Training provided by the Office of Risk Management.
Occupational health and safety training management
Health and safety training is an administrative control that can help ensure the workers assigned to tasks are able to do so safely and efficiently while being less likely to be injured in the process of performing the task.
This short training will help you to understand your rights and responsibilities on the job and tells you what Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) expects from the University, your supervisor and you.
This self-guided workshop serves as a basic introduction to general laboratory safety measures and is intended as a starting point for the workplace‑specific training that is to be provided by your supervisor and/or other University services.
This self-guided training augments the health and safety knowledge you acquired in the basic health and safety awareness workshops, namely Worker Health and Safety Awareness and Supervisor Health and Safety Awareness.