This report provides an overview of current occupational disease and exposure surveillance initiatives and identifies opportunities for future work.
This study highlights better ways for epidemiologists to measure and communicate the health impact of potential policy choices.
IARC updated its classification process, which evaluates potential carcinogens based on the likelihood that they can cause cancer, in 2019.
The report, commissioned by the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development, identifies 11 recommendations to improve recognition and adjudication of occupational cancer claims.
This report, funded by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, examines the risk of neurological disease among Ontario miners who were exposed to McIntyre Powder.
This report evaluates when withholding the identity or concentration of carcinogens and mutagens within WHMIS could potentially harm the health or well-being of workers.
This report summarizes results of the Future Burden of Cancer study, and challenges and opportunities for prevention in the Ontario construction sector.
This report provides an overview of current occupational disease and exposure surveillance efforts in Canada and opportunities for future work.
This report summarizes the findings from an evaluation of custodial workers’ awareness of asbestos management in schools.
The report presents estimates of occupational exposure and the associated burden of cancer in Canada, as well as exposure reduction strategies and policy recommendations.