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COVID is AIRBORNE

Canadian Experts Share Their Recommendations

The SARS-CoV2 virus is in the air — at close range and further away.

This clear science can no longer be denied.

Occupational health specialists and others from Canada and around the world have delivered this message since the pandemic began.

PAST EVENT RESOURCES

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MASK SMART 1

PROTECT YOURSELF and OTHERS
TODAY (and TOMORROW)

Presenters:

John Oudyk,
Occupational Hygienist

Dr. Simon Smith,
Respirator expert

Dr. Kevin Hedges, Occupational Hygienist

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MASK SMART 2

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION IN THE WORKPLACE

Presenters:

Kashif Pirzada, MD

Neil McDermott, M.Sc., CRSP, CIH

Paul Bozek, BASc, MEng, MBS, PEng, CIH, ROH

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MASK SMART 3

PROTECTING WORKERS FROM AIRBORNE HAZARDS

Presenters:

Simon Smith
Respirator Expert
Lydia Renton
Blue Metric Environmental

Dan Curts
3M Canada

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REALITY CHECK, MODELLING & SURVEILLANCE TO GUIDE FUTURE RESPONSES

Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW)

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VENTILATION and RISK ASSESSMENT for COVID-19 PREVENTION

Workplace Health Without Borders (WHWB), including John Oudyk, OHCOW Hygienist

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THE T-CELLS ARE NOT ALRIGHT

CALLS TO ACTION

 Practical Solutions Based on Public Health Fundamentals for Homes and Workplaces

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LETTERS

Making Recommendations to Government Leaders and Public Health Officials

NEW! 
We All Have the Right to Clean, Respirable Air – Both Inside and Out

March 3, 2022

Le français arrive bientôt

There is still time to address aerosol transmission of COVID-19

January 4, 2021

The science is clear: Protective measures must fully account for aerosol transmission of the virus, as we said in January

February 19, 2021

PRESS RELEASES

Translating Science Into Action Through Expert Recommendations

The science is clear. Scientists and others renew call on governments to recognise aerosol transmission, update guidance and enforcement

February 19, 2021

 There’s no excuse left.
We need new, stronger measures to deal with COVID-19’s airborne transmission

April 16, 2021

 Canadians need stronger, consistent protections from COVID-19! Will you commit to include the following actions in your electoral platform?

September 2, 2021

Made by Volunteer Members of the Coalition

PRESENTATIONS

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Clear the Air
(of all kinds of hazards)


March 1, 2022

John Oudyk

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Mask Smart – Protect Yourself and Others Today (and Tomorrow)

March 1, 2022

Dr. Kevin Hedges

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"Mask Smart"
What You Need to Know to Protect Yourself and Others

 

March 1, 2022

 

Simon Smith

 

In THE MEDIA

Articles and Videos Supported by the Coalition

Scientists call on Canada to refocus efforts on addressing airborne spread of COVID-19

Globe and Mail

Published January 4, 2021
Updated: January 21, 2021

Experts question usefulness of masks purchased by province for Alberta students

CTV News (Edmonton)

January 2, 2022

How COVID-19 Is Airborne

TVO

January 11, 2022

STUDIES / Reports 

Supported by the Coalition

Covid-19 has Redefined Airborne Transmission – 
Improving Indoor Ventilation and Air Quality Will Help Us All to Stay Safe


British Medical Journal

April 14, 2021
 

Ten Scientific Reasons in Support of Airborne Transmission of SARS-CoV2

The Lancet

April 15, 2021

Indoor Air Changes and Potential Implications for SARS-CoV2 Transmission

Journal of the American Medical Association

April 16, 2021

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affiliated organizations

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Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists

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Masks4Canada

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Protect Our Province AB  |  BC |  QC 

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World Health Network

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Workplace Health Without Borders (WHWB)

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Zero COVID Canada

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Occupational Hygiene Association of Ontario (OHAO)

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COVID-STOP