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Working at heights training spots filling fast. REGISTER TO COMPLY TODAY!

Construction sector employers must review working at heights (WAH) training records for workers they employ to ensure compliance with mandatory training obligations.

WHSC shares a Day of Mourning message from Dave Killham, Exec Director

The future of work? Contemplating this question is exceedingly difficult when we are mired in the present, attempting to combat a crushing third wave of COVID-19 and its variants.

JHSC Certification training aids COVID-19 efforts. SECURE YOUR SEAT!

With the third, and most daunting, wave of the COVID-19 pandemic upon us, greater attention is turning to workplace transmission and the employer duty to protect workers.

Deadline for Working at Heights Refresher training fast approaching

Ontario employers must ensure a double cohort of construction workers in their employ complete Working at Heights (WAH) Refresher training between now and August 31, 2021.

Strengthen your COVID response. Ensure your JHSC is properly trained.

Highly transmissible variants of concern and ongoing community spread are reasons to shore up precautions to prevent transmission of COVID-19 in your workplace.

WHSC offers training in support of RSI Awareness Day and prevention

Research evidence and workplace experiences confirm prevention of repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) also known as musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) is decidedly achievable.

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