Presentation by Katherine Lippel, Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health & Safety Law, provides the basic building blocks for understanding rules and processes governing the recognition of occupational diseases in the context of workers’ compensation legislation in Canada. Examples drawn from Ontario, British Columbia and Québec illustrate ways in which scientific data is used in the adjudication process, and mechanisms by which decisions are made in individual cases.
Free seminar; register on eventbrite
Location: Gage Building, University of Toronto,
223 College Street, Room 108 (building entrance on Ross Street)