2017 WAREHOUSE
SAFETY CONFERENCE

February 22-23, 2017, Mississauga
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Warehousing Conference

NEW! THE EFFECTIVE
INVESTIGATOR (1/2 DAY)

Practice the skills to get to
the root causes of an accident

NEW! The Effective Investigator (1/2 Day)

2017 CATALOGUE
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Complete health and safety solutions
From the classroom to your workplace

2017 Catalogue

JHSC CERTIFICATION
TRAINING - NEW STANDARDS
MOL APPROVED

WSPS Received MOL Approval
for New JHSC Certification Training

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Complete Health & Safety Solutions

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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30% of all worker fatalities

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Canada's new asbestos ban: a call to action for workplaces

While airborne asbestos fibre has been long recognized as a lethal hazard, a recently announced federal ban on importing and using products containing asbestos has brought the substance back into the headlines - for good reason. Asbestos exposure is the number one cause of occupational cancer, which has surpassed injuries as the leading cause of work-related deaths in Canada.

"Many workplace accident investigations miss critical information, says Alain Langlais, WSPS Director, Eastern Region. Even experienced investigators can be fazed by the chaos and pressure of an accident scene. "It's easy to flounder and lose track of priorities. But if you don't get it right, you lose evidence and you may never find out what happened."

New! Revitalized machine safeguarding standard

A lot has changed in the last 12 years when it comes to machine safety: technology, hazard combinations, solutions, and even the scope of health and safety. These changes have prompted a comprehensive updating of CSA's 2004 (R2014) machine safeguarding standard.

7 best practices to create a safe and healthy workplace while increasing your bottom line

"Canada's workers are both overwhelmed and overworked," says mental health expert Dr. Ian Dawe. The resulting stress translates into $6 billion dollars a year in lost productivity and lost time, but Dawe says there is an alternative. "Understanding the human cost of workplace mental health helps employers develop action plans that will improve the bottom line as well as employee well-being."

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