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  • Training for Owners/Operators eLearning French Thumbnail

    Plan de sécurité-incendie apprentissage en ligne: Formation pour les propriétaires et les exploitants (OFMEM)

    Click here to view the Fire Marshal’s March 18, 2014 Communique (No. 2014-06) Conformément au Code de prévention des incendies de l’Ontario, les propriétaires ou les exploitants ou leurs délégués qui sont responsables du logement des Ontariens et Ontariennes vulnérables dans les établissements de soins, les établissements de soins et de traitement et maisons de retraite doivent élaborer et mettre en place des plans de sécurité-incendie pour leurs installations. (Ces personnes peuvent aussi porter les titres de gestionnaires, cadres dirigeants ou gestionnaires immobiliers, cadres supérieurs, directeurs généraux, directeurs de l’exploitation, etc.). Ce cours préparera les propriétaires/exploitants à élaborer et mettre en place des plans de sécurité-incendie selon les besoins de l’installation qu’ils exploitent et fournira les connaissances requises afin de satisfaire aux obligations en matière de planification de sécurité-incendie. Ce cours comprend 10 modules d’apprentissage et un évaluation de la maîtrise (Mastery Test). Lorsque vous aurez terminé les modules, retournez à la section « Cours à faire » (Courses To Do) du Système de gestion de l’apprentissage et effectuez une évaluation de la maîtrise. L’accomplissement avec succès de ce cours dépendra de l’obtention de 70 % pour cette évaluation. Veuillez noter que vous pouvez effectuer l’évaluation de la maîtrise sans passer par les modules, si vous vous sentez prêt. Are you the designated mandatory learner for your business? Yes If not, you can purchase the course below. Mandatory learner refers to owners and operators of care occupancies, care and treatment occupancies and retirement homes regulated under the Retirement Homes Act, 2010, or their delegates. They are the persons having primary responsibility for implementing the emergency planning provisions of Section 2.8 (Division B) of the Fire Code in such facilities, including a fire safety plan. These persons may also be known by other titles, such as manager, general manager, executive manager, executive director, chief executive officer, and chief operating officer, and chief fire officials responsible for approving fire safety plans for buildings containing care occupancies, care and treatment occupancies, or retirement homes.

    $125.00
  • Return to Work - Claims Management and Privacy Classroom Training

    Length: Half day

    Continuing Education Credits: N/A

    "PSHSA’s Return to Work: Claims Management and Privacy is a half day course provides information for persons responsible for managing the return to work program. It is designed to provide basic information for managing the RTW process including return to suitable employment in a timely matter. Specifically, this course will walk participants through the life of claim until the end of the claim process including a focus on privacy, confidentiality.

    Course Objectives:

    By the end of this course, participants will be able to identify and describe; Describe the steps involved in case management and implementation of the Return to Work program including:

    • Benefits of disability management
    • Life of a claim
    • Managing the RTW program
    • Role of the supervisor in RTW process
    • Privacy, Confidentiality & the Return to Work Process


  • Return to Work - Legislation and Program Development Classroom Training

    Length: Half day Continuing Education Credits: N/A PSHSA’s Return to Work: Legislation and Program Development is a half day course that provides information on the legislation requirements and developing a return to work program. The program also includes information on roles and responsibilities, procedures and policies, duty to accommodate and bona fide occupational requirements that impact job retention. There is also sample documentation in the appendix section. By the end of this course, participants will be able to identify and describe;
    • Workplace trends that impact return to work
    • Benefits of Return to Work Program
    • Applicable federal and provincial legislation related to people with disabilities and return to work
    • Elements of the return to work program
    • The five steps in the development of a comprehensive return to work program

  • STF eLearning

    Slips Trips and Fall Prevention eLearning

    Slips, trips and falls are common workplace occurrences that can result in serious injuries and disabilities to workplace parties. This course offers guidance on how to prevent injuries in the workplace that are the result of slips, trips or falls from the same level, and from heights. The purpose is to provide awareness and information on generic STF legislation, duties, responsibilities, hazard awareness and controls.

    Appropriate for all sectors, this training is designed for all workers as an introduction and awareness module to slips trips and fall hazards and controls.

    Course objectives include:

    • Describe the prevalence and impact of slips, trips and falls in the workplace and the need for prevention
    • Describe the legislative requirements for supporting slips, trips and falls prevention in your workplace
    • Describe the duties and responsibilities of workplace parties (worker, supervisor, employer) in preventing slips trips and falls
    • Explain how to recognize, assess and control slip, trip and fall hazards and evaluate controls
    • Describe the goals and components of a slips, trips and falls prevention program and how to implement it in your workplace to prevent injuries

    Length: This course will take approximately 1 hour to complete.

    This course is also available to upload onto your own Learning Management System. For more information, please contact elearning@pshsa.ca.


    $20.00
  • Workplace Harassment eLearning

    Workplace Harassment eLearning

    This PSHSA eLearning module provides an overview of existing statutory requirements for workplace violence and harassment under OHSA and the extended obligations arising from legislative changes. It’s important that everyone in the workplace adopt an attitude that it is never okay to engage in harassment or sexual harassment. There are specific rights and obligations under provincial legislation with respect to harassment and sexual harassment but more so, the safety and security of workers in the workplace is essential to promoting a production, harmonious and successful organization. This eLearning module contains the information and resources that you need to ensure that you understand current legislation, organizational policies, procedures and protocols around workplace harassment and sexual harassment.

    Course objectives include:

    • Describe the context and impact of workplace harassment and sexual harassment
    • Define terms used in the Occupational Health and Safety Act, (OHSA or The Act) workplace harassment legislation
    • Identify your rights and obligations under provincial harassment and sexual harassment legislation

    Length: This course will take approximately 1 hour to complete.

    This course is also available to upload onto your own Learning Management System. For more information, please contact elearning@pshsa.ca.


    $20.00