Our role in Ontario’s health and safety system is unique. So is our approach. WHSC’s hazard-based training gives workplace representatives the knowledge and skills to proactively identify, assess and control, if not, eliminate hazardous working conditions.
- hundreds of existing hazard-specific and industry-specific training products
- legally mandated Certification training for joint health and safety committees (JHSC)
- training programs for legally required worker training such as WHMIS, fall protection, confined spaces, workplace violence and powered lift trucks
- training programs on common issues such as stress, ergonomics and indoor air quality
- customized training on a fee-for-service basis.
Independent research, our clients and program participants validate our training delivery model. WHSC instructors are well trained in adult education principles and training delivery methods. Their workplace experience makes for a relevant, engaging learning environment.
WHSC training programs include
- participant work sheets
- case studies
- small group discussions
- participant role play
- operator practicums
- audio-visual aids
- a variety of resources for use back in the workplace.
All WHSC programs have action and learning objectives to ensure knowledge and skills learned in-class can be applied in the workplace.
Located across Ontario, WHSC representatives can visit your workplace, help assess your training needs and arrange for cost-effective on-site or off-site training.
Want to train on-site? With a minimum number of participants and an appropriate training venue, our province-wide network of instructors can reach the remotest locations.
Essential WHSC programs like JHSC Certification training and WHMIS are also regularly scheduled across Ontario. Be sure to view our online schedule.
Beyond training, WHSC offers a range of research and information services to keep you current on occupational health and safety issues. All of these information resources are available online:
- A free inquiry service
- Award winning videos
- Hazard bulletins (also known as Resource Lines)
- E-newsletters and bulletins.