Windsor Occupational Health Information Service

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- Inquiry Service
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- Referral Service
- High School

Phone, Fax &
(519) 254-5157

(519) 254-4192


Office Hours
8:30am - 4:30pm
Monday - Friday

3129 Marentette Ave.
Windsor, Ontario
N8X 4G1

On-site Parking


WOHIS Mission Statement
To provide the best possible occupational health and safety information to the community in order to: raise awareness, promote change and prevent workplace or environmental illness, injury and disease.

Recommended Links

This is a free information service provided by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety to promote improvements in occupational health and safety by providing practical information to answer workplace concerns.

New Beginnings
WOHIS and New Beginnings have worked together since 2007 to ensure young workers are aware of health and safety before they start their new jobs in the Summer Jobs for Youth program.

The Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW), established in 1989 is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team of doctor, nurses, hygienists, ergonomists, researchers, and administrators; each OHCOW clinic provides comprehensive occupational health services.

Ontario Ministry of Labour
The mission of the Ministry is to promote safe, fair and harmonious workplace practices to the people of Ontario. Provides information regarding occupational health and safety, employment rights and responsibilities, labour relations, regulations, guidelines and legislation.

Ontario Trillium Foundation
The Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, works with others to make strategic investments to build healthy, caring and economically strong Ontario communities. Grants are awarded to fund capital, operating and/or specific project costs in support of arts and culture, the environment, human and social services, and sports and recreation.

Workplace Safety and Insurance Board statistics report for 2011:

Workers Health and Safety Centre (WHSC)
A resource centre for workplace parties which provides occupational health and safety training and helps workplaces meet legislative requirements.

Life Safe! Work Smart! eNewsletter for Ontario teachers


Open Colleges


You have the Right to a safe and healthy workplace!

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