Lightning Session

Tuesday 3:00–4:00 pm | Lightning Session: Top Poster Abstracts

A. Exposure Assessment, Surveillance and Prevention

Chair: Cheryl Peters
Port of Vancouver

Shiftwork and breast, ovarian and prostate cancer in a Canadian population-based cohort (CanCHEC)
M. Anne Harris

Investigating worker concerns over excess mortality at an automotive electronics manufacturing facility in Alabama, U.S.A
Nathan DeBono

Monte Carlo Simulation to Reconstruct Silica Exposure in the Ontario Mining Industry
Nicola Blagrove-Hall

Ontario’s Occupational Disease Action Plan: Aligning the provincial health and safety system towards occupational disease prevention
Victoria H Arrandale

A new Bayesian calculation platform for the interpretation of occupational exposure levels compared to exposure limits
Jérôme Lavoué

Exposure reduction strategies for diesel engine exhaust: Developing infographics for primary prevention
Katherine Jardine

After the Dust Settles: A Qualitative Descriptive Study of Underground Workers Who Received Aluminum Dust Prophylaxis
Danielle Aubin

A world without rules: Navigating health and safety in the Airbnb marketplace
Julia Goyal

Twenty-five Years of Claims Data for Compensated Occupational Illnesses – What Has Changed?
Mieke Koehoorn

B. Mental Health, Return to Work, and Organisational Factors

Chair: Chris McLeod
Port of Singapore

Health and wellness of Canadian mining workers: predictors of stress-related symptoms and illnesses
Caroline Dignard

Resident Physicians: Mental Health Experiences, Resources, and Challenges in Post-Graduate Medical Education – A Case Study of Ontario
Nabeelah Ahmed

The impact of worksite mental health interventions on work-related outcomes: A Systematic Review
Aikaterini Grimani

Organizational factors associated with the implementation of occupational health and safety and wellness activities in Ontario
Aviroop Biswas

First-line healthcare providers for injured workers: what is their influence in return to work? A four jurisdiction critical interpretive comparison
Anne Hudon

Differences in disability management claims and the return to process of first responders compared to high and low physical demand occupations
Shannon Killip

Assessing high quality employment counselling on the mental health of individuals with mobility impairments
Sean Tucker

Does place of residence affect work disability duration? A comparative analysis of six Canadian workers’ compensation systems
Robert Macpherson

Outcomes of a participatory ergonomics study for musculoskeletal risk reduction in coreshacks
Tammy Eger