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An Overview –Manufacturing. Glass Stone and Ceramic Food and Beverage Products High-Tech Metal Trades Printing Trades Woodworkers Schedule II (Government). Chemical and Plastics Agri Business Leather, Rubber and Tanners Office and Related Services Textile and Allied Trades

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An Overview –Manufacturing


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Glass Stone and Ceramic

Food and Beverage Products

High-Tech

Metal Trades

Printing Trades

Woodworkers

Schedule II (Government)

Chemical and Plastics

Agri Business

Leather, Rubber and Tanners

Office and Related Services

Textile and Allied Trades

Industrial/Auto Sales

Manufacturing Sector


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Workplace safety and Prevention Services

Ontario Services Safety Association

Farm Safety Association

Industrial Accident Prevention Association


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Common Manufacturing Hazards

Machine and Equipment hazards

Mechanical Material Handling (lift trucks, cranes, conveyors)

Manual Material Handling

Repetition, force, poor posture causing MSD

Chemicals

Slips, trips and falls (same level and heights)

Noise


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Other hazards

Sharp hazards – knives, raw material

Racking

Confined spaces

Thermal (hot and cold) contact

Heat stress and hypothermia

Driving

Violence

Biohazards


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Specific to Offices

Indoor Air Quality

Musculoskeletal disorders

Violence

Slips, trips and falls


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HEATH AND SAFETY ONTARIO

VIDEO


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Blitzes

The MOL regularly conducts inspection blitzes on sector-specific hazards

Blitzes are designed to raise awareness and increase compliance with health and safety legislation

Blitzes are announced in advance and results are reported after they are completed


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MOL Blitz 2010 - 2011


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2010/2011 Upcoming Blitzes


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Internal Responsibility System (IRS)

Inspector’s key focus is assessing strength and functionality of the IRS:

If the IRS is working, it is an indication of a strong health and safety culture

Inspectors will look for the three C’s:

Competence

Commitment

Capacity

Results of a first inspection will determine the degree of further intervention by the MOL


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Reinforcing IRS

Competence

Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) and the necessary resources:

Training

Self-reliant approach to resolving OHS issues internally at the workplace

Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) with certified members, frequent meetings, and minutes

Commitment

Competence in action:

Leadership and duty to make the workplace safe

Policies and procedures in place and implemented

Zero tolerance regarding contraventions of the OHSA and its regulations

Capacity

Demonstrated commitment to OHS:

Appropriate resources to be self-reliant in addressing issues in the workplace

Comprehensive health and safety program

Referrals to the HSAs and the WSIB


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New Workplace Violence and Harassment Legislation (Bill 168)

Protects workers from workplace violence and workplace harassment

As of June 15, 2010, changes to Ontario’s OHSA strengthen protection for workers from workplace violence and address workplace harassment

The OHSA defines workplace violence and harassment and describes the employer’s duties

Applies to all workplaces covered by the OHSA


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Workplace Violence and Harassment Legislation - Definitions

Workplace violence and workplace harassment definitions in the OHSA:

“Workplace harassment" means engaging in a course of vexatious comment or conduct against a worker in a workplace that is known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome

“Workplace violence" means:

(a) The exercise of physical force by a person against a worker, in a workplace, that causes or could cause physical injury to the worker

(b) An attempt to exercise physical force against a worker, in a workplace, that could cause physical injury to the worker

(c) A statement or behaviour that it is reasonable for a worker to interpret as a threat to exercise physical force against the worker, in a workplace, that could cause physical injury to the worker


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Workplace Violence and Harassment Legislation Requirements

Develop a Policy

All Employers that are covered under the OHSA are required to:

Prepare a policy with respect to workplace violence and workplace harassment in their workplace

Develop and maintain programs to implement their policies

Provide information and instruction to workers on the contents of the policies and programs

Elements of Workplace Violence and Harassment Policy

Workplace violence and workplace harassment programs must:

Include measures and procedures for workers to report incidents of workplace violence/harassment

Set out how the employer will investigate and deal with incidents or complaints

Include measures and procedures for summoning immediate assistance when workplace violence occurs or is likely to occur


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Workplace Violence and Harassment Legislation Requirements

Risk Assessment

Employers are required to proactively assess the risks of workplace violence that may arise from:

The nature of the workplace

The type of work

The conditions of work

Employers must include measures and procedures to control the risks in the workplace violence program

Domestic Violence

Requirement for employers who are aware, or who ought reasonably to be aware, that domestic violence may occur in the workplace to take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances to protect a worker who is at risk of physical injury


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Workplace Violence and Harassment Legislation Requirements

Duties

Existing duties on employers and supervisors to:

Provide information and advise workers (include sharing personal information) about a risk of workplace violence from a person with a history of violent behaviour

If the worker can be expected to encounter that person in the course of work

If the risk of workplace violence is likely to expose the worker to physical injury

Worker Confidentiality

No more personal information shall be disclosed than is reasonably necessary to protect the worker from physical injury


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Workplace Violence and Harassment Legislation Requirements

Right to Refuse Work

Extends the right to refuse work to a worker who has reason to believe that workplace violence is likely to endanger him/herself

The limited right to refuse of certain workers will continue and reprisals by the employer will continue to be prohibited

Joint Health and Safety Committee

Requires that the workplace Joint Health and Safety Committee be notified if a worker is disabled or needs medical attention due to workplace violence


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TOOLBOX

Workplace violence survey

Policy program & training review tool

Workplace violence assessments

Action plan

Sample violence policy

Sample harassment policy


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Safety Group

42 Chapters

732 firms


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Volunteering

Networking and Knowledge Exchange meetings

Volunteers plan the conferences

YWAP Program


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Technical Consulting Services

Detailed workstation/work environment assessments

Comprehensive hazard assessment reports and recommendations

Assistance in delivering systematic, written health and safety program procedures

Customized on-site training

Customized services to address unique health and safety needs

Machine guarding assessments


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Training Options - public

Certification I Manufacturing (3 day)$495

Certification I Generic (2 day)$405

Certification I and II Offices (3 day)$495

Certification II

Manufacturing (2 day)$377.10

Food and Beverage (2 day)#377.10


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Training Options - public

Confined Space Entry (with MHSA) (2 day)

Effective Supervision part 1 (3 day)

Effective Supervision part 2 (2 day)

Contractor Safety:

Hiring Outside Contractors (half day)

Managing On-site Contractors (half day)

Construction Projects in Industrial Facilities (half day)

Inspecting and Maintaining Steel Storage

racks (1 day)

Inspecting Your Workplace (half day)

Investigating Accidents (half day)


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Training Options - public

Lift Truck Operators’ Safety Training (I day)

Lockout (1/2 day)

Maintenance Safety (1/2 day)

Nuts and Bolts of Managing an MSD Prevention Program (1 day)

Pre-Start Health and Safety Reviews (1/2 day)

Safety, Health and the Law (I day)

Supervisor Responsibilities and Due Diligence (1/2 day)


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Training Options - public

Transportation of Dangerous Goods (1/2 day)

Warehouse Hazards from A to Z (1/2 day)

WHMIS (1/2 day)

WHMIS TTT (3 days)


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Training Options

All courses previously listed are advertised as public courses.

All courses can also be conducted in-plant with or without customization.

Some courses are designed specifically to be offered in-plant:

Manual Material Handling

Physical Demands Analysis

Practical Office Ergonomics

Psychosocial Risk Management

Creating a Healthy Workplace

Work-Life Balance: A Strategic Business Issue


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CSA and CLC Courses

CSA:

Power Press Safeguarding CSA Z142-10

Safeguarding of Machinery – CSA Standard Z432-04

Workplace Electrical Safety Standard: Understanding CSA Z462-08

Canada Labour Code:

CLC Part II: Internal Responsibility

CLC Part II: Workplace H&S Committee

CLC Part II: Workplace H&S Inspections and Hazardous Occurrence Investigation


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Facilitated Programs and Webinars

Facilitated Consultation Approach to SHEQ

First 4 Weeks – Facilitated

Webinars (free):

Are You Prepared for the Ministry of Labor's Falls Blitz?

The Dollars and Sense of Ergonomics


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E-Learning with CCOHS

Specific to Ontario (other courses also available):

Accident Investigation

Contractor Health and Safety

Developing your Workplace Violence and Harassment Program

Health and Safety for Managers and Supervisors

Joint Health and Safety Committee

Ladder Safety

Office Ergonomics

Preventing Falls from Slips and Trips

Return to Work

]WHMIS for Managers and Supervisors

WHMIS for Workers

WHMIS Refresher


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Product Offerings

Back Safety 101 Self Study Training Kit$72

First 4 Weeks Orientation and Training$315

First Aid Report Forms$19.80

Inspecting Physical Conditions$89.10

Joint Health and Safety Committee Kit$116.10

LOTO Self Study Training Program$218

Risks in Modern Society$63

SHEQ$235

Safe-Lift DVD$499

Staffing Industry H&S Guide$199

WHMIS For Workers Self Study$235.75

Other material from Germany and Quebec


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Other Products and Services

Free downloads - too many to list!!!

Small Business Centre with Calculator

Information Centre

AP eNews


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Outreach

Life Quilt

Threads of Life

R.W. Campbell Award

Leaders in H&S

J.V. Findlay Scholarship

EHS scholarship

Russ Ramsay Media Award


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Consulting Services

General Consulting

Healthy Workplaces

Technical Consulting

Occupational Hygiene

Ergonomics

Safeguarding

Statistical Services


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General Consulting Services

Assisting with development of a basic health and safety program

Providing health and safety information

Identifying and facilitating solutions

Assessing training needs


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Fee for Service Consulting (General)

Customizing and delivering on-site training

Developing and delivering ‘awareness’ presentations on specific health and safety topics

Increasing Joint Health and Safety Committee effectiveness

Assisting firms in developing and implementing Workwell Audit requirements


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Occupational Hygiene Services

Confined space evaluations

Air quality sampling (indoor air quality)

Designated substance assessments

Chemical substance assessments

Noise level surveys (including basic noise mapping and dose level monitoring)

Heat exposure measurements


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Customized OH Training

WHMIS

Flammable solvents

Noise

Heat stress

Confined space

Chemical exposure

Air sampling

Metalworking fluids

Ventilation

Workplace health

Indoor air quality

… and more.


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Ergonomic Services

Ergonomics assessments: office and industrial

Physical demands analysis (PDAs)

Job task analysis


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Safeguarding Services

Identify the various tasks

Identify and analyze the hazards associated with each task

Evaluate the risks associated with each hazard

Select control measures to mitigate these risks


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Statistical Services

Lost Time Injury and Analysis

Account Rate Profile


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QUESTIONS


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