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Need workplace violence training? Find it in WHSC’s virtual classroom.

A 2018 Statistics Canada report confirmed Canadian workers experience high rates of workplace harassment and violence, hazards made worse by the current pandemic.

Are you COVID-ready? Certify your JHSC via WHSC’s virtual classroom

A second wave of COVID-19 infection is now spreading in Ontario workplaces and communities. Experts warn this wave could be worse than the first.

Secret to our success? Read WHSC's 2019/2020 Annual Report to find out.

Why is Workers Health & Safety Centre a trusted source of health and safety information and training for so many? We answer this question in our 2019/2020 Annual Report.

WHSC COVID-19 training updated and scheduled in virtual classrooms

The virus that causes COVID-19 and our understanding of conditions that spread it continue to evolve. As such, necessary precautions must evolve too.

Fed gov’t expands employer duties to address violence and harassment

Legislation aimed at preventing work place violence and harassment and expanding protection to more federally-regulated workers will come into force on January 1, 2021.

New WHSC Labour Day video explores lessons of 2020

The future, even the very near future, is filled with many questions each tinged with hope but also fear. For workers on the frontlines of Ontario’s reopening much is at stake.

JHSC Certification: Safe September learning continues virtually

Competent joint health and safety committees (JHSC) can play a critical role identifying and resolving workplace health and safety issues, including COVID-related concerns.

WHSC working at heights training resumes with COVID precautions

Have you been waiting for access to essential and mandatory Working at Heights (WAH) training delayed by the COVID-19 crisis? If so, your wait is over.

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