Workers Health & Safety Centre has always set a high standard for health and safety training. In 2016/2017 however, we clearly saw the power of higher quality mandatory training standards. The year was a banner one for WHSC, as we met increased demand for mandatory programs, including Working at Heights and JHSC Certification. But this surge also saw an uptake in a number of other WHSC training essentials and fee-for-service training.
The WHSC 2016/2017 Annual Report, Raising the Bar on Prevention: Setting the standard for prevention,
additionally details WHSC’s challenge to sustain its effective training approach. Drawing upon its base of support, WHSC organized a learning conference for its qualified instructors and worker advocates to explore the many threats to quality training. You can read special coverage of this conference in the 2016/2017 Annual report.
Other report details include considerable WHSC efforts in program development, instructor development, outreach to our constituents, clients and the public, information services and volunteer recognition.
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The 2016/2017 Annual Report Includes:
Board of Directors Listing
Executive Director’s Report