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e-Learning Programs and Videos

We offer fully interactive online multimedia training programs. The do-it-yourself training often features graphics, video and sound. Users can proceed at their own pace, testing their knowledge along the way.


e-Learning courses – Certificate

Certification is awarded for the successful completion of the online courses listed below.


Online Training Portal


Developing Workplace Violence and Harassment Policies (Ontario)

This course educates participants about workplace violence and harassment, prevention and intervention strategies, and the legal requirements for creating and implementing appropriate policies and programs within the province of Ontario. Course content complies with Bill 168 amendments to the OHSA of Ontario, which addressed the issue of workplace violence.


Electrical Safety and Awareness

This course examines the hazards associated with electricity and safety measures to reduce the risk of injury. Units include: Theory, Electrical Flow and Barriers, Induction, Electricity and the Body, Step and Touch Potentials, and Safe Limits of Approach.


Fire Safety

This course is designed to give the participant, the knowledge in fire safety and prevention, fighting a fire by recognizing user and equipment limitations, the fundamentals of fires, types of fire extinguishers, and the proper handling of the fire extinguisher.


Incident Investigation

This course examines the responsibilities of specific workplace parties with regard to incident investigation and reporting, explains the steps in the incident investigation process, and identifies the types of information that must be included in an incident report.


Lockout – Tagout

This program explains the importance of Lockout-Tagout in safeguarding workers who operate machinery or processes in industry. The basic tenets of safety are explained as are the specific stages and procedures of the Lockout-Tagout process.


Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Awareness

This course explains the importance of PPE as a means of protecting workers from workplace hazards and describes the types of PPE which may be used in the workplace.


Working Safely Alone

This course identifies categories of workers that meet the general definition of "working alone", explains OHS laws in Canada as they pertain to those who work alone, and describes practical safety measures that should be implemented to protect lone workers in various circumstances, including those who work with cash, work in isolated circumstances, meet clients in off-site locations, travel alone, and/or perform hazardous work tasks.


Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)

This WHMIS course (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) meets the legislated worker training requirements for all Federal and Provincial workplaces in all provinces and territories.


Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Refresher

WHMIS is a hazard communication system designed to ensure that workers have the necessary information to safely handle, store and dispose of controlled products. Individuals who have previously taken WHMIS training can choose to take WHMIS Refresher.


Workplace Hazards: Identification, Assessment and Control

The course examines the types of hazards which may be found in the workplace, identifies the health and safety risks posed by those hazards, and describes the step-by-step process which must be followed in order to identify, assess and control hazards in the workplace.


Workplace Inspections

This course examines the role of workplace inspections in an organization’s overall health and safety program, describes the workplace inspection process, and identifies the necessary components of a workplace inspection report


Pipeline Construction Safety Training

The Construction Sector Council is offering this online Pipeline Construction Safety Training (PCST) course to help workers understand basic safety requirements on a pipeline jobsite.


PCST Certificate Renewal

The Pipeline Construction Safety Training (PCST) certificate expires after three years. If you have previously completed the PCST course and would like to renew, register for the Certificate Renewal.


e-Learning programs – Non-certificate

Certification is not awarded for the online programs below. They are intended for informational purposes only.

Asbestos

Basics of Asbestos

Asbestos-related diseases are the #1 work-related cause of death among Ontario construction workers. In this presentation, find out what asbestos is, what the potential health effects of exposure can be, how to identify asbestos in infrastructure, and how to work with it safely.


WHMIS Review

This WHMIS course (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) meets the legislated worker training requirements for all Federal and Provincial workplaces in all provinces and territories.


Workplace Violence and Harassment: What Employers Should Know

The OHSA has been amended to help protect workers from workplace violence and harassment. In this presentation, find out what the law says, what the employer needs to do, risk assessment, and development of a program. (See also: Workplace violence & harassment.)


Basics of Hearing Protection for Workers

In this presentation, you will find out about noise control, noise exposure levels, use of hearing protection and good hearing protection practices. An optional quiz is included to test your knowledge. 20:40 min.


Basics of Hearing Protection for Employers and H & S Reps

In this presentation, you will find out about noise control, noise exposure levels, use of hearing protection and good hearing protection practices. An optional quiz is included to test your knowledge. 21:29 min.


MOL Videos

Safety on Swing Stages video

Safety on Swing Stages

A Ministry of Labour health and safety inspector explains what he looks for during a swing stage inspection.

See also: Suspended Work Platform hazard alert


Fall Hazards in Low-Rise Construction video

Fall Hazards in Low-Rise Construction

A Ministry of Labour health and safety inspector talks about fall hazards on low-rise residential construction projects.

See also: Falls, Slips and Trips Hazards web page


Heat Stress

Heat stress can happen when hot, humid conditions and physical activity overcomes your body’s natural cooling system.

See also: Heat Stress web page


Forklift Safety

A Ministry of Labour health and safety inspector talks about what she looks for during a forklift inspection.

See also: Mobile Equipment web page


Trench Digging and Excavation Safety

A Ministry of Labour inspector discusses safety at trench digging and excavation sites.

See also: Mobile Equipment web page


Traffic Control During Road Construction

An MOL inspector talks about safely controlling public and construction traffic when doing roadwork.

See also: Construction web page


Construction Project Supervisors

MOL inspectors talk about what they look for on a construction project with a specific focus on the role of the supervisor.

See also: Construction web page


Tower Crane Safety

A Ministry of Labour inspector discusses safety when working with tower cranes.

See also: Construction web page


MOL Tools

Spot the Fall Hazards: Construction

This tool, created by the Ministry of Labour, presents some common hazards that could lead to falls at low-rise construction projects.

See also: Falls, Slips and Trips Hazards web page


Pains and Strains Tool

Pains & Strains in the Workplace Tool

Most pains and strains at work are preventable. Use this tool to find out how. There are separate sections for employers and employees.

See also: Musculoskeletal Disorders / Ergonomics web page