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How to keep Ontario open and safe? WHSC post stage 3 webinar

What guided Ontario’s decision to close and now reopen our economy? What might trigger another shutdown? And how can Ontario workplaces help avoid this disastrous consequence?

These questions and more are the subject of this episode of Workers Health & Safety Centre’s Confronting COVID-19 webinar series.
As the Ontario government moves into stage three of their reopening framework we think it important to look back and more importantly look forward. We examine how public health authorities are tracking transmission rates and the role workplace health and safety measures can play in helping keep these rates from exploding exponentially.
We need only look south of our boarder to know what can happen when the reopening of an economy does not keep an eye on the reproduction rate of this dreaded disease and much needed health and safety protocols to combat it. Now is the time to redouble our efforts to learn and act on every reasonable precaution necessary to safeguard lives and livelihoods.
Also available for downloading and sharing is the PowerPoint developed in support of this webinar.

WHSC virtual training & COVID-19 docs

WHSC webinars, our virtual training classrooms and many COVID-19 resources are made available during these unprecedented and challenging times to help ensure workers, supervisors, joint health and safety committee members and others have access to a trusted source of training and information. Register today for any one of a growing list of WHSC virtual training classrooms. 

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As Ontario’s only designated health and safety training centre, WHSC supports workers, their representatives, supervisors, contractors and employers in every work sector with comprehensive training programs and information services. In all we do, we put workers first.  After all, it is their lives and livelihoods that are affected most when workplace hazards, including the COVID-19 virus go uncontrolled.

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