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About the OHS Project

The OHS Project is a collective initiative that aims to develop and share educational tools (e.g., cases, podcasts, online training modules, and op-eds) to be used in Occupational Health & Safety education across the world. 

The materials shared on this website have been developed by the students of HRM 3400 (Occupational Health & Safety) course at the School of Human Resources Management, York University, Toronto, Canada.

Our mission is to be the largest free Occupational Health and Safety teaching resource in the world and contribute to the Occupational Health & Safety training of peer students in other institutions.

Visitors are welcome to use the cases, podcasts, training modules, and op-ed pieces offered on this website. Should you choose to include them in your courses, we kindly ask that you give credit to students by properly citing their materials.

We also would love to hear from you should you have any (positive or negative) feedback for us.

About the Project Lead
Dr. Duygu Biricik Gulseren works as an assistant professor at the School of Human Resources Management at York University, Toronto, Canada. She studies and teaches occupational health and safety. You can access her faculty profile here.
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