Northeastern Ontario
Sudbury
OH&S Conference

Your Community. Your Workplace. Your Results.
September 22, 2016

CLINT MALARCHUK

JHSC CERTIFICATION
TRAINING - NEW STANDARDS
MOL APPROVED

WSPS Received MOL Approval
for New JHSC Certification Training

MOL JHSC Certification Approved

WSPS has helped me grow
safety awareness
in the arborist industry

Ruurd van deVen,
Arborvalley Urban Forestry Co Inc.

Ruurd van deVen

WE LOOK TO WSPS
FOR INNOVATIVE TRAINING
AND PROGRAM SOLUTIONS

Natalie Edery,
Automation Tooling Systems

WSPS HAS BEEN A TRUE
PARTNER ON THE JOURNEY
TO WORLD CLASS SAFETY

Daniel Barron,
Sleeman Breweries Ltd.

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Latest News

Bring Safety Home: a breakthrough resource on talking to your kids about safety

Bring Safety Home, a timely new initiative launched by WSPS and the Ministry of Labour, is the first website targeted to parents of young workers. It helps parents of young workers play a greater role in their safety at work.

New AODA requirements are in effect now. Here's what you need to know

Under regulatory amendments that took effect July 1, all of an organization's employees and volunteers must now be trained on accessible customer service and how to interact with people with disabilities. "This is a significant shift," says Jennifer Threndyle, a WSPS consultant and AODA compliance expert. "Previously, only members of your organization who work with customers or create policies and procedures on how to interact with people with different disabilities required the training."

12 ways to engage workers in slip, trip and fall prevention

A recent prosecution resulting from the death of a worker who tripped on an empty pallet is a shocking reminder of how easily things can go wrong. We asked WSPS's Jennifer MacFarlane how warehouses, distributions centres and other workplaces could avoid similar incidents. Her immediate response: involve everyone.

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