Carolyn Cuthbertson from PSHSA and George Waggott from McMillan LLP discuss accommodating medical marijuana in the workplace in this second session of a two-part series.Details
If your organization has more than one site or location, this hour-long webinar can help guide you in developing an effective Joint Health and Safety Committee that will keep all your employees safe.
Learn about your Roles and Responsibilities, Legalities and how to manage your sites from a Health and Safety perspective.Details
Revised in January 2014, Book 7 provides guidelines for traffic control and temporary work zones on or adjacent to highways. It is a helpful guide for municipalities dealing with Temporary Conditions relating to traffic control for Unplanned Events, Roundabout layouts, Mobile Operations, Traffic Control Persons (TCPs) and signage.Details
The session will focus on identifying factors that contribute to poor air quality, the standards that apply to these factors, measurement techniques and control options.
The session is designed for health and safety professionals who may need to establish a strategy to continuously improve IAQ. It would also be of interest to those responsible for building management, members of Joint Health and Safety Committees, supervisors and any person that may be involved in investigating worker concerns or complaints related to IAQ.Details
A free 30 minute joint webinar with MOL Provincial Hygienist and PSHSA to talk about the current status of GHS. This session will provide an update on what you need to know to prepare for the transition from WHMIS, what we know and don’t know and how to stay in compliance.Details
A free MOL/PSHSA webinar: Join MOL’s Dr Leon Genosove and PSHSA Director Henri Van hulle as they review prevention and enforcement strategies to protect workers who may be exposed to hazardous drugs or to material or equipment contaminated with waste materials. Webinar includes:Details
Preparing for MSD Blitz in Healthcare: Reducing Musculoskeletal Disorders through Prevention & Enforcement
Disorders of the Musculoskeletal System (MSDs) are the leading cause of disability in Ontario workplaces and account for over 45% of all lost-time injuries.Everyone has a role to play in reducing the number and severity of MSDs – Are you doing your part?Brian McInnes, Provincial Ergonomist and PSHSA consultants, provide an open discussion regarding prevention and enforcement strategies to protect workers from musculoskeletal injuries in the workplace.Details