Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)

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Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) Training

  • Business Case for Workplace Wellness e-Course

    Business Case for Workplace Wellness e-Course

    As organizations look to maintain or gain a competitive edge, there is considerable pressure to justify spending on all programs. Although research shows that workplace wellness programs have become an essential and cost-effective core business strategy for organizations of all sizes, developing a program that meets specific needs can be challenging without a strategic approach and well-defined metrics to evaluate progress. This course provides an...

  • Taking Action on Workplace Stress Infographic e-Course

    Taking Action on Workplace Stress Infographic e-Course

    In today’s fast-paced, multi-tasking society, workers can face enormous demands and stress on a daily basis. Over time, this constant pressure, worry and tension can affect both our mental and physical health. These problems, in turn, affect work performance and behaviour. In more severe cases, work may no longer be possible. Share this infographic outlining some of the workplace factors that have the potential to cause psychological and...

  • Accident Investigation e-Course

    Accident Investigation e-Course

    An investigation is an 'after the fact' response. It is a process that uncovers hazards or problems that can be eliminated so similar events will not happen in the future. This course is an introduction to accident investigation. It presents a practical approach to investigating workplace accidents by emphasizing how to find the root cause(s), conduct an investigation, and make effective recommendations to prevent similar occurrences from ever...

  • Dealing with a Hostage Situation e-Course

    Dealing with a Hostage Situation e-Course

    One of the most stressful experiences a worker can be subjected to is being held against his or her will. Research has shown, however, that preparing for “the worst” – by having a basic understanding of what may happen and how it may affect you – can reduce the impact of such an event.