Identifying, assessing and controlling, if not eliminating hazards, has never been more important. Preventable tragedies happen every day in Ontario workplaces and it’s not okay.
Workers are critically injured. Others are exposed to hazards which lead to debilitating and often life-altering illness. Still more are killed, some by traumatic workplace incidents, and others by occupational diseases like cancer. Not to mention what the virus that causes COVID-19 has taught us in the last two years about new and deadly hazards
with the aim of prevention is a step in the right direction.
As Ontario’s official training centre
, Workers Health & Safety Centre (WHSC) offers a range of programs dedicated to assisting all workers, employers, supervisors and workplace representatives to meet and exceed their legal rights and duties related to the provision of safer, healthier work.
Why not train with us this summer, help safeguard workers and achieve workplace health and safety compliance too?
Check out our range of essential training programs:
✅ Working at Heights
✅ Working at Heights Refresher
✅ JHSC Certification Part I
✅ JHSC Certification Part II General Stream
✅ JHSC Certification Refresher
✅ Federal Committees and Representatives
✅ Indoor Air
✅ Supervisor Health & Safety Training
✅ Psychosocial Hazards and Workplace Mental Health
✅ Workplace Violence and Harassment
Visit our online registration page
for our summer schedule, registration for virtual classroom training closes two weeks before each training date. While working at Heights training courses remain open until the day before training. Training programs are filled online on a first-come, first-served basis.
Don’t see what you need? Beyond the scheduled classes listed above,
and where participant numbers warrant, we can work with you to coordinate almost any of our training courses
for all workers, workplace representatives and supervisors.
Need more information?
Additional training: Check out all WHSC programs
Call a WHSC training services representative in your area.
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