Learn how you can create a plan to help protect your workers and others from novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).
From: Ministry of Labour, Training, and Skills Development
Find resources, best practices and information to help you create a COVID-19 workplace safety plan to keep your workers safe and healthy, and your construction projects going during COVID-19.
The Office of the Employer Advisor is hosting a series of FREE webinars on various WSIB topics. Join in these informative sessions by registering through the link:
Feb. 24th Webinar from SHERRARD KUZZ LLP. Complimentary registration.
In light of yesterday’s announcement from Premier Ford on behalf of the Ontario Government regarding the province-wide shutdown, we are providing information regarding essential construction activities. Please see pages 22 + 23.
Ontario’s Prevention Council and Chief Prevention Officer Ron Kelusky released the following statement
All constructors, employers, supervisors, and workers are asked to commit to the prevention of injuries, illnesses, and fatalities in light of an alarming number of workplace fatalities.
Statement from Prevention Council and Ontario’s Chief Prevention Officer
IHSA Safety Talk: Extension ladders
Health and Safety Advisory: Carbon Monoxide (CO) Measurement and Controls (W123)
IHSA offers three free webinars on health and safety best practices during COVID-19
Product spotlight: Canada Labour Code (CLC) Training Requirements Chart
New manual available: Carbon Monoxide from Fuel-Powered Equipment (M076)
Fatality & Critical Injury Year-to-Date Overview – Construction
Help available: an online cognitive behaviour therapy program guided by a registered health professional. Available free of charge during the pandemic. It’s designed to treat depression, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, panic, PTSD, insomnia, health anxiety disorder, stress management and chronic pain.
If businesses are having trouble developing a safety plan, register for the on-demand IHSA webinar
The Calgary team shares their experience