Occupational Disease

An occupational disease is a health condition or disorder that is caused by the work environment or related activities. They can be disruptive, disabling and sometimes fatal. Examples range from hearing loss to asthma, infections and some cancers. Learn about WSN auditing and assessments.


Prevent Occupational Disease - Website brings together information, tools and resources to help employers, supervisors, safety and health practitioners, and workers increase understanding and take preventative action at the workplace today, for health, success, and sustainability tomorrow.

Articles, Information Sheets, Guidelines



Chemical Hazard Assessment and Prioritization (CHAP Risk tool + guide) - Ryerson University
Noise - Hearing Conservation Program - Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety 

Conference Proceedings

Infographics and Posters