Live Webinar: Essential Requirements for a Respiratory Protection Program
Register now and save the date for ECOH’s next complimentary live webinar!
Thursday, March 2, at 1 PM ET.
Why do you need a current and comprehensive Respiratory Protection Program?
Under the Occupational Health & Safety Act (OHSA) and its regulations, employers must take all reasonable measures to protect their workers. In addition, Ontario regulations for chemical and biological hazards require that if you have workers using respiratory personal protective equipment (PPE), you must have written measures and procedures in place for the selection, care and use of that PPE. This live webinar addresses the essential requirements for employee and employer program success.
Join Lisa Scolaro, Director, Health & Safety with Michelle Mendoza, Senior Occupational Hygienist, and Marianne Levitsky, Senior Associate to discuss respiratory protection for workers exposed to hazardous atmospheres, along with the essential components of a Respiratory Protection Program.
The conversation starts on Thursday, March 2 at 1:00 pm ET and will address:
- Key components of Respiratory Protection Program in accordance with Ontario Legislation
- Ongoing Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development inspections and initiatives that matter to you
- How to create, implement and continuously innovate your Respiratory Protection Program
Our team of health and safety professionals can help you evaluate the hazard, conduct air monitoring, conduct fit-testing, provide training and develop a Respiratory Protection Program for your workplace.
Lisa Scolaro, B.Sc., ROH, CRSP, CHSC
Director Health & Safety
Lisa brings her passion for occupational hygiene and health and safety to every project she delivers and her technical approach provides clients with a tailored solution. She has been instrumental in the development of health, safety and environmental programs and procedures for industrial, municipal, and governmental clients across Canada. Currently, in addition to her role at ECOH, Lisa is the instructor for a variety of health, safety and hygiene courses at Niagara College, as well as an online instructor through OntarioLearn.
Michelle Mendoza, CRSP, CIH
Senior Occupational Hygienist
Michelle has worked on various occupational hygiene projects such as noise surveys, indoor air quality (IAQ) assessment, mould and water-damage investigations, and occupational exposure monitoring. Michelle has also been involved in several designated substance and hazardous materials surveys and asbestos abatement projects. In addition to her role at ECOH, Michlle is a sessional lecturer at the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University).
Marianne Levitsky, MES, CIH, ROH, FAIHA
Marianne’s commitment to occupational hygiene is reflected by her recognition as a Distinguished Fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), and as well as by other awards she has received, including the AIHA’s Yant Award and the Hugh Nelson Award from the Occupational Hygiene Association of Ontario. She holds an adjunct appointment with the Occupational and Environmental Health Division of the University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Her devotion to keeping workers healthy led her to become the founding President of an international charitable organization, Workplace Health Without Borders.
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