General information on the recent amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety Act.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
Public Services Health & Safety Association (PSHSA) is pleased to offer the Health & Safety Resource Manual: Essential Tools and Information to help your organization develop and implement a successful health and safety program which complies with legislative requirements.Details
Although asbestos use is heavily regulated, its presence in existing materials continues to present a serious hazard to workers who work in buildings built prior to 1990, including educational facilities where workers perform maintenance, repair, renovation and demolition work.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
De nos jours, il importe peu que vous soyez un membre du Conseil d’une organisation à but lucratif ou du Conseil d’une organisation à but non lucratif lorsqu’il est question de votre responsabilité personnelle.Details