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Joint Health and Safety Committees

What is a joint health and safety committee? The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) is Ontario's cornerstone legislation for workplace health and safety. A JHSC is an advisory group required under s.9 of the OHSA that’s made up of management and worker representatives who work together to...

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Workplace Health and Safety Plans

What is a workplace health and safety plan? A workplace health and safety plan, also known as an occupational health and safety plan/program, is a plan of action to prevent: Workplace accidents Occupational diseases Some form of a program is required under occupational health and safety legislation...

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Working in the Cold

Introduction Cold temperatures and weather are a staple in Canada. Rain, wind, snow and ice are all natural and normal occurrences. Working in cold weather is dangerous for workers whether it is an indoor or outdoor work environment. Indoor work environments include industrial coolers and freezers...

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Workplace Inspection Programs

Workplace inspections form an important component of any health and safety program and due diligence for Employers. Inspections are meant to determine hazardous conditions or acts and provide information to develop corrective measures to enhance workplace health and safety and reduce the hazardous conditions or...

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Advantages of Blended Learning

Technology is revolutionizing how we how we live—and how we learn. Today, many trainers/teachers recognize technology’s profound impacts in the field of training/education and embrace it wholeheartedly and creatively to make learning more efficient, effective, and engaging. One technology-centric approach to learning that is playing an...

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