2014 Conference Presentations

2014 S2E Conference Agenda OVERVIEW

KEYNOTES:

Day 1 Keynote – New Ideas for Your Worst Claims (Dr. Jennifer Christian)

Day 1 Keynote – Handout A (Employer’s 12 Mgt Tips from 60 Summits Project)

Day 1 Keynote – Handout B (Patient Info – How to Cope from the 60 Summits Project)

Day 2 Keynote – Reaching for the Stars: Motivate Yourself to Peak Performance! (Sorry, this presentation is NOT AVAILABLE for download)

BREAKOUT SESSIONS:

103 – (UPDATED) Extreme Accommodations – Solutions that Work for Employees and Employers (Gowan Consulting)

106 – (UPDATED) 3 Surefire Ways to Waste Money & Stall Your RTW Process (PROergonomics)

108 – Mental Stress Entitlement: The Changing Landscape (Office of the Employers Adviser)

109 – The End of Employment – When, How and Whether to Terminate (Hicks Morley)

111 – Untangling the Occupational/Non-Occupational Benefits Web (Organizational Solutions Inc.)

112 – Reading Body Language: How It Can Help Identify and Control Workplace Violence and Harassment (PSHSA)

112b – Reading Body Language: How It Can Help Identify and Control Workplace Violence and Harassment (Excellent)

113 – Organizational Mental Health “3.0”: Evidence Based Psychological Fitness & Cognitive Assessment Tools (AGS)

114 – Work-Related Asthma: When You Can’t Breathe Nothing Else Matters (The Lung Assoc.)

115 – Introduction to WSIB Claims (WSIB)

116 – Navigating the National Standard: Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace (SBCI)

117 – Effectively Managing Complex Workplace Injuries (Morneau Shepell)

119 – I Spy with My Ergonomic Eye (OSHTECH)

120 – Workplace Noise Surveys: A Hands-On Measurement Workshop (OSHTECH)

121 – Chronic Pain and RTW (CPM Centres for Pain Management)

122 -The Necessary Ingredients for a Good Psychological Assessment (AssessMed)

123 – What Has The Tribunal Been Up To? Important Recent WSIAT Decisions (McTague Law Firm LLP)

123b – Supplementary Material (What Has The Tribunal Been Up To? Important Recent WSAIT Decisions)

124 – Mental Stress and the Charter of Rights & Freedoms: The Wake of WSIAT Decision 2157/09 (Crawford Chondon & Partners LLP)

125 – How Bad Decisions Lead to Workplace Injuries (Desjardins)

126 –  WSIB’s Online Services (WSIB)

127 – Protect Yourself: Conducting Legally Defensible Workplace Investigations (Turnpenney Milne LLP)

128 – The Art of Negotiation, The Science of Settlement (Russell,Farquhar)

128-Supplementary Material (The Art of Negotiation, The Science of Settlement)

129 – Tough Acts To Follow — Different Benefits Under Four Different Acts (WSIAT)

129b – Supplementary Material (Tough Acts To Follow — Different Benefits Under Four Different Acts)

130 – New Paradigm in the Management and Return to Work of Employees with Mental Health Impairments (Optimal Performance Consultants Inc.)

131 – Advanced Disability Management Workshop: Tips for Complicated Claims and Litigation (Hicks Morley)

132 – Ergonomic and Wellness Initiatives to Prevent Workplace Injuries (ERGO Inc.)

134 – Ergonomic Accommodation for Office Workers (ERGO Inc.)

135 – Human Rights & the Duty to Accommodate Disability at Work (ON Human Rights Commission)

136 – Documenting OHS Due Diligence: The Right Way vs the Wrong Way (Mathews Dinsdale & Clark LLP)

137 – Managing Mental Health Claims in the Real World: Practical Use of Cognitive Services (Vale, Centric Health, Weaver Simmonds Law)

138 – MOLs New Prevention Strategy Document for Employers & Employees (Ministry of Labour)

140 – Section 63 Agreements – A Schedule 2 Settlement Option (WSIB)

141 – Ergonomic Accommodations for Office Workers (CAMH)

144 – Critical Success Factors for an Effective Workplace Wellness Program at City of Markahm (Centric Health)