• Safety
    Management System
    A safety management system can be designed to fit any business type & industry sector. With a management system, your business becomes organized, compliant & most importantly, safe.
  • Hazard Assessments &
    Employers, managers & members of health & safety committees improve their health & safety performance by learning effective & proven methods of hazard identification, assessment and control.
  • Health & Safety
    Compliance Essentials
    Do you know the key responsibilities and accountabilities of the workplace parties, including employers, supervisors & workers? Stay on top of recent developments in occupational health & safety law.
  • Health & Safety
    Orientation ensures that everyone is familiar with the company's expectations for health and safety; the responsibility that each individual has for health and safety; and hazards of the particular worksite.
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    Spring SafeWork Summit

    a Workplace Safety Group event

    April 9, 2015

    What you need to know about the new Working at Heights training standard!



    and 2 additional sessions led by industry experts

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    Our JHSC Basic Certification qualifies for Canada-Ontario Job Grant Funding!

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    Dancing on the Steel Proves Deadly for Young Worker

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    As of April 1, 2015, certain workers will need to complete a working at heights training program that has been approved by the Chief Prevention Officer before they can work at heights. 

    7 Signs Your Workplace Needs Refresher Training   

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    Fall Hazards in Construction and Inspectors’ Enforcement Tools

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    3 Ways a Safety Program Can Save Your Small Business 

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    Have you Completed the Mandatory MOL Supervisor & Worker Awareness Training? 

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    Upcoming Changes in 2015


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    Slips, Trips and Falls - Feb. & March 2015   Can't Get No Traction!  Watch the video

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     Since 2004 Workplace Safety Group has been the "go-to" company for Health & Safety consulting and training. Our singular purpose is to help clients achieve injury and illness-free workplaces by demonstrating that health and safety are fundamental to running a profitable and sustainable business.

    STEPS FOR LIFE - About Steps for Life - Walking for Families of Workplace Tragedy
    Your donation will be dedicated to helping families affected by a workplace tragedy through Threads of Life programs and services.        

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    Workplace Safety Group is now working in partnership with the

    Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce


    The Fourth Bi-annual SafeWork Summit

    Strategic Use of Contracts
    Reducing Sprains, Strains Through Ergonomics
    Erasing the Stigma Surrounding Mental Health
    Working at Heights: New MOL Regulatory Requirements
    Companies having 6-19 employees, need to ensure that their worker-selected Health and Safety Representative receives training to effectively perform his/her legal duties under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The H&S Representative has many powers and duties under the Act. Participants will leave with an understanding of their legal roles and responsibilities.
    Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) states that workplaces with 20 or more regularly employed workers must have a joint health and safety committee (JHSC). At least one worker member and one management member of the JHSC must be certified. Certification provides training in health and safety law and the identification, assessment and control of hazards.
    JHSC Certification Part 2 provides the training necessary to complete certification to become a Certified Member of a JHSC by giving participants an understanding of how to assess and control common workplace-specific hazards using information gained from Part 1.
    JHSC Certification Part 2 provides the training necessary to complete certification to become a Certified Member of a JHSC by giving participants an understanding of how to assess and control common workplace-specific hazards using information gained from Part 1.
    Effective inspections are one of the most important preventive tools in a company's overall health & safety program.

    Participants will learn how to complete the Accident Investigation Report, take statements from witnesses and collect all pertinent information.
    Managers and supervisors must be able to demonstrate that they have taken every precaution reasonable in the circumstances" to protect workers. Furthermore, they must be "competent" to carry out their roles. This interactive workshop will explain their legal duties & define what it means to be "competent".
    It is the employer's responsibility to ensure that employees who have supervisory or managerial responsibilities are informed of these responsibilities and are adequately trained to know about health and safety issues. The increasing complexity of the work organization, work processes and work materials requires that managers and supervisors receive the necessary training specific to health and safety.
    Understanding how to manage occupational health and safety responsibilities and liabilities is crucial to employers, managers or supervisors who represent an employer. You must prove that every precaution reasonable under the circumstances has been taken for the protection of the worker; thereby, protecting you from financial liability and/or jail time.
    Effective health and safety inspections are one of the most important incident/accident prevention tools in a company's safety and health program. Using properly trained people in a planned inspection program will reduce incidents and property damage.
    Helping Supervisors understand their responsibilities to meet MOL requirements to be "competent".

    A hazard management plan will describe ways to minimize the likelihood of an incident by including 'controls' and measures to either prevent or manage hazards. Participants will learn how to implement and make a risk management plan more effective by monitoring the risks, and reviewing and updating the plan regularly.
    All accidents and incidents with high potential to result in harm to people and property must be investigated to identify facts, determine the underlying or root cause(s), implement corrective action, and communicate to applicable people "Lessons Learned". Participants will learn how complete the Accident Investigation Report, take statements from witnesses and collect any other pertinent information.
    This awareness training program is for anyone who supervises and/or provides direction to workers.
    Ontario's Occupational Health & Safety Act requires every workplace, having more than 5 employees, to create written policies on handling potential violence and harassment in the workplace; developing programs to implement these policies; reviewing these policies at least annually; conducting training on these policies. This training gives participants an understanding of the legislation and how to fulfill their obligations under OHSA.
    Due Diligence-Understanding how to manage workplace health & safety

    Managing Hazards-Effective risk management