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NEW for COR™ 2020, this eLearning program is designed to help an organization’s COR™ Internal Auditor successfully plan, perform, summarize, and submit the COR™ Audit. NOTE: For more information about COR™ 2020 click here.  When you finish the eLearning Module, click on the "Save and Exit" button on the top right hand of the screen to proceed to the Survey and then to the final test.  Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Program Content Overview of the COR™ Audit Tool Opening and closing meetings COR™ Audit practice Summarizing findings Writing an audit report Completing an action plan Requirements for submitting the COR™ Audit Participants must have taken Basic Auditing Principles before taking COR™ Internal Auditor. Since the program content is connected, this will provide the best opportunity to understand the COR™ requirements. Did You Know? This is a mandatory training program for individuals acting as an organization’s COR™ Internal Auditor and for those pursuing the National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) certification. Read More

This eLearning course provides learners with the knowledge to become safer drivers on the road. Topics such as road safety, safe following distance, driving hazards, distracted driving, and vehicle inspection will be explored in detail. Participants will learn to identify the driving hazards that they are faced with daily and identify defensive driving techniques to avoid these hazards.  Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Read More

This eLearning program examines the hazards associated with electricity and the safety measures that can be taken to reduce the risk of injury. Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Program Content The goal of this course is to allow participants to better understand electricity and to make them aware of the hazards that electricity can pose in order to reduce the possibility of incidents in the workplace. The course is presented in six modules: Theory Electrical Flow and Barriers Induction Electricity and the Body Step and Touch Potentials Safe Limits of Approach Read More

Construction is a unique, dynamic industry characterized by workplaces and workforces that change constantly. Through the course of a project, ten or more employers may be involved with many different trades on site. These multi-trade workplaces are what set the construction industry apart from all others. As injuries and fatalities continue to occur year after year, health and safety should remain everyone’s top priority. This eLearning program provides general information on hazards and hazard recognition in the construction industry with a focus on occupational health and legal implications of health and safety. Participants will learn how to prevent injuries, illnesses and fatalities as well as how to protect themselves on construction jobsites. NOTE: This eLearning program will not be accepted under the Ontario-Quebec Mobility Agreement. For those wanting to work in Quebec under this Agreement, the in-class ELC course is required.  This is an awareness program only and is not intended to certify participants for work in any construction setting requiring certification. Job-specific training must also be conducted by the employer for every construction worker. Program Content This program contains information on the following: Rights and responsibilities of the various workplace parties on construction projects under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and under Ontario Regulation 213/91: Construction Projects Identification, communication and control of hazards in construction Tools, equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE) common in construction A certificate of completion for this program will be issued to learners who successfully complete all 17 modules. A minimum of 80% must be achieved to advance to the next module. Learners will have the opportunity to receive feedback on their results and retry any questions. Read More

Un délégué à la santé et à la sécurité (DSS) doit être désigné dans la plupart des lieux de travail situés en Ontario qui emploient régulièrement de 6 à 19 travailleurs. Certains lieux de travail sont tenus d’avoir un DSS dans d’autres circonstances (voir https://www.ontario.ca/fr/page/delegues-la-sante-et-la-securite). Le rôle du DSS est de veiller à la santé et à la sécurité sur le lieu de travail. Ce programme de formation de base en ligne d’une journée aide les DSS à exercer les fonctions que la loi leur impose. Le programme d’apprentissage en ligne est le fruit d’une collaboration entre le ministère du Travail, de la Formation et du Développement des compétences et les partenaires du système de santé et de sécurité de l’Ontario. Qui devrait suivre ce cours en ligne? Applicable à tous les secteurs, ce programme de formation en ligne est utile pour tous les lieux de travail situés en Ontario qui emploient régulièrement de 6 à 19 travailleurs. D’autres lieux de travail peuvent également être tenus d’avoir un DSS dans d’autres circonstances (voir https://www.ontario.ca/fr/page/delegues-la-sante-et-la-securite).  Programme de formation en santé et sécurité pour les petites entreprises Le Programme ontarien de formation en santé et sécurité pour les petites entreprises remboursera les employeurs de petites entreprises admissibles pour la formation d’un délégué à la santé et à la sécurité désigné dans un lieu de travail en Ontario. Il couvrira les frais d’inscription de 25 $ pour le cours de formation en ligne du DSS et un montant de 150 $ pour le temps de formation du DSS, et ce, pour une formation effectuée entre le 15 juillet 2021 et le 31 mars 2024. Pour être admissibles au remboursement des frais dans le cadre du Programme ontarien de formation en santé et sécurité pour les petites entreprises, les petites entreprises doivent : employer régulièrement de 6 à 19 travailleurs dans un lieu de travail en Ontario ou être tenues de désigner un DSS dans d’autres circonstances; avoir un numéro d’entreprise de l’Agence du revenu du Canada (ARC); conserver une copie de l’attestation de formation du DSS. Pour de plus amples renseignements sur les délégués à la santé et à la sécurité et sur le Programme ontarien de formation en santé et sécurité pour les petites entreprises, veuillez consulter le site https://www.ontario.ca/fr/page/delegues-la-sante-et-la-securite. Pour faire une demande de remboursement dans le cadre du Programme ontarien de formation en santé et sécurité pour les petites entreprises, veuillez consulter le site https://www.app.grants.gov.on.ca/sbhstp/#/.   Aux fins du traitement et de la validation d’une demande de remboursement dans le cadre du Programme de formation en santé et sécurité pour les petites entreprises, le nom de la personne qui suit la formation de DSS et son adresse courriel seront divulgués au ministère du Travail, de la Formation et du Développement des compétences. En procédant à l’achat ou à l’inscription pour ce cours, vous consentez par la présente à la collecte et au traitement de l’information, selon le cas, par le ministère et ses fournisseurs de services tiers aux fins énoncées ci-dessus. Toute question concernant la collecte, l’utilisation et la divulgation de renseignements personnels pour le Programme de formation en santé et sécurité pour les petites entreprises peut être adressée à la Direction de la formation et de la sensibilisation, Division de la prévention, ministère du Travail, de la Formation et du Développement des compétences, par courriel à PreventionFeedback@ontario.ca ou par téléphone au 1-416-212-9871. Read More

This eLearning course will help Health and Safety Representatives (HSR) fulfill their responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and to be an effective workplace role model through the promotion of health and safety. This course was developed through collaboration between the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development and health and safety partners. This is a starting point for HSRs to begin their training in health and safety. Contact IHSA for more information about additional training and resources to help you in your role as Health and Safety Representative. Program Content occupational health and safety law rights, duties, and responsibilities of the workplace parties duties and responsibilities of the HSR under the OHSA common workplace hazards hazard recognition, assessment, control, and evaluation (RACE methodology) of hazard controls applying the RACE methodology (recognize, assess, control and evaluate) to a workplace hazard health and safety resources available to the workplace parties Did you know? Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Small Business Health and Safety Training Programs (SBHSTP) Ontario’s SBHSTP will reimburse eligible small business employers for the health and safety representative training of an appointed HSR in an Ontario workplace. It will cover the cost for the $25 registration fee for the HSR eLearning training course and $150 toward the cost of the representative’s training time, for training completed between July 15, 2021 to March 31, 2024. To be eligible for the Small Business Health and Safety Training Program reimbursement, small businesses must: regularly employ 6 to 19 workers in an Ontario workplace or be required to have a health and safety representative in other circumstances have a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) number keep a copy of the HSR training certificate of completion Learn more about Health and Safety Representatives and the Small Business Health and Safety Training Program. To apply for the SBHSTP reimbursement, complete this form.  Privacy Notice (for employers/learners/administrators – whoever is registering the HSR for the course) For the purpose of processing and validating an application for reimbursement under the Small Business Health & Safety Training Program the name of the individual taking the health and safety representative training and their email will be disclosed to the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development. By proceeding with purchasing or registering for this course, you hereby consent to the collection and processing of information, as applicable, by the Ministry and its third-party service providers for the purposes set out above. Any questions about the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information for the Small Business Health and Safety Training Program can be directed to Training and Awareness Branch, Prevention Division, Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development by email at PreventionFeedback@ontario.ca or by phone at 1-416-212-9871. Navigating the eLearning course: Read More

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