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FAIR (Fatalities and Immediate Response) Partners
The Fatalities and Immediate Response (FAIR) partnership (Ontario) is a joint project of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Bureau (WSIB), the Ministry of Labour (MOL), Threads of Life, and the Office of the Worker Advisor (OWA). The goal of the FAIR partnerships is to provide timely and comprehensive assistance to surviving families following a traumatic workplace fatality, and to families and workers following a catastrophic workplace injury resulting in severe and permanent life altering physical impairment (catastrophically injured workers).
Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers
Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) provides comprehensive occupational health services to Ontario workers at clinics throughout the province.
CSSE (Canadian Society of Safety Engineering)
The CSSE are organizers of the North American Occupational Health and Safety (NAOSH) week in May.
Grief, Bereavement, and Support
Bereaved Families Ontario Network
Bereaved Families Online provides support for people who have lost an immediate family member — an infant, a child, an adult child, a parent, a brother or a sister, an adult sibling, a grandchild or a spouse. They support parents, guardians or family members helping a child grieve. They support the unique circumstances faced by survivors of violent death, survivors of completed suicide, and families seeking pregnancy after loss.
Information and support on palliative and end-of-life care, loss and grief.
Offers counseling in French and English to kids 4-19 and will help adults aged 20 and over to help them find the counseling resources they need. Parents, teachers and any other concerned adults are welcome to call for information and referral services.