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Worker Partners

Canadian Abilities Foundation (CAF)
The CAF's Web site, abilities.ca, links people with disabilities to each other, as well as to thousands of online and offline resources within the disability community.

Canadian Helen Keller Centre
A resource for persons who are deaf-blind, their families, service providers, volunteers, supporters, and the general public about the needs, concerns and challenges of persons living with both vision and hearing loss.

The Fatalities and Immediate Response (FAIR) Partnership provides timely and comprehensive assistance to survivors following a traumatic workplace fatality.

Injured Worker Outreach Services
Injured Worker Outreach Services (IWOS) is a WSIB-funded program that provides free information, advice and education to injured workers and their families through a network of offices across the province. 

Occupational Health Clinics - in Toronto, Hamilton, Sudbury, Windsor, Sarnia and London

Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers, Inc. (OHCOW) provides diagnostic services to workers with occupational health problems and also provides educational and information services to JHSCs.

Office of the Worker Adviser
The Office of the Worker Adviser assists, educates and represents non-unionized injured workers with WSIB claims through all stages of the workplace safety and insurance system, including appeals before the WSIB and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal.

The Workers Health and Safety Centre (WHSC)

A worker-driven health and safety organization that develops training programs, publishes sector-specific health and safety newsletters, and provides information and support through skilled technical consultants.

Compass: Guiding you to a healthy and safe workplace
WSIB@work seasonal newsletter