Canada Day deadline: less than one month to complete safety awareness training
By Chelsea Rasmussen
Employers have less than one month to ensure that their workers and supervisors complete the mandatory ‘basic occupational health and safety awareness training’ by 1 July 2014.
This training is mandatory for all workers and supervisors whose workplace is covered by the Occupational Health and Safety Act, regardless of industry.
For many employers, the simplest way to comply is to have your workers and supervisors complete the Ministry of Labour’s free e-learning module, print the certificate of completion, and provide the certificate to you before 1 July 2014…
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