An upcoming conference focused on work and health research will offer a forum for health and safety advocates to connect and learn about significant new findings in the field.
The Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH) is a non-profit association of researchers. Its conferences held every two years bring together scientists, students, occupational health and safety practitioners, clinicians, and policy-makers to help bridge important gaps in work and health research. Ontario’s Occupational Cancer Research Centre
and the Institute for Work & Health
are co-hosting this year’s conference.
Scientists, students, and stakeholders from across Canada will present research findings on a range of topics from workplace health hazards and the prevention of occupational injury and disease to issues related to aging and gender.
The conference keynote speeches, sessions, and symposia will focus on the following major themes:
Worker populations and work contexts
Interventions, policy, and knowledge translation & exchange.
The preliminary conference program is available on the conference website
If you would like to register for the conference, or have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As Ontario’s only government-funded, health and safety training centre, the Workers Health & Safety Centre offers a range of training programs
to help workplace parties understand their legal duties and responsibilities including identifying, assessing and controlling workplace hazards.
To learn more:
Call: 1-888-869-7950 and ask to speak with a training services representative