WHMIS training is a legal requirement for employees who may be exposed to hazardous materials. To ensure worker protection, employers must train workers about WHMIS 2015 as new labels and SDSs appear in workplaces. We are building an eLearning module to train your employees and meet compliance legislation. We can provide the module on a per user basis or implement the course into your LMS for a one-time fee, for an unlimited number of users. Please call for more details. Read More
Working at Heights – New Training Requirements
Ontario’s Working at Heights Training Program Standard has been established to improve fall prevention and worker safety. PSHSA is in the process of applying to be an approved training provider. If interested Pre-register Now
PSHSA's Emergency Services
PSHSA’s Emergency Services unit has been serving Ontario for decades. With experienced instructors and proven training courses, we have made great strides in reducing and preventing occupational injuries and illnesses in the province’s Fire, Police and Paramedic Services. PSHSA provides training and consulting spanning implementing incident management systems, personal protective equipment training and workplace violence. See all courses
Where to find Public Services Health and
PSHSA Regional Consultants stay connected at various events and conferences throughout the year. They are continually sharing their health and safety sector experience through innovative speaking engagements, trade show booth presence and workshops. Check for upcoming events here
Webinars are an ideal time-efficient, cost-effective method of training and delivering knowledge to you and your workers and are the next best thing to meeting in person. Here are a few of our FREE recommendations!
Real Hazards - Real Stories
How do you make health and safety REAL to employees who have heard it all before?
Threads of Life’s speakers tell the real stories behind the health and safety statistics. They bring home the devastating impact a workplace tragedy has on families, co-workers, and the community.
Niagara Region Reduced Its Lost Time Injuries By 61%. How Did They Do It?
Congratulations Niagara Region for recognizing this issue and making it a priority to take action.
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