The WHSC is offering ergonomics training across Ontario for just $20 per participant (plus tax) in support of International Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Awareness Day.
What: WHSC Ergonomics Training
When: Friday, February 27, 2015
Where: More than 20 communities across Ontario
How: Register for one or more of the following programs
Ergonomics: Applying Prevention Principles at Work (regularly $171)
Ergonomics: Injuries, Risk Factors and Design Principles (regularly $171)
Ergonomics Toolbox (regularly $88)
Patient Handling (regularly $88)
*The special promo code PREVENTION
must be used once you access the participant registration page.
Space is limited for this specially-priced $20 training offer so register today.
Repetitive strain injuries, also commonly referred to as musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), are the leading cause of disability among Ontario workers. They are also the leading cause of lost productivity and pose significant related costs for employers.
International RSI Awareness Day, held annually the last day in February, highlights this ongoing epidemic. Equally, important the day provides focus for ending this epidemic through effective training and workplace ergonomic solutions aimed at prevention.
Implementing prevention solutions, many of which can be simple and inexpensive, can also help prevent legal compliance issues with health and safety law. Ontario and Canadian health and safety legislation require employers to protect workers from workplace hazards, including those that give rise to RSIs/MSDs.
WHSC ergonomics training focuses on these workplace prevention solutions.
Want to read more about RSIs/MSDs or to see the complete RSI Awareness Day training schedule?
Want to download the WHSC product sheet detailing descriptions for our Ergonomics Training courses?
Want additional information from the WHSC about RSI Awareness Day and training?
For additional information about WHSC ergonomics training or how the WHSC can help with all of your health and safety training needs
Call: 1-888-869-7950 and ask to speak to a training service representative