Fatality Notice: IHSA has learned of a construction-related fatality in Sudbury involving a construction worker securing a transport trailer load. One workplace fatality is one too many, regardless of the sector, industry, or occupation. Please take a moment to think about those who have died or been injured on the job and re-establish a commitment to the prevention of injuries, illnesses, and fatalities.

Occupational Health and Safety Act and Industrial Regs

Program Description

This is an introduction to provincial health and safety legislation in Ontario including the responsibilities of employers, supervisors, and workers. Participants will learn their health and safety responsibilities under the provincial legislation and how to relate them to their specific workplace. Participants are provided with a copy of the Act.


Program Content

  • The Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • To whom the Act applies
  • The internal responsibility system
  • Duties of constructors, employers, supervisors, workers, and suppliers
  • Training for committees and safety representatives
  • Toxic substances—how they are controlled
  • Refusal to work—who can refuse; procedures
  • Reprisals, notices, enforcement
  • Offences and penalties
  • Regulation 851 for Industrial Establishments

Who Should Attend?

Anyone who does not already know their health and safety responsibilities under the legislation in Ontario.

Did You Know?

A record of training suitable for framing will be sent to each participant who satisfactorily completes the course.

Price Per Participant at
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Your Facility
Program Duration
1 Day
Member Fee
Member Fee
Max Participants
Non-member Fee
Non-member Fee

Session Details

City: Any
Region: Any

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