Service Update

In support of the global effort to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infection, our team at Workplace Safety & Prevention Services has modified ways of working. While we continue to provide consulting and training solutions, we have established additional remote and virtual services, and will support essential on-site service where it is safe to do so. If you are looking for assistance in protecting your people and creating a safer workplace, please reach out. We can help.

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COVID-19: Protect your people

Since the start of COVID-19, our team of health & safety experts have prepared a host of critical resources to help businesses & individuals through the pandemic.

Proud to introduce our new COVID-19 Hub that gives you access to ALL our articles, checklists, webinars, eCourses and much more for businesses across Ontario.


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Moving to Action: Implementing the Workplace Safety & Prevention Services’ Mental Harm Prevention Roadmap

Workplace Safety & Prevention Services and The Conference Board of Canada developed a Mental Harm Prevention Roadmap. The Roadmap facilitates the creation of mental health strategies appropriate for the needs of Canadian organizations.

One year into the pandemic: lessons learned With no clear end to the pandemic in sight, "It's a good time to collectively reflect on what has worked, some of the lessons learned, and how workplaces can stay the course," says Manisha Mistry
COVID-19 inspections: 6 tips to promote compliance

The province is stepping up enforcement of COVID-19 requirements in Ontario's workplaces with the training of 100 new occupational health and safety inspectors, says Monte McNaughton, Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development.

7 H&S tips from an award-winning small business

When small business owners Alisia and Matt Williams acquired Ron H. Williams Drainage Inc. in 2013, health and safety was one of their first priorities.

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