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Following are the 4 mandatory occupational health and safety trainings in Ontario, which you will have to complete irrespective of the industry that you are working in. As ORHMA members, you will get a Special Bundle Offer of all the 4 mandatory health and safety trainings in Ontario for ‘$40.00+HST per employee’.
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Comply with O. Reg. 165/16. In compliance with the Ontario Regulation 429/07. AODA – Customer Service Standard course provides the required and necessary information for all customer service employees in Ontario. Disabilities don’t discriminate; unfortunately, sometimes, people do (often unintentionally). Take this course and help stop the stigmas.
Comply with R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 860, s. 5 (1); O. Reg. 168/16, s. 2 (1, 3). The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) created a consistent and practical way to identify hazardous materials and developed the necessary measures for prevention and control, should an accident or illness occur. This module is designed to address the legislative requirements for the training incorporating WHMIS Symbols/Pictograms, Supplier Labels, Workplace Labels, MSDS/SDS, Responsibilities, and Controls.
Comply with Ontario Regulation 297/13. This training further informs workers/supervisors about their roles and responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The training also informs them regarding the functions of the Joint Health and Safety Committee as well as the Health and Safety Representative and the benefits taking an active role in an organization’s health and safety. The training will educate on the roles of the Ministry as well as WSIB and the common workplace hazards.
Comply with Part III.0.1 – s.32.0.1 to s.32.0.8 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. O.1. In 2010, the OHS Act of Ontario was amended with the specific intention of increasing the protection of employees from workplace violence. It also put an increased focus on employers to actively address and prevent violence and harassment in the workplace. Understanding methods of identifying and preventing workplace violence and harassment, in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, is important and required for all workers/supervisors in Ontario. This course provides employees/supervisors with the foundation necessary to understand and prevent violence and harassment in the workplace.
Mandatory OHS Compliance – A Quick Quiz