The Occupational Disease Surveillance Program (ODSP) is a program of research led by OCRC that aims to develop systems to monitor patterns and trends in occupational disease in Ontario. It is funded by the Ontario Ministries of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development (MLITSD) and Health (MOH).
Since its launch in 2018, the ODSP has received long-term funding to expand the scope of the program, explore new areas of occupational disease and exposure surveillance, make strides in knowledge translation and exchange, and continue to train graduate students. This report provides a brief overview of the program’s progress, with a focus on recent developments.
The OCRC has launched our new strategic plan for 2023-2028. We remain committed to enhancing understanding of the health effects…
Highlighting important respiratory diseases identified in Ontario workers through the ODSS
This report provides an overview of current occupational disease and exposure surveillance initiatives and identifies opportunities for future work.