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SMALL BUSINESS
SAFETY MADE EASY.
WSPS CAN HELP!

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Small Business

OUTSTANDING SERVICE,
PROFESSIONALISM AND MOST
IMPORTANTLY, RESULTS!

Mike McLauchlan,
Sargent Farms

WSPS HAS BEEN A GREAT
RESOURCE FOR OUR JOINT
HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEES

Lee-Anne Lyon-Bartley,
Carillion Canada- Services Division

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WSPS IS A TRUSTED SOURCE
FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY
INFORMATION AND TRAINING

Stanley Yau,
The Woodbridge Group

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You’ve probably already started to notice that building health and safety into your business can save you time and money, but did you know that organizational health is a significant contributor to business growth? In fact, studies have shown that healthy and safe workplaces generate 20% more revenue per employee; 4% higher profit margin; and can enhance market value by as much as 16%. WSPS is helping businesses like yours, across Ontario achieve results like these.

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Latest News

CEOs, operational leaders and other executives will gather at The International Centre in Mississauga, April 28, to exchange ideas on building health and safety into board decisions – a crucial conversation aimed at managing business risk, avoiding potentially disastrous results and advancing the governance agenda.
In the coming fiscal year, Ontario’s Ministry of Labour will be conducting inspection blitzes on three health and safety priorities affecting Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) member firms. But there’s more: the ministry has also released a schedule of year-long health and safety initiatives.
Turn young, new worker blitz results into a 6-point prevention strategy

Starting May 1, Ministry of Labour inspectors will be conducting a four-month enforcement blitz focusing on young workers aged 14 to 24 years, and new or reassigned workers on the job for less than six months. These workers are three times more likely to be injured during their first month on the job than at any other time, so convert this annual enforcement rite of spring into a customized injury prevention strategy.

What you need to know about Ontario's sexual violence and harassment action plan

Under Ontario's proposed new plan, employers will face requirements for preventing sexual harassment. Part of a broader social effort to protect people from sexual violence and harassment, these requirements will come with tools to help workplaces implement changes. Here's what you need to know.

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