Resource Centre


Make Use of Our Resource Centre and Database

Whether your problem is too much information or too little information, we can help.

You need clear and meaningful information on any health and safety hazards in your workplace.

The Occupational Health Centre (OHC) has one of the most extensive and up-to-date workplace health and safety print libraries in Western Canada.

We are also connected to a wide range of health and safety databases from around the world.  OHC publishes a newsletter on current issues in occupational health and safety, fact sheets on common health and safety concerns, and self-help kits.

We can help you find and interpret the information you need to improve health and safety in your workplace.

How can you get the information you need?

Worried about how safe a product in your workplace is?  Interested in finding out how other people handle problems and issues similar to the ones in your workplace?  OHC is a great place to look for answers to workplace health and safety questions.

Check out our resource centre

Our resource centre is open to the public.  You can look up information in the latest articles, books and magazines.  Our resource centre coordinator can help you in your research.

Ask for our opinion

Our staff will help you interpret work-related medical and technical reports.

Get one of our fact sheets

We have fact sheets on a wide range of health and safety issues in a number of languages.  We can also develop  materials specific to your workplace.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Focus on Occupational Health and Safety is published three times a year.  It provides information on issues and news about OHC.  Please add me to your newsletter mailing list.


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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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