Collisions involving motor vehicles are a major cause of injury and death in Ontario. Collisions can involve pedestrians, motor vehicles and other road users, including cyclists. Some of the factors that increase the risk of injury in a collision include:
- distracted driving
- lack of seat belt and child restraint use
- speed and aggressive driving
- driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs
- lack of bicycle helmet use
PHO Rounds: Opioid Toxicity Among Ontarians Who Worked in the Construction Industry
This session will summarize the key findings of the report and the implications for practice by first providing an overview of the report findings. This will be followed by a discussion on opportunities to tailor strategies that aim to prevent harm and better support people who use drugs in the construction industry. Participants are invited to engage in the facilitated question and answer period at the end, to discuss findings.