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Accessible Customer Service (V210) - 1 lesson
Ontario is taking steps to provide people with disabilities with full, safe access to all businesses and organizations across the Province. In January 2008, the Customer Service Standard of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (Ontario Regulation 429/07) became a legislated requirement, whereby all companies and employers must provide training to; Every person who deals with members of the public or other third parties on behalf of the provider, whether the person does so as an employee, agent, volunteer or otherwise Every person who participates in developing the provider’s policies, practices and procedures governing the provision of goods or services to members of the public or other third parties
 
Basic Health and Safety Awareness Training for Supervisors (V401) - 1 lesson
It is everyone's goal—from government, employers, supervisors and workers—to ensure that our workplaces are healthy and safe for everyone.
In Ontario, the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) provides the legal framework and tools to accomplish this goal.
Under OHSA, Supervisors are required to complete basic occupational health and safety awareness training within one week of assuming the position, including instruction on:
  • the rights and/or duties of workers, supervisors and employers under the OHSA,
  • the role of joint health and safety committees and health and safety representatives, and
  • common workplace hazards and occupational illnesses

This regulation requires employers to maintain a record of training, and provide workers and supervisors with proof of completion for up to six months after the worker or supervisor stops performing work for that employer.

 
Basic Health and Safety Awareness Training For Workers (V400) - 1 lesson
It is everyone's goal—government, employers, supervisors and workers—to ensure that our workplaces are healthy and safe for everyone.

In Ontario, the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) provides the legal framework and tools to accomplish this goal. A new regulation entitled Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training (O. Reg. 297/13) under OHSA will come into force on July 1, 2014. This regulation requires the completion of mandatory basic occupational health and safety awareness training, including instruction on:

  • the rights and/or duties of workers, supervisors and employers under the OHSA,
  • the role of joint health and safety committees and health and safety representatives, and
  • common workplace hazards and occupational illnesses;

Employers must ensure that workers complete the training program as soon as practicable.
This regulation requires employers to maintain a record of training, and provide workers and supervisors with proof of completion for up to six months after the worker stops performing work for that employer.

 
Bill 132: Workplace Sexual Harassment (V500) - 1 lesson
Bill 132 was designed to specifically address workplace sexual violence and harassment. Officially implemented in September 2016, Bill 132 amends the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) to define and address “workplace sexual harassment”. This lesson will review the legislation and provide an overview of the changes and new requirements that Bill 132 introduces to the workplace.
 
Bill 168: Workplace Violence and Harassment (V250) - 1 lesson
Bill 168 was designed to amend Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act with respect to violence and harassment in the workplace and was officially implemented in December 2009. This course will review the legislation and provide an overview of the prevalence and impact of different kinds of workplace violence and harassment and the risks associated with them.
 
Transportation of Dangerous Goods (V310) - 1 lesson
Many products, substances or organisms are dangerous to life, health, property or the environment. They may occur naturally or be man-made. These products, if not handled and transported properly, could pose both short-term and long-term dangers. These products are classified as Dangerous Goods. This course will enable you to understand and comply with the basic requirements of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Act and Regulations.
 
WHMIS for the Collision Shop (V305) - 1 lesson
Educating your employees on the hazards in their working environment is the law. Failing to provide the proper education to employees could result in fines, lawsuits, serious injury or even death. This segment identifies how to conduct an effective risk/hazard assement in order to ensure compliance under WHMIS regulations. This is a must see for all Collision facility owners and managers. Let’s get the facts about the safety of your working environment. The success of your most valuable resource depends on it.
 
WHMIS Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (1988 and 2015) (V304) - 2 lessons
The Workplace Hazardous Information System (WHMIS) is a Canada-wide system which was created jointly by the Federal, Provincial and Territorial Governments. WHMIS is designed to educate employers and employees on the hazardous materials found in the workplace and is a requirement under the Occupational Heath and Safety Act.

WHMIS 1988 is an introductory segment that covers the three main areas of WHMIS. WHMIS 2015 introduces program updates through the adoption of GHS into the program.

Participants must successfully complete both lessons during the transitional period to receive a certificate of completion.

 
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