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    A Participatory Approach to MSD Prevention

    Length: 1 day Continuing Education Credits: n/a Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD) are a common cause of injuries in Ontario workplaces. With knowledge and a participatory approach, your organization can make changes to the work environment and prevent these injuries from occurring. Attend this full day workshop to: Learn about the major risks that lead to Musculoskeletal disorders, and common control strategies; Understand the value of the participatory approach, where workers are involved in the recognition, assess and control of risks; Learn the steps to developing a comprehensive Musculoskeletal prevention program for your workplace; Become familiar with tools to help you develop your program. This training is applicable to workers across all sectors, the participatory approach to the topic is designed for work environments that have a good health and safety system in place with a effective Internal Responsibility System (IRS). The training outlines the participatory ergonomics approach and helps to raise awareness of the benefits of participatory ergonomics in reducing MSD-related injuries. Onsite sessions are available contact your local consultant to arrange this.

    $150.00
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    A Participatory Approach to Prevention Slips Trips and Falls for Employees & Public Safety

    Length: 1 day Continuing Education Credits: n/a Slips, trips and falls are a common cause of injuries in Ontario workplaces. Many people think these are ‘just accidents’ that can’t be prevented. But with knowledge and a participatory approach, your organization can make changes to the work environment and prevent these injuries from occurring. Attend this full day workshop to: Learn about the major risks that lead to slips, trips and falls, and common control strategies; Understand the value of the participatory approach, where workers are involved in the recognition, assess and control of risks; Learn the steps to developing a comprehensive slip, trip, fall prevention program for your workplace; Become familiar with tools to help you develop your program. This training is applicable to workers across all sectors, the participatory approach to the topic is designed for work environments that have a good health and safety system in place with a effective Internal Responsibility System (IRS). The training outlines the participatory ergonomics approach and helps to raise awareness of the benefits of participatory ergonomics in reducing STF-related injuries. Onsite sessions are available contact your local consultant to arrange this.

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    Accident Investigations

    Length: Half day Continuing Education Credits: n/a The purpose of an accident investigation is to prevent the recurrence of the accident. When performing an investigation, it is essential to look beyond the immediate cause, searching instead for contributing factors and root causes. PSHSA has developed a revised Accident Investigation training program to assist organizations in practicing proper investigations and preventing similar accidents in the future. This workshop teaches participants how to determine causes of accidents as well as the importance of accident investigation. Appropriate for all sectors; this course was designed for supervisors and managers who have little to no experience in managing an accident investigation. The intent of this training session is to provide our clients with an understanding of the purpose of investigations, types of accidents and incidents, the importance of a effective and thorough investigation, potential contributing causes and factors of incidents/accidents, as well as the ability to make meaningful recommendations for preventative action. A thorough documented investigation process will enhance an organization’s health and safety program and its overall safety performance. Onsite sessions are available contact your local consultant to arrange this.

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    Addressing Responsive Behaviours Webinar

    Presented and organized for NAOSH week 2015, this webinar addresses the challenges that workplace violence hazards can pose. Every employee has the right to work in a safe workplace free from violence and harassment. This session will introduce the necessary tools and best practices to assess and implement a comprehensive program for addressing Responsive Behaviours (workplace violence), and to assist organizations in fulfilling their legislative requirements. Presented by a PSHSA consultant and organized for NAOSH week 2015, this is part 2 of a 3 part webinar series. This webinar is applicable for anyone who is looking for information pertaining to workplace violence program and policy development. Length: 30 minutes

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  • Employers have a responsibility to assess and control risks of workplace violence arising from the nature of the workplace, type of work, and conditions of work. The Workplace Violence Risk Assessment (WPVRA) can be a valuable tool to identify such risks and prioritize action. Listen to this recorded webinar that will discuss the prevalence of violence in healthcare workplaces, the principles and process for conducting a risk assessment, and the development and use of the WPVRA tool.