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January 26, 2023

Standardized working at heights training improves safety, study

A follow-up study looking at the impact of Ontario’s mandated working at heights training confirms standardized training results in safer work.
January 18, 2023

Redefining workplace mental health with training and solutions

Mentally healthy workplaces are no longer a nice-to-have, but an absolute necessity. The last few years have taught us this much and more.
January 10, 2023

Ergonomics training key to RSI awareness and pain prevention

Do you have plans to recognize Repetitive Strain Injury Awareness Day, held annually the last day of February? To mark the event, why not participate in WHSC ergonomics training?
December 20, 2022

Start 2023 off right with OHS training: Register with WHSC!

Planning your New Year resolutions? Why not resolve to help create safer, healthier work too? And what better way to start than with lifesaving, cost-effective quality training?
December 13, 2022

WHSC post-secondary scholarship winners share COVID experiences

While the COVID crisis has caused trauma and loss, it has also inspired many to get active in their workplaces and communities to help safeguard worker and public health.
December 07, 2022

Ill-fitting PPE adds to safety hazards faced by working women

Personal protective equipment is failing to protect half of the Canadian workforce as most of it is designed to fit the bodies of men with little regard to women.
December 05, 2022

Artificial stone SDSs fail to reveal all hazards. A larger WHMIS problem?

Recent research has uncovered dramatic discrepancies between the actual measured hazardous content of artificial stone products and their WHMIS safety data sheets (SDSs).
November 17, 2022

Educators lack protection in-class and support online, studies find

Ontario educators suffer anxiety from a lack of COVID safety protocols in the classroom but teaching online creates even more stress new research finds.
November 15, 2022

Wireless radiation exposure limits outdated and unsafe

The science behind supposed safe exposure limits for radiation from cell phones and other wireless devices is being challenged by a coalition of noted, global researchers.
November 08, 2022

Training, an essential component to any effective lockout system

Energy sources including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, or other sources powering machines and equipment can harm and even kill workers.
November 02, 2022

Healthcare sector JHSC mandatory Part II Cert training

Workers in Ontario’s healthcare and social services sectors are confronted by some of the most hazardous workplaces. The current crisis has dramatically raised potential for harm.
October 25, 2022

Supervisor OHS mandatory training, compliance and prevention needed!

Where should workplaces begin in their journey to occupational health and safety compliance and prevention? Consider the following.

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