Business Profiles – Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers

Business Profiles with Frank Pullia

A Safer Workplace is Smart Business

THUNDER BAY – Business Profiles – The Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) offer free and confidential services for both workers and employers across Ontario.

Frank Pullia speaks with Donna Campbell from Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers ( about the services offered by the not-for-profit group that is focused on making Ontario Workplaces safer.

How Can OHCOW Help?

  • Concerned about health and safety in your workplace or have a question about a work-related health issue?
  • Do you believe you are sick or injured because of work?
  • Health and safety activist or professional?

Call 1-877-817-0336

These features are a part of a collaboration between Frank Pullia, Business Solutions Group, and NetNewsLedger.

The Day of Mourning for Workers injured on the Job was recognized in Thunder Bay.
The local committee for Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers here in Thunder Bay.
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Frank Pullia has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Lakehead University, is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and a Consulting CMA with over 26 years experience in business, marketing, management, labour, and politics. He has held positions of increasing responsibility in the public (Ontario Hydro), private sector international company (Kimberly Clark), Canada-USA organizations (Northwest-Midwest Alliance) and has been the Principal of Pullia Accounting & Consulting since 1995. He is an experienced and innovative business professional helping companies, municipalities, Aboriginal communities and not-for-profit organizations in Northwestern Ontario, Canada and internationally meet their strategic, financial, management and economic development objectives by providing leading-age business consulting services. Frank has an excellent background in public/private sector partnerships and forging alliances with various levels of government, having been a Councilor for the City of Thunder Bay for seven years. This experience and the many leadership roles taken through his involvement in numerous volunteer Boards and organizations, also allow him to provide a high-level of expertise on governance and management. Throughout his career he has focused on effective risk and change management and ensuring that organizations were and continue to be well positioned to deal with both internal and external challenges. Frank writes extensively covering trends and issues of social, economic, financial and political nature with a global perspective but of particular interest for the city and region. He is currently writing a book on the traditional Japanese martial arts and modern management techniques. He holds a 1st degree black belt in Shotokan Karate and has used the holistic approach of body-mind-spirit as a way of life to accomplish outstanding results in his personal and professional career.