Our health and safety training courses are designed for all employees, whether you’re in construction, working in a factory, or sitting behind a desk in an office. Online health and safety training courses will help with injury prevention and in creating a safer work environment for all employees. We offer online health and safety courses in accordance with the recommendations and best practices from OSHA and Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) standards to promote employee safety and wellbeing at all times. From basic health and safety courses to accident investigation and workplace inspection, we have designed our courses in accordance with the acts and regulations of the authorities to ensure the safest and most comfortable work environment.
The purpose of a hazardous occurrence investigation is to find the root causes, address gaps, and prevent similar events from occurring. This Hazardous Occurrence Investigations for Federally-Regulated Work Places online training course familiarizes workplace parties in the federal jurisdiction with how to carry out their respective responsibilities when conducting an investigation under the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, Part XV – Hazardous Occurrence Investigation, Recording, and Reporting.
This Health & Safety for Senior Executives: Legislation & Liability online training course introduces the principles of Canadian law and the elements and benefits of a strong health and safety program. This course emphasizes the need for due diligence by all executives to limit concerns regarding civil and criminal liability.
This Health and Safety Awareness online training course was designed for employers, supervisors, and workers. This course outlines key health and safety rights and responsibilities of different groups in the workplace, helps you identify the types of workplace hazards, outlines protective measures that should be taken to ensure everyone in a workplace is safe and how you can participate in the health and safety of your workplace.
This online Health and Safety Awareness for Ontario Supervisors training course explains your role and duties as a supervisor regarding health and safety at the workplace, why it is important to know what Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and regulations require, and outlines how to recognize, assess, control and evaluate hazards to keep your workers safe.
This Health and Safety Awareness online training course explains your rights and responsibilities as a worker on the job in Ontario, and what the province's Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires from workers, supervisors, and employers. It is important to understand what the law says and means so that you know your roles and responsibilities, and how this knowledge helps you to stay safe at work. You also need to be aware of common hazards in the workplace, and what to watch out for.
This Health and Safety Committees online training course is a practical introduction to Health and Safety Committees. This course offers guidance on how to establish a new committee, how a committee can perform its functions, and how it can be effective. It introduces the course participant to the roles and responsibilities of a committee and its members.
This Health and Safety Committees and Representatives online training course is a practical introduction to Work Place Health and Safety committees, Health and Safety representatives, and Policy Health and Safety committees. This course will help health and safety committee members and representatives meet training requirements specified in the Canada Labour Code, Part II.
This Health and Safety for Managers and Supervisors online training course is designed to give managers and supervisors an understanding of the components of workplace health and safety. In this course, you will learn how to recognize hazards and take effective preventive actions to prevent injuries, and foster a safety culture at your workplace.
In this Health and Safety for Office Managers online training course, you will learn about hazards in the office and how to prevent them and gain an understanding of the components of workplace health and safety. This course focuses on the manager's legal responsibilities and steps to fulfill them such as inspections, accident investigation, and accommodation of injured employees.
This Health and Safety for Small Business [Canada] online training course is designed for employers, supervisors and workers. Workplace injuries and illnesses have a direct effect on the company's bottom line, and the ability to operate safely is essential to building a productive, cost-effective organization. In this course, we will identify the health and safety responsibilities of suppliers, employers and workers and describe strategies for small businesses to meet their health and safety responsibilities.
This Health and Safety for Small Business online training course introduces owners and managers to the types of health and safety problems that can occur in small businesses and gives practical information and tips regarding strategies to identify hazards and manage risks, identify the health and safety responsibilities of employers and identify key components of an effective health and safety program.
This Hot Work Safe Practices online training course is designed for employees involved in hot work - i.e. any work using open flames or sources of heat that could ignite materials in the work area. Learners will be introduced to the fire triangle and other fire characteristics; safe work practices for hot work; roles and responsibilities of the individuals involved in hot work; and hot work permits.
This How to Respond to an Active Shooter online training course is designed for employees, managers and employers. Unfortunately, today active shooter situations are a common reality. This course offers the planning and preparation that will help an organization reduce the likelihood of such a situation and mitigate the harm if an incident does occur.
Every workplace has hazards and risks, some are minor, some are life- and property-threatening and many fall somewhere in between. This Identifying Hazards and Assessing Risks online training course will teach you to identify the hazards and assess risks in your workplace and learn to protect workers’ safety and health by putting controls in place to reduce or eliminate hazards.
Being impaired at work - whether caused by alcohol, drugs, or another source - can affect our ability to focus, make decisions, follow instructions, and handle equipment and tools. This online Impairment and Cannabis in the Workplace training course focuses on impairment and the steps a workplace can take to address this issue, using cannabis as an example.
This Impairment: What Workers Need to Know online training course will help you learn about your role as a worker in recognizing and responding to workplace impairment. This course will also help you learn about your organization’s policies and procedures to help make sure that everyone is treated fairly and has a safe place to work.
This Incident Investigation online training course is designed for employees who are members of the health and safety committee, health and safety representatives, supervisors, and managers. This course will help you understand how and why incidents in the workplace are investigated. It will also examine the process of Root Cause Analysis and present good safety practices that can help prevent incidents from occurring.
The quality of the air we breathe during our work can affect our health, comfort, and productivity. This Indoor Air Quality online training course will help you understand the factors that contribute to good indoor air quality (IAQ) in offices and non-industrial workplaces. This course provides practical advice on how to investigate and respond to indoor air problems.
Ce cours passe en revue ce que les jeunes travailleurs doivent savoir sur la législation en matière de santé et de sécurité. Il explique les droits et responsabilités au travail et les exigences des lois sur la santé et la sécurité pour les employeurs, les superviseurs et les travailleurs.
The Integration: The Next Evolution in Safety Performance online training course is designed for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) professionals to demonstrate the approaches to and benefits of integrating safety-specific and non-safety specific systems in reducing injury exposure. This allows organizations to better address what contributes to safety outcomes, and in the process builds a working environment that fosters heightened organizational citizenship and company-wide ownership for safety.
Un programme de gestion des espaces clos vise à garantir que les travaux sont exécutés en toute sécurité conformément aux exigences réglementaires et aux politiques de l'organisation. Ce cours aide les gestionnaires et les superviseurs à élaborer un programme efficace de gestion des espaces clos, en traitant en outre des permis à obtenir et des marches à suivre concernant l'identification et l'évaluation des espaces clos, la maîtrise des risques, l'entrée sans danger dans un espace clos, la planification des interventions d'urgence et la formation requise. Le cours a été développé par le Centre canadien d'hygiène et de sécurité au travail (CCHST).
Ce cours présente les principales étapes de la planification des interventions en cas d'urgence et la façon de les rendre efficaces dans votre lieu de travail. Ces étapes sont les suivantes : création de l'équipe chargée de la planification des interventions en cas d'urgence, évaluation des situations d'urgence potentielles, identification de la capacité d'intervention de l'organisation, communication, formation, essai et amélioration du plan, et poursuite des activités normales de l'entreprise.
Ce cours vous aidera à comprendre les facteurs qui contribuent à l'obtention d'une bonne qualité de l'air intérieur (QAI) dans les bureaux et les milieux de travail non industriels. Il décrit le « syndrome des bâtiments malsains » et ses diverses causes, notamment une mauvaise distribution de l'air frais, les contaminants provenant de sources internes et externes, et l'humidité. Le cours fournit des conseils pratiques sur la façon d'effectuer une enquête et de résoudre les problèmes liés à la qualité de l'air intérieur.
Les cadres supérieurs (employeurs, propriétaires et principaux gestionnaires) de chaque entreprise doivent comprendre leurs responsabilités en vertu de la loi canadienne afin de fournir un lieu de travail sain et sécuritaire, et de se conformer aux exigences en matière de formation et autres. Ce cours en ligne présente les principes de la réglementation canadienne ainsi que les éléments et les avantages d'un programme de santé et de sécurité au travail exhaustif. Il met l'accent sur l'obligation pour tous les cadres supérieurs de faire preuve de diligence raisonnable afin de limiter les sujets de préoccupation à l'égard de la responsabilité civile et criminelle.