Colette Severin is a research operations manager responsible for data, information, privacy and ethics, as well as a project coordinator, at the Institute for Work & Health (IWH).
As part of her management role in research operations, she is the Institute's data documentation coordinator, managing the integrity of data records for all IWH project data holdings.
In her role of project coordinator, she is currently working with Dr. Ben Amick on a study to examine the relationship between occupational health and safety leading indicators and injury rates to develop benchmarking reports and a performance dashboard for the construction industry. She is also involved in a study examining the long-term labour market and health recovery outcomes affecting people with work-related injuries or illnesses after they are no longer engaged with the Ontario workers’ compensation system.
Severin holds a master’s of health science in community health and epidemiology from the University of Toronto, and a CPHI(C) certification in public health inspection from the School of Occupational and Public Health at Ryerson University.