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David Marchione Toronto Consultant

David Marchione

Consultant | Paralegal Fasken
Health and safety compliance is critical for every employer in Ontario, which is why I am so passionate about educating clients on this critical aspect of the law.
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto


David Marchione is an Occupational Health and Safety Consultant/Paralegal in Fasken’s Toronto office, with an extensive background in policy and procedure development, workplace accident investigations, and legislative compliance audits. David is a workers’ compensation specialist with extensive experience assisting clients with managing workers’ compensation claims and limiting costs.

Passionate about educating clients at all levels of an organization on health and safety, David develops and delivers presentations on Joint Health and Safety Committee Certification, Workers’ Compensation Claims Management, Workers’ Compensation Appeal Preparation and Health and Safety Due Diligence.

Advising employers at all levels of the workers’ compensation system across Canada, he also assists clients with managing complex workers’ compensation claims and represents employers at all levels of workers' compensation appeals, including at the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal.

David is a member of the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) and a Certified Health and Safety Consultant.  He is also a member of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Ontario Bar Association.


Career & Education


  • Certificate, Occupational Health & Safety Ryerson University
  • BA (Honours), Criminology/Sociology University of Toronto
  • Law Enforcement, 1993, Seneca College

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Ontario Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section
  • Canadian Society of Safety Engineering
  • Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals


Fasken Institute


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