The Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada (AWCBC) was founded in 1919 as a non-profit organization. It was established to facilitate the exchange of information between Workers’ Compensation Boards and Commissions at a time when workers’ compensation law, policy and administration were in their infancy.
This is the source for all Canadian workplace lost time, injury and fatality statistics.
The CanOSH website makes it easy for anyone to locate Canadian workplace health and safety information, by bringing together federal, provincial and territorial resources all in one place. Conveniently access information from government agencies responsible for workplace health and safety, workers’ compensation boards, and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS).
As part of Ontario's health and safety system, we are recognized by the Ministry of Labour, the Ministry of Transportation, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board as designated trainers and consultants.
IHSA’s strategic plan targets vulnerable workers, small business, and workers who perform high-hazard activities. We will work to increase access to health and safety resources and awareness by providing products and services in multiple languages and accessible formats. Collaboration with employers, education providers, and other agencies will allow us to extend our reach and further foster a culture of safety in workplaces that employ vulnerable workers. IHSA’s marketing efforts will focus on increasing the awareness of the social responsibilities we all have to ensure all workers arrive home healthy and safe every day.
Under Tools & Resources (main Menu on the right) you will find guides such as the : Construction Health & Safety Manual
Policy and Program Templates will get you started
Championed by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), and developed by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA Group) and the Bureau de normalisation du Québec (BNQ), the Standard is a voluntary set of guidelines, tools and resources focused on promoting employees’ psychological health and preventing psychological harm due to workplace factors.
OH&S Canada: Canada's Occupational Health & Safety Magazine: here is a search on accidents: https://www.ohscanada.com/?s=accident
IWH's goal is to protect and improve the health of working people by providing useful, relevant research. They conduct and share research with policy-makers, workers and workplaces, clinicians and health, and safety professionals.
Topic pages now posted on the IWH website
"Looking for research findings and resources on our website about a particular topic? Try our “Selected topics” page. You'll find it under “Our research” on the drop-down menu. From aging to young workers, from cannabis to violence at work, from health care to construction, we might just have the collection of research summaries, journal articles, tools and presentations on your topic of interest." Go to our topic pages
Preventing work-related illness and injury is the most important job at any workplace. Explore this Ontario Governemnt website for prevention tips or to contact a Health and Safety Association partner.
Topics and Publications: Health and Safety: Key Resources for the most popular publications and information. You can browse publications by topic
Ministry of Labour, October 2014: “Roundtable on Traumatic Mental Stress: Ideas Generated” (33 pages, PDF)
This is the province’s first integrated health and safety strategy and builds on recent Ministry of Labour initiatives to protect workers and keep them safe at work
Safe At Work Ontario is the Ministry of Labour strategy to protect workers’ health and safety on the job. The ministry enforces the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Prosecution and Conviction Statistics under Employment Standards Act, Ontario Ministry of Labour
Ontario Network of Injured Workers Groups (ONIWG)
ONIWG is a provincial voice for workers who have been injured or made ill on the job. We have first-hand experience of the WCB/WSIB system, know it needs improvement and take united action to make this happen. A democratically governed organization, ONIWG has been representing workers since 1991.
Despite no longer receiving provincial funding, ONIWG continues to lobby and raise public awareness (see current Workers’ Comp Is a Right campaign) about what needs to be fixed in Ontario’s broken workers’ compensation system. We speak up for injured worker rights with submissions and street rallies, petitions, research , media action, workshops & conferences.
Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) provides industry-specific health and safety products, training and consulting services to 154,000 businesses and 3.8 million employees in Ontario’s agricultural, manufacturing and service sectors.
Click on Resources on the top bar and scroll down Downloads to find documents such as:Closing the Loop: Setting Up a Health & Safety System in your Small Business (Generic)
The LEGOSH contains comprehensive legal information, which allows you to:
Access synthesis of OSH legislation in English and authentic legal texts in original language;
Compare the legislation of several countries or regions on a particular subject;
Conduct customized searches;
Link to national and regional OSH institutions websites, OSH databases and other relevant sources of OSH legislation, policies and information;
Relate to the relevant comments of the ILO Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR).
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