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    Workplace injuries such as repetitive strain injuries (RSI’s) account for 42% of all lost time claims and 50% of all lost time days.  To increase awareness on these issues, the Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers is pleased to offer the 12th annual RSIPLUS Awareness Day on Monday February 28, 2011 at no fee.


    With the aid of the eDome at Cambrian College, now anyone can access this year’s RSI Day event regardless of geographic location.  All that is required is a high speed internet connection, sound, and Microsoft Live Meeting.  Using this method people will be able to partake in the event regardless of geographic location.  Attendees using this method will be able to ask questions through the internet to any of the presenters.  It is asked that all interested parties in the Sudbury area attend the event in person. 


    The day before the event, the website address and login password will be sent to all participants not located in Sudbury as well as the handouts for the presentations.


    The registration form, and agenda can be found at the following link.  http://ohcow.on.ca/clinics/sudbury/RSIDAY_2011.html  If you do not receive a reply regarding your registration within 3 business days please contact Trevor Schell at the address below.


    If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of this year’s event please e-mail Trevor Schell for additional information at the address below in order to keep this event free of charge in future years.  


    Please feel free to forward this information to anyone you feel may benefit from it.


    For more information please contact Trevor Schell by:

    E-Mail:            [email protected] 

    Phone:            (705)523-2330 

    Toll-Free:        1-800-461-7120 (if in 705 or 807 area code)

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