1, 2022 [REPORT] Principal Investigator: C. Susana Caxaj, RN, PhD Co-Investigators: Maxwell Tran, MD, Michelle Tew, RN, Stephanie Mayell, MA, Janet McLaughlin, PhD, Shail Rawal, MD, MPH,.. Read More →

APPS TOOLS CALCULATORS

Long popular with workers and workplaces OHCOW apps, tools and calculators translate knowledge into action
by defining a problem and/or contributing to solutions.

Download and try one out today!

OHCOW apps are available for your smartphones and tablets to help you work safer and smarter. They are available through both the Apple and Google stores. See the full list here.

SERVICES

We provide a wide range of services for individuals, groups of workers and/or Joint Health and Safety Committees (JHSCs), including:

Information / Inquiry Services
Ergonomic Assessments
Medical Diagnostic Services
Occupational Hygiene Services
Group Services
Outreach and Education Services
Research Services

REFERRALS

There are four types of referrals that can be used to obtain access to OHCOW services:

Advocate Referrals
Health Professional Referrals
Self-Referrals
Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) Referrals

OHCOW CLINICS

OHCOW Clinics are located across Ontario in major centres serving large catchment areas.

Learn more about OHCOW Clinics.

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OHCOW TEAM

At the core of each clinic is a dedicated team of occupational medicine professionals who are available
to provide medical examinations for a full range of work-related injuries and illnesses.
The OHCOW Team is made up of:

Ergonomists   •   Occupational Medicine Physicians   •    Occupational Health Nurses
•  Occupational Hygienists   •   Coordinators and Administrators

Learn more about the OHCOW Team.

CONTACT OHCOW

Call us toll-free at
1-877-817-0336

…or use the form below to contact OHCOW online.
An OHCOW representative will get back to you within 48 business hours.

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