Training & Learning

Effective coaching and training is the cornerstone of a positive health and safety culture in any business and workplace. We offer online courses, give engaging face-to-face training sessions, and provide training for world-class health and safety certifications.

Online Courses

You will find here our premium and short online courses for all levels.

Face-to-Face Training

We offer tailored courses delivered at your workplace for organizations looking to train multiple staff

Health & Safety Courses from the UK

These course are coming soon!

Face-to-Face Training

We offer tailored courses delivered at your workplace for organizations looking to train multiple staff. We can also deliver courses through our public training facility where attendees can share their experience and learn in a group setting.

We present a comprehensive suite of training topics in health and safety. Our customized training sessions would provide the necessary skills and knowledge for your employees to manage workplace health and safety risks more effectively.

  • Accident Investigation
  • Hazard assessment & control
  • Workplace safety inspection
  • Health and Safety Law for workers
  • Health and Safety Law for supervisors
  • WHMIS 2015
  • Confined space work awareness

We offer face-to-face training courses for the following important Health and Safety courses:

OHSA - Ontario’s Health and Safety Law Training for Managers and Supervisors

1-Day Course

The Ontario’s Health and Safety Act requires that all employers and supervisors (managers and supervisors) be ‘competent’ in their roles at their workplaces. In order to be considered competent, that person must be:

(a) qualified because of knowledge, training and experience to organize the work and its performance

(b) familiar with this Act and the regulations that apply to the work, and

(c) have knowledge of any potential or actual danger to health or safety in the workplace

This course is designed by Safety Toronto to assist in meeting the above OHSA requirements and to also ensure that senior managers and supervisors have the necessary knowledge and understanding required to execute their responsibilities diligently, while maintaining a safe and healthy workplace. This is crucial for maintaining a robust Internal Responsibility System (IRS) at your organization whether it be small, medium or large.

Safety Toronto offers this 1 day course for your Managers, Supervisors, HR Professionals, JHSC Members, Safety Representatives, and any employees who direct work.

Course contents:

  • Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Duties of employers, managers/supervisors and workers
  • What is due diligence
  • Roles and responsibilities of Joint Health and Safety committee
  • Workplace safety inspections and meetings
  • Work refusal and work stoppage
  • Workplace violence and harassment
  • Enforcement offences and penalties
  • Critical injuries and reporting

Safety Toronto’s tailor made training will provide guidance to employers and leaders on promoting and building a positive safety culture in their organizations.

Upon completion of this training, the attendees will be able to:

  • Understand the duties and responsibilities of important parties in the workplace
  • Understand the OHSA Legislation in relation to your industry
  • Utilize the skills to effectively run a workplace Joint Health and Safety Committee
  • Take leadership in developing and implementing a Health & Safety program
  • Take steps to build a strong health and safety culture
  • Demonstrate due diligence
OHS Awareness Training for Workers

2-Hour Training Session

The Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training regulation requires that health and safety awareness training be provided for every worker in Ontario.

Workers will learn more about Ontario’s OHSA and the specified duties and rights of every employee (part time or full time), volunteer or student.

This 2 hour training session, while offering a general introduction to workplace health and safety, also focuses on the health and safety rights and responsibilities of workers, supervisors and employers. It also provides an excellent understanding of the Internal Responsibility System (IRS) and the dynamics of a sound health and safety committee and its representatives in the workplace.

Employers can also use this training as alternative avenue to meet the minimum training required by the Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training regulation.

Workplace Safety Inspections

1-Day Training Program

Workplace Safety Inspections are carried out for compliance with health and safety legislation, for example, the OHSA (Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act). On the other hand, they are also a very positive approach to improve workplace conditions and operations.

This 1 day training program will equip your workers, JHSC members and supervisors with the necessary skills and knowledge required to conduct effective workplace inspections at your facilities.

This training program consists of the following:

  1. Statutory requirements
  2. Principles of inspections.
  3. Various types of inspections.
  4. Types of Hazards
  5. Techniques of inspection
  6. Workplace safety inspection – sample formats
  7. Exercises
Hazard Assessment & Control

Managing risk is a fundamental aspect of every business whether it be small, medium or large. Risk assessments are not only necessary to protect a business’ employees, contractors, visitors and the business itself, but it also proves useful in demonstrating due diligence. International occupational health and safety management standards like ISO 45001, OHSAS 18001 are built with risk assessment being a cornerstone.

Our risk assessment course will provide you with all the skills and the detailed understanding you need to conduct effective risk assessments at your workplace:

  1. An introduction to risk assessment
  2. Legal requirements
  3. Hazards
  4. Risks
  5. Objectives of risk assessments
  6. Relationship between risk assessments, incident investigations and workplace safety inspections
  7. The five stages of risk assessment
  8. Different types of risk assessments and their benefits
  9. Practical applications

There is no formal written examination, but group exercises will be utilized to demonstrate skills and knowledge gained by the participants at the end of the session.

Accident Investigation

The primary purpose of accident investigation and analysis is to learn from accidents or incidents and to prevent recurrences. Successful accident investigation requires a specific skillset. This training enables employees to learn important techniques and basic skills in handling accident or incident investigations at their workplace. This training program contains topics such as:

  • Reasons for Accident Investigations
  • Accident Investigation methodology
  • Interviewing techniques
  • Information collection and analysis
  • Report-writing
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) 2015

A WHMIS 2015 GHS program is required in all Canadian workplaces that may have controlled products. Employers must provide workers with information regarding safety and health hazards in their workplaces. Every employee has the right to know of potential dangers that can affect their work and health.

WHMIS GHS standards are coordinated between three levels of government: federal, provincial, and territorial. Supplier labeling and MSDS ( SDS-Safety data sheet) requirements fall under the federal Hazardous Products Act.

On February 11, 2015, the Government of Canada published in the Canada Gazette, Part II the Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR), which, in addition to the amendments made to the Hazardous Products Act under the Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No.1, modified the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) 1988 to incorporate the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) for workplace chemicals. This modified WHMIS is referred to as WHMIS 2015. The Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the Ingredient Disclosure List have been repealed.

While WHMIS 2015 includes new harmonized criteria for hazard classification and requirements for labels and safety data sheets (SDS), the roles and responsibilities for suppliers, employers and workers have not changed.

Suppliers, defined as persons who, in the course of business, sell or import a hazardous product, will continue to:

  • identify whether their products are hazardous products; and,
  • prepare labels and SDSs and provide these to purchasers of hazardous products intended for use in a workplace.

Employers will continue to:

  • educate and train workers on the hazards and safe use of hazardous products in the workplace;
  • ensure that hazardous products are properly labelled;
  • prepare workplace labels and SDSs (as necessary); and,
  • ensure appropriate control measures are in place to protect the health and safety of workers.

Workers will continue to:

  • participate in WHMIS and chemical safety training programs;
  • take necessary steps to protect themselves and their co-workers; and,
  • participate in identifying and controlling hazards.
Worker Education

2-Hour Training Session

Employers must ensure that workers are trained on hazardous products before they use them. The type and amount of training will depend on whether a product is new to the workplace and/or newly classified as a hazardous product.

This 2 hour training session will provide the attendees with the following:

  1. The various hazards associated with the various products
  2. Hazard symbols and meanings
  3. How to store flammable materials safely
  4. What is OEL (Occupational exposure levels), TLV and STEL?
Confined Space Work Awareness

All workers that are involved in confined space work must have undertaken prior adequate training. This 4-hour session will cover the necessary components to conduct confined space entries (Entrant, Attendant and Non-Entry Rescue) safely and efficiently while following legislative requirements:

  1. Confined space Legislative Requirements
  2. What are Confined Spaces
  3. Hazards associated with confined space entry works
  4. Atmospheric monitoring (gas testing)
  5. Various Flammable limits
  6. Personal Protective Equipment
  7. Hazard Control methods
  8. LOTO and confined space entry permits
  9. Roles of various parties
  10. Rescue equipment & basic techniques
  11. Confined Space Permits
  12. Equipment selection and maintenance

Training can be undertaken at our facility or arranged at your workplace to suit the convenience of your employees.

Internationally acclaimed Health and Safety courses from the UK (coming soon)

IOSH Courses

Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the world’s largest Health and Safety membership body. It has 44,000 members from 99 countries worldwide. IOSH is committed to ensuring that global work practices are safe, healthy and sustainable.

IOSH Working Safely – 1 Day

Course is aimed at all employees and covers the essentials of health and safety in the workplace.

IOSH-Managing Safely – 3 day

Course is aimed at managers, team leaders and supervisors, equipping them with the necessary knowledge, skills and tools to manage health and safety effectively in their spheres of control.

Depending on your time and budget, these courses can be arranged by flexible on-line options. Classes can be conducted face to face in a public training setting where all attendees can share their experience and grow in a group setting.

The NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC)

The NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC) is a highly respected Health and Safety qualification from the UK and is designed for aspiring individuals looking to build a solid career in Health and Safety. This qualification is recognized by the Institute of Safety and Health, in the UK (IOSH) and meets its entry requirements for technical membership of IOSH.

The NEBOSH IGC syllabus consists of 2 units:

  • Unit 1: Management of Health and Safety – assessed through a 2-hour written
  • Unit 2: Risk assessment – assessed through a 3-hour practical exam
The NEBOSH International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety

The NEBOSH International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety is a qualification that is highly respected by employers worldwide. Holders of the NEBOSH National or International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety will now be eligible for certification as Canadian Registered Safety Technicians (CRST), upon completion of the CRST examination.

Canadian professionals with a status as Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (CRSP) may now achieve a NEBOSH National or International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety by sitting and passing the assessments.

NEBOSH diploma holders can use the post nominal letters DipNEBOSH after their names. This prestigious qualification paves the path for Graduate membership of IOSH (Grad IOSH). It also meets the entry requirements for various UK Master’s programmes in the field of Health and Safety.

CRSP Exam Preparation

CRSP membership is highly prestigious and esteemed by all employers. If you are looking to write the examination and need tutorial support, we can assist you. Feel free to contact us for more details.

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