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Heat & Cold Stress training now available in WHSC virtual classroom

The health effects of working in extreme temperatures are too often unknown and underestimated. Left unaddressed, the impacts can be deadly.

Need supervisor health & safety competency training? Register today.

Are you hiring extra summer staff? Are your supervisors prepared to provide proper instruction, supervision and training? Not sure? We can help.

Is your JHSC fully certified? We can help you quickly comply.

Has your joint health and safety committee completed Certification Parts I, II and Refresher training within three years? If not, your JHSC is not legally certified. We can help.

Working at heights training scheduled to aid compliance and safety

With the busy spring and summer construction season upon us, the Workers Health & Safety Centre is adding mandatory working at heights training opportunities across Ontario.

APPLY NOW for 2023 WHSC student scholarship opportunities

Workers Health and Safety Centre (WHSC) is once again offering cash scholarships to graduating Ontario high school students heading for post-secondary education this fall.

New WHSC initiative expands access to equipment operator training

Workers operating forklifts and powered elevating work platforms (PEWP) in any workplace must be competent. Access to quality training is critical to achieving this.

April 28, our day to remember and refocus on what matters most

Far too many workers don’t return home to their families at the end of the workday. Others do, but with debilitating physical and mental injuries and illness.

Prioritizing workplace mental health with needed training and solutions

Did you know one in four Canadians experience a mental health illness or a mental health issue? To help raise awareness May 1 to 7 has been declared mental health week in Canada.

Prioritize April 28. Join us at a Day of Mourning event.

Thousands will make time on April 28 to attend a National Day of Mourning event to honour workers injured, killed or made ill because of hazardous work. Will you?

Shorter workweek aids worker health AND business performance, study

A growing body of evidence suggests moving from a five-day workweek to four leads to healthier, happier workers and is beneficial to organizational outcomes.

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