COVID-19 Survey of Worker Experiences

COVID-19 Survey of Worker Experiences

Share your COVID-19 work experiences through online survey


Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) has launched a Survey of Workers’ Experiences during a Pandemic to recognize and capture the impact working during the COVID-19 pandemic is having on all workers.

The survey will give voice to thousands employed in workplaces deemed essential during the COVID-19 pandemic. The findings offer the ability to understand the short and long-term physical and mental health impacts of working during a pandemic and will aid in identifying patterns and providing insight for future prevention work.

We would like to ensure that Alberta voices are captured in the data.

The survey was developed by OHCOW with researchers at the Institute for Work & Health and Duke University in North Carolina, with input from health and safety union staff representatives, based on questions and concerns raised by their members.

Please share widely!

This will help OHCOW, the AWHC and others to better understand the pandemic’s impact, associated hazards and most importantly, possible prevention strategies.

The survey is accessed through the Survey Monkey link here:


A separate specific survey for healthcare workers can be found here:


If you have questions, contact John Oudyk at