KRIGSTIN, Dr. Sally (Management Co-Chair)
sally.krigstin@utoronto.ca
ESC 3029
(416) 946-8507
(647) 888-5297
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UNG, Tony (Co-Chair)
tony.ung@utoronto.ca
ESC1010
(416) 978-5756
(905) 243 5324
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Maxim Batourine (Safety Rep. from Daniels)
m.batourine@daniles.utoronto.ca
DA179
(416) 946-0921
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TRATNIC, Nicole (Lab safety rep.)
nicole.tratnik@mail.utoronto.ca
ESC 2032

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SEMENIUK, Maria (Lab safety rep.)
maria.semeniuk@mail.utoronto.ca
ESC 2025

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All Daniels Faculty’s Forestry, Students and Research Assistants (including volunteers and exchange students) and Post Doctoral Researchers are required to read and adhere to the University of Toronto and Daniels Faculty’s Forestry Field Safety Policies and Procedures available for download below. Before beginning field work, researchers must also complete and submit a Field Research Safety Planning Record to the Dean’s office.


For research outside Canada

Please note that students conducting research outside Canada are required to complete a Request for Off-Campus Registration (pdf) form and to register with the University of Toronto Centre for International Experience Safety Abroad Database.

Students researching within Canada do not need to register on the Safety Abroad Database however they should complete an off-campus form if the research will take them off-campus for an extended period of time.

All Haliburton Forest researchers, summer employees, internships and volunteers who will be spending time in Haliburton Forest (including Bone Lake) are required by Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve, to check in on each visit with the main office/front gate before proceeding into any property owned and operated by Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve (including Bone Lake). The front office staff will supply forms that need to be filled in and submitted before entering onto any further property. Failure to register with Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve could result in a Trespass Violation and researchers would be asked to leave their property immediately.

Reporting of accidents and occupational illnesses involving death, critical injury, lost time or health care (by a medical practitioner) is required for employees under both the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act. Reporting of Accidents to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) is done centrally through the WSIB Administrator, Health and Well-being Programs and Services. Reporting must also be done for all non-employees present or working in University workplaces. These include undergraduate students, graduate students (except when performing TA duties, when they are employees), visitors and members of the general public. Accidents involving students or visitors are to be reported through the University of Toronto Risk Management and Insurance Department.