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Worker Health & Safety Awareness Training

Worker Health and Safety Awareness Training will be mandatory for all workers in Ontario regardless of industry. This law goes into in effect as of July 2014. Although the Ministry of Labour offers a free course, they don’t keep track of the training records for you. Our course meets ministry standards while giving you peace of mind knowing we have all trainee records on file in case you need it.


This course will educate you on the rights and responsibilities in the workplace for employees, managers, supervisors and employers. By the end of this course you will know duties in the Internal Responsibility System and your rights about workplace hazards. This will help ensure the health and safety and over all wellbeing of not only yourself but also others around you in the workplace.

 

You will learn:

Your duties within the Internal Responsibility System

Your rights about workplace hazards
When a worker cannot be reprised
How to become informed about working safely
Ways to participate in health and safety
Your rights to refuse unsafe work
External resources for workplace health and safety

 

Who Needs Worker Health and Safety Awareness Training?

Employees, employers, mangers, supervisors, in all types of work environments

 

Elements of a Typical Violence Program

Program vs. Policy – What is the difference between the two
Duties and Responsibilities – Management,Employees, Risk Assessment
Purpose
Performance techniques

 

Hazard Awareness and Control

Hierarchy of controls
Musculoskeletal injuries
Slips, trips and falls
Working with machinery
Workplace violence
Motorized vehicles
Hazard protection
Safety communication
Roles

 

Working Together

How to participate in health and safety
Functions of JHSC and Health and Safety reps
Required postings from OHSA

 

Obtaining Assistance

Recognize the importance of working internally
Identify when to contact the Ministry of Labour
List other resources available for safety information

 

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