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Cathy  Chandler

Cathy Chandler

Consultant | Paralegal Fasken
Canadian employers should all be armed with practical knowledge to identify, assess and control workplace hazards, and to effectively implement their organization's OHS management system
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto
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With expertise in occupational health and safety and workers’ compensation law, Cathy Chandler provides consulting, training and litigation support for employers, organizations and industry associations across Canada.

An experienced Occupational Health and Safety Consultant, Cathy conducts seminars for clients on how to practically comply with OHS and worker’s compensation legislation. She is also frequently sought out to perform gap analysis audits to determine a client’s legal compliance with OHS legislation.

In the area of OHS and workers' compensation claims management, she develops workplace policies, procedures and training programs for clients.

Prior to joining the firm, Cathy worked in industry for 10 years managing health and safety strategies, practices and programs for manufacturing and health care organizations.

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Education

  • BSc (Hons), Occupational Health and Safety Ryerson University

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Instructor, University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies (May 2012-present) 
  • Course Instructor for 2713-003 Accident Prevention, Loss Control and OHS Management Systems (Spring 2012/Winter 2013)
  • Course Instructor for 2759 Advanced OHS Management (Winter 2013)
  • Member, Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (2009)
  • Member, Law Society of Upper Canada (2008)
  • Member, Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (2003)
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