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This online Cannabis Awareness for Employees course provides an understanding of issues regarding cannabis possession and use in the workplace, including applicable laws and rules, testing rights, and the implications and consequences of impairment.
Breathing is an act we often take for granted. Sometimes, what we breathe in can harm our bodies and cause lasting damage. That's definitely true of crystalline silica. In this course, you'll learn what it is, where it is, how to avoid exposure and what to do if you are exposed. This course is intended for anyone who works with or around crystalline silica.
Working on the limited space of a scaffold is difficult. Falls from scaffolds can result in injuries ranging from sprains and bruises to death. OSHA requires scaffolds to be constructed and used according to the manufacturer’s instructions; so, employees must have scaffolding safety training on both OSHA and the manufacturer’s requirements. This course is designed to provide employees with an introduction to commonly used scaffolds in general industry facilities for manufacturing and maintenance tasks. Specifically, this course identifies scaffold hazards and how to use scaffolds safely.
This online course for managers, supervisors and employees describes the characteristics of a respectful workplace, demonstrates various types of harassment and bullying, and gives a comprehensive overview of Ontario Bill 168, BC Bill 14 and the Canadian Human Rights Act as they relate to respectful workplace conduct.
Containing mandatory Sexual and Workplace Harassment, Bullying and Violence Prevention training, this online course package covers key elements of Sexual and Workplace Harassment including supervisor responsibilities (those outlined in Ontario Bills 132 and 168, and BC Bill 14), employee complaint procedures, and the steps to prevent many workplace violence incidents.
NSNY’s Partners’ eLearning Courses
CSTS-09 (Construction Safety Training System)
CSTS 2020 is Here!
It’s FREE until December 31, 2020
To assist in the transition from CSTS-09 to CSTS 2020, the ACSA is also offering CSTS-09 at no cost until December 31, 2019.
This course is designed for the individual worker and is offered only through eLearning. The training is divided into separate modules that can be completed at your own pace, and the full program takes on average five to six hours to complete. This course gives a basic overview of various health and safety topics, and students are tested for 100% mastery of content. This program has become a pre-entry requirement for many construction industry work sites.
RSTS 2012 (Roadbuilders Safety Training System)
This online eLearning program is designed for the individual worker in the road building industry. The training is divided into separate modules that can be completed at your own pace, and students are tested for 100% mastery of content. The full program takes on average eight hours to complete. This program provides worker certification for Generic WHMIS and can help reduce the amount of time and money spent on conventional classroom training.
ESTS (Electrical Safety Training System – Electrical Worker Canada 2015)
ESTS is an eLearning (online) course designed to guide the user through the fundamentals of electrical shock, including touch and step potentials. The course is self-paced and can be done in one sitting (average 4 hours) or by module as time permits. The program promotes a “Plan, Do, Check, Act” philosophy in applying CSA Z462, which is based on the CSA Z1000 Occupational Health & Safety Management System Standard. CSA Z462 is based on the NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.