Health and safety awareness training helps to reduce accidents and injuries in the workplace. It also supports a healthy working environment and can bring financial benefits such as reduced absenteeism. It’s not just a legal requirement, it’s good business practice and is a responsibility that everyone must take seriously.
This eCourse is designed to meet the training requirements of Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training Regulation (O. Reg. 297/13) and aims to provide workers with knowledge of their rights and responsibilities under the OHSA as well as increase their awareness of basic workplace health and safety issues.
This training is suitable for all workers, including managers and supervisors. It covers all of the basics of health and safety in a familiar, supervised work environment. It includes training on how to follow government and HSE guidelines at work, the impact of poor health and safety practices, hazards and their controls, reporting accidents and hazards, and much more.
It also includes a section specific to employees working in care and residential homes, explaining the risks associated with contaminated water systems. This eCourse can be used as a general safety training program or as an induction course for new staff members. It can also be adapted to meet the needs of employees with unique working environments such as those working in confined spaces. The training is delivered online which means it can be flexible and easily accessed from any location, making it ideal for busy workforces. It provides real-time tracking and reporting for both learners and trainers. health and safety awareness course