JHSC Certification Part 1 Changes
The Ministry of Labour announced that Joint Health Safety Committee (JHSC) Certification Part I training will be able to be delivered solely through eLearning in addition to the options of classroom, blended and distance learning.
Building on our expertise in digital product delivery and our eLearning capability PSHSA is set to embrace these changes and will plan to offer a JHSC Certification Part I eLearning program. With significant experience in providing specialized eLearning that is designed to a standard we have the capability to deliver a great digital customer experience once the change is implemented.
Moral Injury Assessment
Are you a first responder or public safety worker or who has faced moral challenges while on the job?
A team of researchers at McMaster University and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton are interested in learning more about moral injury, which can occur when an individual perpetrates, witnesses, fails to prevent, or learns about behaviour that violates deeply held beliefs about one's own moral or ethical standards.
PTSD and Anti-Stigma Awareness eLearning
Is your organization wondering how to create awareness of PTSD and how to build a common understanding within your workplace?
Do you need help understanding signs, symptoms and risk factors for PTSD?
Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC)
Every Ontario business with 20 or more employees is required to have a JHSC.
We are the only Ministry of Labour certified training provider offering both eLearning (blended) and classroom training.
Our blended option will save you 1 day of training!
First responders are at least twice as likely to suffer from PTSD. There’s no need to suffer in silence. The help you need is here.
Resources and services for the First Responder community to understand the various steps of a PTSD program from managing a crisis through to implementing best practices into an existing program.1
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. Our new eLearning module will train your employees and meet compliance legislation. We can provide the module on a per user basis or help to implement it onto your LMS for a one-time fee, for an unlimited number of users. Please call for more details. Read More
Working at Heights
PSHSA are officially approved under the new Ontario Ministry of Labour training requirements. We are offering both traditional class training and blended training.
Improve efficiency, save budget and personalize learning!
Creating a Culture of Safety and Respect - Michael Garron Hospital & Ontario Nurses Association have partnered to further their mission of leadership.
Both partners aligned to provide & advocate for work environments free of violence /
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Have questions about your organization’s health and safety?