Exceeding training targets while gearing up for mandatory working at heights training are among the noted accomplishments in WHSC’s 2014/15 Annual Report, now available online.
WHSC continues to meet new and existing health and safety training needs. The last fiscal year was no exception as the 2014/15 annual report, Ready to Train: Prepared for Prevention
, points out.
Along with being one of the first to get Ministry of Labour approval for our Working at Heights training program, WHSC developed new training on a range of topics from Globally Harmonized WHMIS to chainsaw operators while also completing several special client projects on a fee-for-service basis. Revisions to other essential programs made them current with legislative changes and helped keep us ready to train when needed.
Proud to report WHSC’s achievements, executive director, Dave Killham adds, “Despite a number of challenges we surpassed our training target goal. Under the right conditions though, WHSC could do so much more.”
Download the complete WHSC 2014/15 Annual Report
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to help workplace parties understand and exercise their legal occupational health and safety duties and responsibilities.
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