Considering a scent-free workplace? Not sure what is involved? In this free webinar, Jan Chappel from CCOHS will discuss scent sensitivities, fragrance-free policies, and the challenges faced in the workplace.
In this 30-minute session you will learn:
- what is meant by “scent-free” and what is meant by statements on product labels
- reported health effects from scented products
- how to recognize if scents are an issue in your workplace
- steps you can take to accommodate scent sensitivities in your workplace, including implementation of a scent-free policy.
This webinar was originally broadcast on October 20, 2011.
About the Presenter
Jan Chappel is a Senior Technical Specialist with the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), and is a project leader and author for OSH Answers (fact sheets) and publications.
She also works on a variety of projects including creating e-learning courses, developing OSH educational material for teachers in Ontario and Costa Rica, and projects such as healthy workplaces and designing a national web site for young workers in Canada.
Jan has a background in both Occupational Hygiene from the University of Toronto (MHSc) and Health Studies from the University of Waterloo.
Length: 30 minutes
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