Workers Health & Safety Centre


Canadians need consistent protection against asbestos says CSA

Canadians continue to suffer from preventable exposures to asbestos. A new report explores how a national standard might better address this ongoing and significant health threat.

Certification training, supporting COVID-19 efforts and much more

While the COVID-19 virus remains a key focus of workplace prevention efforts, other workplace hazards mustn’t be overlooked.

Are your supervisors properly trained? WHSC offers virtual classes.

Employers have the greatest responsibility for workplace health and safety. Most critical? Ensuring their supervisors are competent and complete mandatory training.

Working at heights training. COVID-safe compliance available now.

WHSC has consistently communicated the need to take every reasonable precaution to prevent COVID-19 transmission in our workplaces, communities, AND our own classrooms.

WHSC launches search for new Executive Director

Have you got what it takes to lead Ontario’s only labour-endorsed, government-designated, occupational health and safety training organization? If so, WHSC wants to hear from you.

Ventilation issues addressed in updated WHSC Indoor Air training

With clear evidence that COVID-19 viral particles spread between people more readily indoors than outdoors, enhanced workplace ventilation is a priority for many.

Learning the value of virtual classrooms AND training standards

The COVID pandemic has forced many of us to examine how we deliver our products and services. Among our questions, what is the future of health and safety training in Ontario?

Need mandatory GHS-WHMIS training now? Find it in WHSC’s virtual classrooms.

As pandemic restrictions ease and more workplaces reopen, including schools this Fall, now is the time to review your workplace training. Is your WHMIS training up-to-date?

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