Need to get into compliance fast? Workers Health & Safety Centre (WHSC) has expanded Working at Heights (WAH) training and refresher courses into more communities across Ontario.
Regulations in the province require employers ensure workers who work on construction projects complete a Ministry of Labour, Chief Prevention Officer-approved, working at heights training program before they work at heights and use fall protection equipment and systems. And for continued compliance, employers must ensure workers they employ complete an approved WAH refresher program every three years. WHSC is Ontario’s official designated WAH trainer with more than 35+ years of experience in occupational health and safety training, delivered from a worker perspective.
It is important to keep in mind too construction projects include more than those on construction sites.
They can also occur in factories, schools, restaurants, offices, film sets and hospitals. Every worker deserves training, to work in a safe environment and to come home unharmed.
Check out our expanded schedule and register today!
WAH training and WAH Refresher training is conducted in safe, in-person classes in communities and workplaces across Ontario. Register for training
in a community near you. To book onsite workplace training, connect with a training services representative in your area
About our approved program:
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- Study the hazards of WAH, basic rights and duties along with relevant regulations governing fall arrest hazards, fall protection equipment and WAH projects.
- Learn about the use, inspection, limitations, storage and procedures for travel restraint, fall restricting and fall arrest systems.
- Gain hands-on training on fall prevention equipment and systems and key components of a fall rescue plan and emergency procedures too.
Contact a WHSC training services representative in your area.
to learn about all our program offerings
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