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Health & Safety Awareness
Prevention Starts Here
Did you know.....Under the OHSA, employers are required to post the Act and any explanatory material prepared by the Ministry, which includes this poster. However, the Ministry wants to ensure that employers have sufficient time to become aware of the new requirement to post the poster. Inspectors will begin enforcing this requirement effective October 1, 2012
Critical Injury... What to Do
What is a critical injury
Bill 168 - Violence in the Workplace
New Workplace Violence
Prevention Tools For Employers
MOL - Ladders
Ladder use in Construction
Ontario Posted Document
Heat Stress Awareness Guide
Return to Work Injured Worker's
Early & Safe Return
to Work Policy
Under the Ontario Health and Safety Act (OHSA), employers are required to post the Act and any explanatory material prepared by the Ministry, including the New Health & Safety at Work poster.
This poster summarizes workers' health and safety rights and responsibilities as well as the responsibilities of employers and supervisors. It encourages workers to get involved in health and safety and explains when and why to contact the Ministry of Labour.
The New Health & Safety at Work: Prevention Starts here poster must be posted in warehouses effective immediately. Inspectors will begin enforcing this new requirement effective October 1, 2012.
You can also obtain this more information at the
Ministry of Labour Website
Employers Report of Injury/Disease
Registration of Constructors &
Employers Engaged in Construction
Health Professional Report - Form 8
Health Professional to fill out this form for your patients who are claiming benefits under the WSIB insurance plan.
The Form 8 now replaces the FAF Form - Functional Abilities
For construction sites.
Ladder Risk Assessment
Book 7 OTM - Revised Changes 2014
Due Diligence Checklist