Duty to Accommodate 2012

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Report Code: HRP12835. October, 2012. Toronto

ARTICLE 1

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005

Alfred Spencer
Director, Outreach and Compliance Branch
Accessibility Directorate of Ontario
Ministry of Community and Social Services

ARTICLE 2

Accommodation Due to Mental Illness: Duty to Inquire,
Duty to Disclose, Confident Return to Work

Dr. Ash Bender
Deputy Clinical Director, Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program
Clinical Head of the Work, Stress and Health Program (WSH)
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

ARTICLE 3

Accommodation Due to Mental Illness

Lewis Gottheil
Director, Legal Department
CAW-Canada

ARTICLE 4

Mental Illness in the Workplace: The Employer’s Perspective

Heather Crisp
Solicitor
City of Toronto – Legal Services

ARTICLE 5

Traumatic Mental Stress: A Widening of Compensable Events

Rhonda Shirreff
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

ARTICLE 6

Psychological Health and Safety in the Canadian Workplaces:
Challenges and Opportunities for Employers Seeking to Comply
with the Coming Standard

Cheryl Edwards
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

ARTICLE 7

Canada’s New Standard on Psychological Health and Safety
in the Workplace

Cheryl Edwards
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

Elizabeth Rankin
Project Manager
CSA Group

ARTICLE 8

Recent Developments in Legal Accommodation Obligations

Raj Anand
Partner
WeirFoulds LLP

ARTICLE 9

Privacy vs. Required Disclosure of Medical Information:
Balancing Competing Rights

John Brewin
Counsel
Ryder Wright Blair and Holmes LLP

Sherry Liang
Manager of Adjudication/Senior Adjudicator
Tribunal Services Department
Information and Privacy Commissioner/Ontario

Simon Mortimer
Partner
Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

ARTICLE 10

Finding the Right Accommodation: Does Refusal to
Cooperate Absolve the Duty to Accommodate and
What Accommodations Must Parties Accept?

Leah Deffett
WSIB Rehabilitation Representative
CUPE Local 79

Lucy Siraco
Solicitor, Legal Department
Toronto Transit Commission

ARTICLE 11

Is Aging or a Disability Ever An Excuse for Non-Productivity?

Angela Rae
Partner
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP

ARTICLE 12

Accommodating Injured Workers – New Worker Reintegration Policies

Joseph Morrison
Partner
Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark LLP

ARTICLE 13

Investigating Disability Claims Fraud

Christine Thomlinson
Partner
Rubin Thomlinson LLP