Intended to help employees working in hot environments. Help OH&S professionals recognize and manage risk factors associated with heat-related disorders. Prevention measures in both indoor and outdoor environments are highlighted. Suggested treatment options are also available.Details
This pocket-sized booklet is designed to meet the requirements for written instructions as set out in the Regulations for Construction Projects under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. It is a comprehensive overview of procedures for anyone involved in setting-up, carrying-out and taking down a traffic control areaDetails
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
A free MOL/PSHSA webinar: Join MOL’s Dr Leon Genosove and PSHSA Director Henri Van hulle as they review prevention and enforcement strategies to protect workers who may be exposed to hazardous drugs or to material or equipment contaminated with waste materials. Webinar includes:Details
The Handbook offers a clear, user-friendly guide to hazard recognition, risk identification and protection strategies for high hazard clients and emergency response personnel.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
Revised in January 2014, Book 7 provides guidelines for traffic control and temporary work zones on or adjacent to highways. It is a helpful guide for municipalities dealing with Temporary Conditions relating to traffic control for Unplanned Events, Roundabout layouts, Mobile Operations, Traffic Control Persons (TCPs) and signage.Details