News from Workers' Health and Safety Legal Clinic

The Workers' Health and Safety Legal Clinic takes on health and safety cases and workers' compensation cases for workers who do not have union representation. It also provides education on safety legislation and workplace hazards as well as public legal education to interested groups on health and safety law. 

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The Workers' Health and Safety Legal Clinic Spring 2017 Newsletter is now available

Topics in this issue include: Human Rights Tribunal, Changing Workplaces Review, partnership with Centre for Spanish Speaking Peoples, Day of Mourning April 28, injured workers demo.

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April 21, 2017

Toronto Workers' Health & Safety Legal Clinic April 2014 newsletter is now available

Topics in this TWHSLC newsletter include case reports, U of T Engineering Strategies and Practice course, and news articles.

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April 03, 2014

Toronto Workers' Health & Safety Legal Clinic Newsletter now available

Topics in the October issue include the Sunrise Propane case, the Metron case, and items in the press.

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October 04, 2013

Toronto Workers' Health & Safety Legal Clinic Newsletter now available

Topics in the September 2013 issue include AGM agenda and annual report, case reports, and articles from the news.

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September 04, 2013

Toronto Workers' Health & Safety Legal Clinic newsletter now available

Topics in this issue include WSIB Rate Framework Consultation, Ministry of Labour Prevention Council, and the clinic and veterans' issues.

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June 03, 2013

April 2011 Toronto Workers' Health & Safety Legal Clinic newsletter now available

Topics include Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) funding review, USA versus Comprehensive Drug Testing, Inc., and more on Threshold Limit Values.

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May 05, 2011

October 2010 Toronto Workers' Health & Safety Legal Clinic newsletter now available

Topics include random drug testing of safety-sensitive workers, Sunrise Propane update, Ministry of Labour's new exposure limits, Ontario designated substances, and articles in the press.

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October 27, 2010