Marianne Levitsky, ECOH’s Senior Industrial Hygiene Associate, has been involved in multiple press stories about COVID-19 preventive measures, and we thought we would share links to the articles for your reference.
Do you need an N95 to protect yourself from Omicron (and what you need to know if you have one)
N95, medical or cloth face masks: Which is best against the Omicron COVID-19 variant? Canada’s latest guidance explained
Is that COVID-19 mask you’re wearing good enough amid Omicron? Here’s what the experts say
Plexiglass barriers for COVID-19 ‘counterproductive’ in most business settings, experts say
How much ventilation makes a Manitoba school safe? Experts say it’s a moving target
Employers hope to breathe easier and limit COVID-19 infections by improving ventilation
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Senior Industrial Hygiene Associate
Marianne Levitsky is a Certified Industrial Hygienist/Registered Occupational Hygienist and a Senior Industrial Hygiene Associate at ECOH, where she has been involved in developing ECOH’s COVID-19 response and advising clients on re-opening plans. She was founding President of Workplace Health Without Borders, a non-profit organization that engages volunteers in promoting occupational health for workers everywhere. She was previously Director, Best Practices, Prevention for the WSIB and an occupational hygienist with the Ontario Ministry of Labour. She is adjunct faculty at the University of Toronto and was a member of the Toronto Board of Health. Marianne has received the OHAO Hugh Nelson award and the Yant Award from AIHA, both of which recognize excellence in occupational hygiene. She has served as chair of the AIHA International Affairs Committee and is an AIHA Fellow.