Complete this online course in less than 30 minutes and print your own certificate immediately!
Occupational Health and Safety Awareness for Workers in 4 Steps Course Details
This course covers basic Safety topics as they relate to workers in Ontario:
1. The duties and rights of workers under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (“the Act”).
2. The duties of employers and supervisors under the Act.
3. The roles of health and safety representatives and joint health and safety committees under the Act.
4. The roles of the Ministry, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and entities designated under section 22.5 of the Act with respect to occupational health and safety.
5. Common workplace hazards.
6. The requirements set out in Regulation 860 (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)) with respect to information and instruction on controlled products.
7. Occupational illness, including latency.
OHSA protects workers by mandating that all workers are trained in this course and so aware of their duties, responsibilities and rights.
Who is this course for?
-All workers working in Ontario must obtain this basic safety training regardless of their industry, as per Ontario Regulation 297/13
- Step 1: Get on the Board
- Step 2: Get in the Know
- Step 3: Get Involved
- Step 4: Get More Help
After successful completion, all students will have access to their Certificate for printing. Certificate will be located under student’s “Learning Dashboard” and it will include both, wall size as well as wallet sized card.
- Around 20-30 min
- Internet access required.
- Internet Explorer
O.Reg. 297/13: https://www.ontario.ca/laws/regulation/r13297
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