As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to effect Canada, we will be implementing additional protective measures in order to protect our staff and our customers. These additional measures are subject to change at any time. COVID-19 – New Classroom Practices As an essential service provider, Worksite Safety will continue to provide classroom-based health and safety… Read more »
Customer Service & Support How do I contact Worksite Safety? Office hours are 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday-Friday. Our offices are closed during weekends and statutory holidays. Toll Free: 1 866 756 5552 Email: email@example.com Head Office Address: Suite 401 – 55 Head Street, Dundas, Ontario, L9H 3H8 Classroom Safety Training How do I… Read more »
When fall hazards at your worksite cannot be eliminated, they must be controlled. When a hazard exists that cannot be eliminated entirely, you must have a hazard assessment completed and create a written Fall Protection Plan. What is in a Fall Protection Plan? Fall Protection Plans include a lot of important information, which is needed… Read more »
Throughout 2019 and 2020, the Ontario government has been overviewing the construction, mining, industrial and healthcare industries on an array of topics. Their plan has been active since April 1, 2019, and ends on March 31, 2020. There will be two phases to each initiative, focusing on a different health and safety topic. Phase 1Education,… Read more »
What is IATA? IATA is the International Air Transportation Association, and they provide consolidated resources for scheduling air traffic, route management, and regulate the services provided by airlines in over 85 countries. IATA also regulates the transportation of dangerous goods training requirements for its stakeholders. Who requires Training? Nearly everyone working in the transportation of… Read more »
A person is considered to have entered into a confined space when their body passes through an opening into an area, meaning that just reaching your arm into a confined space is considered entry and would require training. Each province has a slightly different definition of a confined space, but there are 4 common… Read more »
What asbestos is, how its made, what its used for, and what are hte health risks. Find out in this article and course.
Reading a TDG By Ground UN Number, including the packaging type, group, and manufacturer ID.
This is an overview of the TDG by ground Shipping Document, and how to fill them out properly.
This is an outline of WHMIS 2015 pictograms, and how each should be used.
H2S, or Hydrogen Sulfide, is a commonly used gas in many fields, but it is a hazard to work around when not properly educated.
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are the number one workplace injury type reported to WSIB in 2017.
This Online Ladder Safety Training will guide you through all aspects of Ladders including: hazard identification, ladder types, set up, PPE, Maintenance, storage & handling, and inspection.
Know your rights and responsibilities around working at heights, and what personal protective equipment you need to stay safe.
When Selecting a Respirator there are a few factors to take into account. What the application is, how often will it be used, what are you protecting against?
Taking a quick look at the requirements and differences between Locking out and tagging out a machine for maintenance in Canada.
An overview of the Joint Health and Safety Committee regulations, and how to tell if you are required to set up a JHSC.
Health and Safety Awareness Training Is Required to a Certain Degree in all Ontario Workplaces
Are you searching for some safety training for your job? Maybe it’s your first time taking this type of training or maybe you know the material like the back of your hand. Regardless of how well you know your safety stuff, purchasing training online might be an area where you could use some help. Whether… Read more »
Are you looking at heights training but wondering about the many options? Let me break it down by explaining the difference between Working at Heights and Fall Protection. What is Working at Heights Training? Let’s start with Working at Heights. This program has become a regulatory requirement for people who work in the construction industry… Read more »
What is WHMIS 2015? To address a frequently asked question: it is not a several-years-out-of-date training program. It is actually the name of the most up-to-date WHMIS legislation in Canada. Canada has aligned the original Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) legislation, known as WHMIS 1988 due to its origination in 1988, with the Globally… Read more »
Managing health and safety training for any sized group over time can be quite the challenge. Our online training platform allows you to track who has been enroled in or completed training, and how they have scored. To cut down the time needed to access your employees training records, you can download a course report…. Read more »
Worksite Safety is excited to announce the availability of the industry-leading Ground Disturbance and Safe Digging certification courses as developed by the expert team at Locate Management. Developed with input from a cross-sector of industries, Locate Management’s new online Safe Digging – Supervisory Ground Disturbance course is aimed at developing advanced ground disturbance (excavation) skills and attitudes. This… Read more »
Adding users to your online training account just got a little easier! With the Access Code feature, your users can do more self-management. This means they can register themselves and link their account to yours during registration, or after the fact. An access code uses your credits to enrol anyone who enters it. When you… Read more »
Do you typically purchase training for yourself? Have you purchased training of behalf of a friend or family member? Do you manage multiple employees? Our online training platform offers features to benefit all types of users, including large groups! Now, you can tailor your account view to suit your training needs! Already registered? Your My… Read more »