Use this tool to track incidents on an organizational level.Details
Provides information on the eight common hazards found when working in the community, along with suggestions to control the hazards at the worker, employer and system levelsDetails
This self-assessment tool should assist healthcare organizations (employers, workers, healthcare professionals, members of the joint health and safety and infection control committees) to address the legislated requirements under the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and establish best practices and opportunities for enhancing their Occupational Health Infection Control Program.Details
Overexposure to heat can stress the body’s cooling system, especially when combined with physical labour, loss of fluids, fatigue or medical conditions. Heat stress can lead to heat-related illness, disability and even death. Explore this toolkit to learn more about how you can prevent heat stress.Details
More and more workplaces are involved in investigating or removing mould contamination from buildings. As a result, there’s an increasing demand for information on moulds.
To assist workplaces with this issue, the Occupational Health and Safety Council of Ontario has developed an in depth information guide to mould recognition, assessment and control.
Furthermore, depending on the type of material and extent of contamination, various actions will need to be taken in order to contain the mould.Details
The purpose of the Hazard Management Tool is to provide workplaces with a step-by-step approach to the recognition, assessment, and control of hazards, and to evaluate the ongoing effectiveness of controls. The information in this tool is generic and not targeted to any specific type of workplace, industry, sector or work task.Details