The Labour OHCOW Academic Research Collaboration (LOARC), McMaster University’s School of Labour Studies, and the Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario’s Workers (OHCOW) are co-hosting a day-long seminar by activists, practitioners and researchers on how to be successful in reducing hazards at work.
Date and Time: Saturday, October 22, 2016, 10am – 2pm
Location: Burke Science Building 106, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
With a particular focus on Bill 132 which just came into force and the possibilities of reducing harassment and sexual violence at work, LOARC (Labour OHCOW Academic Research Collaboration) is presenting its research on how knowledge activism makes worker health and safety representatives more effective. This event is for students, union representatives, practitioners and researchers in a conversation about improving our knowledge activism.
Please register by October 18 by emailing [email protected]. Lunch is provided at the end of the session.