Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association

When: Thursday, June 6 and Friday June 7, 2019

Where:
The Conference Centre, The Centre for Health & Safety Innovation
5110 Creekbank Road, Mississauga, Ontario

Two-day conference for occupational health nurses and allied health and safety professionals.  One-day exhibition on Thursday, June 6th followed by an evening Mix n’ Mingle with the presentation “Canadian Cannabis Craze”.  Keynote speakers:  Nina Spencer, Dr Jamie Gruman and Dr Melissa Snider-Adler. Conference sessions focus on infection control, legal and legislative issues, mindfulness in the workplace, developing resiliency.  June 7th workshops on The Working Mind, Motivational Interviewing, New MSD Guidelines, and Cognitive Job Coaching.

Program and to register:  2019 Conference Brochure

Questions?  Email administration@oohna.on.ca or call 416-239-6462.

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