In Ontario, workers on 'construction jobs' require Working at Heights training. This course complies with the new Ministry of Labour's regulations.
The Ontario MOL is conducting a blitz for Falls in the workplace this summer. Are you in Compliance?
Our 2-day Train-the-Trainer program provides you with the knowledge and instructional methods needed to become an effective WAH blended learning Training Provider.
Anyone who works with or may come into contact with controlled products or hazardous materials on-the-job needs this training.
Now, WHMIS 2015 compliant! GHS has been incorporated into WHMIS. As a result, YOW Canada's online WHMIS 2015 course will cover both WHMIS 1988 and WHMIS 2015 until the full phase-in period is complete.
Under the Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training regulations of the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), which came into force on July 1, 2014, all employers in Ontario must ensure that their employees complete a basic health and safety awareness training program. This course meets this requirement.
This course is now available in French!
Fall hazards are dangerous in the workplace and employees working near these hazards need to have adequate knowledge and training to work safely. YOW’s Fall Protection Online Course is general training that covers the legislation, how to recognize fall hazards and how they are addressed.
As of April 1st 2015 this Fall Protection course is no longer valid for workers in Ontario who work on construction projects. If this applies to you, our Working at Heights in Ontario program is available.
These courses are designed to give trainees the required knowledge of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Clear Language Regulations. The courses cover the regulations for ground transport within Canada and are based on the employee's job function.
In mid-July 2017 the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDGR) were amended to be harmonized with other global regulations. Those regulations are the United Nations (UN) recommendations (19th edition) and subsequently the ICAO as well as the IMDG Code. Finally, Canada's TDG regulations have been better integrated with the US equivalent, 49 CFR regulations.
In Canada, overuse and "wear and tear" injuries are among the most costly work related injuries. Many Provinces have amended their Occupational Health and Safety Regulations to include Office Ergonomics. Learn good work habits and minimize lost time injuries with YOW's Office Ergonomics online course.
Workplace Violence and Harassment is a critical Health and Safety issue in workplaces across Canada. Employers must develop safe work policies and provide employee training. Employees must understand the workplace violence and harassment policies and work with the employer to prevent or eliminate the risks and hazards.