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What We offer
New Ministry of Labour training standards for Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) Certification training took effect on March 1, 2016, and Ontario companies with 20 or more employees are impacted. Occupational Health and Safety Consultants Inc(OHSC Inc)has been approved by the CPO to provide Part One, Part Two, and Refresher JHSC Certification Training under the new standards.
This Working at Heights course offers practical knowledge required for safely working at heights. Students will participate in hands-on equipment and setup exercises and address safe practices and procedures as specified in Regulations by the Occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario.
Our Safe Operation of a Lift Truck Program has been used widely in the area and is noted to be entertaining as well as accurate and comprehensive. This course is designed and delivered by Certified Safety Professionals to comply with the Ministry of Labours Guidelines and CSA Standard B335-94, as well as incorporate the International Truck Associations Recommended Practices. The (2) part course covers (A) the theory of operation as well as (B) the onsite skills evaluation.
This program will provide participants with a general understanding of the safe and efficient operation of “Power Operated Mobile Work Platforms.” Participants will be able to identify specific health and safety hazards associated with operating an aerial lift”
This course meets all of Health Canada’s training requirements under the Hazardous Products Regulations, for all persons involved in handling workplace chemicals.
Employers have a legal obligation to provide TDG training to workers. If their facility ships or receives
regulated dangerous goods (including the return of “empty” containers with hazardous residues). Under
the Federal and Provincial TDG Act and Regulations, regulated dangerous goods include materials such
as propane, oxygen, or acetylene cylinders; flammable solvents; corrosive materials; and many others.
WHMIS training is not adequate. A TDG certificate of training must be issued to and carried by affected
Working in confined spaces is an everyday occurrence in many occupations. When these spaces are properly identified and assessed, entry plans are in place and the plans are followed, work performed within a confined space can be completed safely and efficiently.
Our Confined Space program will provide participants with the information needed to understand the potential hazards of working in these spaces and the elements necessary to control those hazards prior to entry. Upon successful completion, a certificate will be issued automatically.
The Occupational Health & Safety Act defines supervisors as a person who has charge of a workplace or authority over a worker. More and more supervisors across Canada are being prosecuted for breaking provincial health & safety laws. The law states that employers are to appoint “a competent person.”
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We can help you maintain compliance by keeping you up-to-date with the latest regulatory requirements and technological innovations. Our experienced safety professionals can anticipate solutions before problems exist and save you time, money and most importantly, jail time. We can help your organization to be in compliance with the following guidelines and regulations.
We have the technical expertise to identify measure, analyze and implement corrective actions for all of your workplace hazards. We conduct the following measurements and evaluations based on legislated standards and industry standards: Occupational hygiene monitoring for noise, dust and solvents, Engineering and procedural controls analysis, Ergonomic evaluations of work area and job task, Accident/incident trend analysis, HAZOP and risk analysis, and Indoor air quality evaluation
More than 50% of all WSIB claims are from strains and sprains. The cost to the WSIB – and to the employers that fund the rehabilitation and accommodations – are reaching unmanageable levels.
Current and pending workplace legislation requires companies to make job tasks and equipment ergonomically sound. Companies that experience injuries must be able to demonstrate that the tasks and equipment were suited to the needs and capabilities of the workers assigned to do the work.
Ontario First Aid regulation (Reg. 1101) states that at least one worker per shift must be qualified in the delivery of first aid who works in the vicinity of a first aid station with a first aid box. Organizations must ‘be prepared’ by having trained employees to deal with emergencies.