Allen Kraut, MD, FRCPC

Dr. Kraut is a physician with specialized training in Internal Medicine and Occupational medicine who does clinical occupational medicine at the clinic.  His areas of interest include chemical exposures, occupational lung disease, and heavy metal exposures.


Andrew Dolhy

Andrew Dolhy is a Certified Professional Ergonomist.  He has an Honours  Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology.  Andrew is responsible for providing internal and external ergonomic services for the OHC, including assisting workplace health and safety committees to prevent musculoskeletal injuries.  Andrew also has extensive experience working with small businesses and has developed ergonomic resources specifically for this sector.


Carly Nicholson

Carly Nicholson is the Executive Director.  She is responsible for the overall operation of the OHC. Carly’s passion for community health sparked at the Women’s Health Clinic where she began as a volunteer in their peer counselling program in 2013. She brings to OHC her experience in community health, health & safety, marketing & communications, and fundraising.


Geethanjalie Jayasinghe

Geethanjalie Jayasinghe (Geetha) is the Community Development Worker for the Cross Cultural Community Development Program.  Geetha has a Bachelor of Social Work degree.  She is responsible for the coordination of the “Train the Trainer” program and first language workshops with newcomer communities.  Geetha also provides short term counseling for injured newcomer workers.


Geoffrey Thompson RN, MPH, BSN

Geoffrey Thompson is a Registered Nurse with a background in cross-cultural health, community development and organizational capacity building. He has a Master’s Degree in Public Health and has extensive international experience delivering healthcare services in diverse community settings. Geoffrey is also a Psychological Health and Safety Advisor certified by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).  Currently he leads the MFL Occupational Health Centre’s strategic initiative on workplace psychological health and safety.


Karen Hamilton

Karen Hamilton is the Health Educator.  She has a Bachelor of Social Work degree.  Karen is responsible for the development and oversight of OHC’s Cross Cultural Community Development Program as well as worker health initiatives with food processing workers and nail salon workers.  She is also one of the key staff members responsible for OHC’s work in the areas of Psychological Health & Safety, Respectful Workplaces and bullying.


Mona Phillips 

Mona Phillips is the Finance/Office Administrator.  Mona is responsible for the financial operation of the OHC as well as the day-to-day administrative tasks.  She schedules patient appointments, responds to public requests for information, and assists with the layout of the newsletter.


Richard McCrae

Richard McCrae is the Health Educator for the Workplace Sexual Harassment project, funded by Justice Canada.  Richard has a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Rights and has been an advocate and facilitator on topics of relationships, consent, and toxic masculinity for nearly a decade. Richard is working in partnership with SERC, Klinic, and the OHC team to develop and deliver an innovative, contemporary curriculum on sexual harassment in the workplace.


Robert Chase, MD, CCFP, FRCPC, MSc

Dr. Chase is a physician who specializes in the management and prevention of work-related chronic musculoskeletal injuries.  He has active international health interests in the impact of war on community and environmental health, particularly the mental health of children.  Dr. Chase developed the Life Story Board, an activity to assist sharing and disclosure about the events in an individual’s life story.


Tiffany Pau

Tiffany Pau is the Coordinator of the Resource Centre.  She has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Administrative Studies.  Tiffany is responsible for maintaining the OHC resource library, organizing displays, coordinating the Centre’s public presentations, and responding to public requests for information.  She also facilitates group educational and training sessions on the topics of hazard identification, ergonomics and violence prevention.



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Feb 26th RSI Day Free Virtual Event - Making the Link Between Psychosocial Factors & Musculoskeletal Injuries (MSI)

Feb 26, 2021 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Occupational Health Centre hosts the RSI Day Free Virtual Event on February 26th

Making the Link Between Psychosocial Factors & Musculoskeletal Injuries (MSI)

Presentation 1: 

Dwayne Van Eerd, Scientist, Institute for Work & Health

(MSI and Psychosocial Hazards in the Workplace: A Brief Timeline)

Presentation 2:

John Oudyk, Occupational Hygienist, Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers

(Measuring Psychosocial Factors in the Workplace using the StressAssess Online Survey Tool)

Presentation 3: 

Theo Heineman, President/CEO, & Gynelle Pakulak, Certified Ergonomic Specialist

1Life Workplace Safety Solutions   

 (Neuroscience of Psychosocial Risk Factors and MSI)

Presentation 4: 

Geoffrey Thompson, OHN, Occupational Health Centre

(Building a Culture of Psychological Safety)


The event will include presentations with Q & A sessions and breaks

* Registration Required *

Please register your participation by sending an email to:

(Zoom Login information will be sent out closer to the event date)

Register for a chance to win a SAFE Work Manitoba fleece jacket


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