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Poor mental health not only hurts the individual, it also impacts an organization's bottom line and ability to thrive. Having the support of their workplace can make a world of difference for workers with mental health issues.
Missed our NAOSH Week webinar on emotional intelligence and how it relates to the workplace? The recorded session is now available for on-demand viewing anytime. From a definition by Dr. Reuven Bar-On, emotional intelligence is "an array of non-cognitive capabilities, competencies, and skills that influence our ability to succeed in coping with environmental demands and pressures."
Through practical examples, certified experiential psychotherapist and emotional intelligence coach Sue Freeman outlines what emotional intelligence means for personal and professional growth, developing successful teams, and satisfying clients.
Get the word out about important health and safety messages by displaying eye-catching, full-colour CCOHS posters throughout your workplace. For a limited time, enjoy 60% off a great selection of some of our most popular posters. Sale ends May 31, 2016 or while supplies last.
Working at heights is a common activity, but it can pose serious hazards. Falls frequently result in severe injuries or fatalities.
Protect your workers by managing the risks of working at heights. Learn to assess and control hazards related to working at heights, including fall prevention and fall protection.
This introductory course should be supplemented by further instruction and hands-on training that is specific to the job, worksite, equipment and jurisdiction.
Quickly and easily determine your responsibilities under the law. Tap into the most current Canadian health, safety and environmental legislation online, with referenced Standards just a click away for seamless access.
WHMIS has changed. This Toolkit covers the information needed for trainers to teach the general WHMIS education requirements, highlighting information that workers need to know, and provides an overview of safe work practices and procedures for hazardous products used in the workplace.
As a CCOHS Member, you receive a discount on our products and services, valuable health and safety resources, and the opportunity to demonstrate your organization's commitment to workplace wellness, health and safety.
There is danger in the shadows. It could be working on a highway at night or in a loading bay at dusk. Low light and poor visibility can make it difficult to see workers, and this fact puts them at risk for serious injury or death. CCOHS provides tips on how high-visibility safety apparel can help workers be seen and kept safe.
Threads of Life speaker Amber Hiuser shares her personal story of recovery from being injured on the job as a young worker.