This Friday! Register Today

Multi-layered strategies (and clean indoor air)

benefit everyone, everywhere!

Friday April 21, 2023 | 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Dr. Thomas Piggott, Peterborough Board of Health, was the first Medical Officer of Health in Ontario to acknowledge that COVID-19 is an airborne virus and he has continued to advocate for improved indoor air quality where we live, learn, work, and play. Don't miss this important topical discussion!

Hosted by Krista Thompson, Occupational Hygienist in OHCOW’s Southwest Region.

With a LIVE Q&A Session!

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Friday April 28, 2023 | 1:30pm to 3:00pm

Front-line workers in many sectors, including Healthcare, Education, Agriculture and Food Processing, Hospitality and Retail, have suffered disproportionate harm and injury since the beginning of the pandemic. Join us for a discussion about pandemic-related worker deaths and long-term illness/disability,

Guest Speaker: Nora Loreto, freelance writer and editor of the Canadian Association of Labour Media

Hosted by Dorothy Wigmore, BA, BSc, MS and MFA (pending) Occupational Health Coordinator on the Migrant and Rubber Worker Project teams at OHCOW.

With a LIVE Q&A Session!

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Starting in May 2023

MAYDAY, MAYDAY is an internationally recognized cry for help, and Mayday itself celebrates the contribution of workers the world over. The topic of Workplace Mental Health has been at the forefront, especially as we all strive to cope with the impact of the ongoing global pandemic. Plan to join us as we explore ways forward in developing healthier, safer, more inclusive workplaces.

Register for the first 2 sessions!

Wednesday, May 3

Session 1: Opioid Addiction and Impairment Prevention at Work

A current concern in many workplaces and a Provincial OHS priority. Learn about the complexity of factors involved, plus resources to help.

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Wednesday, May 10 (two parts)

Session 2A: COPSOQ Joint Session

Canadian Survey Results and Trends

A unique opportunity to look at the international use and impact of the Copenhagen Psychosocial Questionnaire, an important workplace mental health/stress prevention survey tool

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Wednesday, May 10

Session 2B: COPSOQ Joint Session

Survey Use and Challenges in Canada

A unique opportunity to look at the international use, and workplace mental health/stress prevention impact, of this important survey tool.

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