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WSIB - Ontario Nurses' Association

WSIB - Ontario Nurses' Association

Occupational Health

Occupational Health Clinic for Ontario WorkersThe Occupational Health Clinic for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) is a non-profitorganization. It is one of the SWAs funded by WSIB.OHCOW’s mission is to prevent occupational illnesses and injury, and to promotethe highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being of all workers.OHCOW strives to accomplish this through the identification of workplace factorsthat are detrimental to the health and well-being of all workers, through thedistribution of excellent occupational health, hygiene and ergonomic informationto increase knowledge among workers, employers and the general public; andthrough the provision of services designed to produce changes to improve workplacesand the health of workers.Staffed by a multi-disciplinary team of doctors, nurses, hygienists, ergonomists,researchers and administrators, each OHCOW clinic provides comprehensive occupationalhealth services and information in five areas:• An inquiry service to answer work-related health and safety questions.• Medical diagnostic services for workers who may have work-related healthproblems.• Group service for workplace health and safety committees and groups ofworkers.• Outreach and education to increase awareness of health and safety issues,and promote prevention strategies.• Research services to investigate and report on illnesses and injuries* The clinic’s services are free of charge to workplace parties.OHCOW Provincial Office15 Gervais Drive, Suite 601Don Mills, ON M3C 1Y8Tel: (416) 510-8713Toll-free: 1-877-817-0336Fax: (416) 443-9132Website: www.ohcow.on.caEmail info@ohcow.on.ca45

TorontoWindsor970 Lawrence Ave. West, Suite 110 3129 Marentette Avenue, Unit #1.Toronto, ON M6A 3B6 Windsor, ON LXM 1L9Tel: (416) 449-0009 1-800-596-3800 Tel: (519) 973-4800 1-800-565-3185Fax: (416) 449-7772 Fax: (519) 973-1906Email toronto@ohcow.on.caEmail windsor@ohcow.on.caHamiltonSarnia-Lambton848 Main Street East 171 Kendall StreetHamilton, ON L8N 1L9Point Edward, ON N7V 4G6Tel: (905) 549-2552 1-800-263-2129 Tel: (519) 337-4627Fax: (905) 549-7993 Fax: (519) 337-9442Email Email sarnia@ohcow.on.caSudbury84 Cedar Street, 2nd FloorSudbury, ON P3E 1A5Tel: (705) 523-2330 1-800-461-7120Fax: (705) 523-2606Email Sudbury@ohcow.on.caCriminal Injuries Compensation BoardThe Criminal Injuries Compensation Board can award compensation to victims ofcrimes of violence occurring in Ontario.Head Office439 University Ave., 4th FloorToronto, ON M5G IY8Tel: (416) 326-2900Toll-free: 1-800-372-7463Fax: (416) 326-2883Website:

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