Webinars

CCOHS is recognized worldwide for providing programs, services, and knowledge that help organizations raise awareness, assess risks, implement prevention programs, and improve the health, safety and well-being of workers. We use webinar technology to deliver online presentations and we encourage you to attend these webinars as groups in your boardrooms or venues.


Best RTW Practices for Workers with Musculoskeletal and Mental Health Conditions 

This webinar will bring you up-to-date on best practices for the most effective workplace return-to-work (RTW) programs for injured or ill workers, based on the latest research evidence.  READ MORE >

CANWrite GHS - A Guided Tour

Take the guided tour on how to author MSDSs using CCOHS’ CANWrite MSDS Authoring Software  READ MORE >

Emotional Intelligence at Work 

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, learn what emotional intelligence means for personal and professional growth, developing successful teams and satisfying clients.  READ MORE >

GHS Classification and Labelling Webinars Package 

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) is being implemented around the world. The GHS introduces significant changes to how the hazards of chemical products are identified and the way that workplace chemicals are labelled. These webinars will help you understand how substances and mixtures are classified according to the GHS.  READ MORE >

GHS Classification of Mixtures: An Introduction 

Understand how mixtures are classified according to the Globally Harmonized System of Chemical Classification and Labelling (GHS), and get guidance on how to assign GHS classifications to products.  READ MORE >

GHS Classification of Substances: An Introduction 

Learn about the classification system for the Globally Harmonized System of Chemical Classification and Labelling (GHS), understand how substances are classified according to the GHS, and get guidance on how to assign GHS classifications to substances.  READ MORE >

Healthy Habits That Work 

Considering that the average Canadian spends 36 hours at work per week, it's not surprising that the workplace can significantly affect overall health and well-being. Get up to speed on healthy habits you can adopt during your working hours. In this quick 30-minute webinar, you'll learn numerous strategies for eating better, keeping active, improving the physical environment, and staying mentally fit – and discover the roles that both employers and workers can play in achieving and maintaining a healthy work/life balance.  READ MORE >

Healthy Workplaces: A Team Effort 

Thinking about starting a healthy workplace team at your workplace? This webinar is for you. Join Laurie Tirone as she recounts the development of the Healthy Workplace Team here at CCOHS. What began as simply posting information to a bulletin board has blossomed into a year-round team effort that follows the four avenues of influence for a healthy workplace: physical work environment, personal health resources in the workplace, the psychosocial work environment, and community involvement.  READ MORE >

How to Write a GHS Label 

Get an overview of the content and requirements for supplier labels according to the Globally Harmonized System of Chemical Classification and Labelling (GHS). Upon completion of the webinar, you will have a clear idea of what information is required on a GHS supplier label and will be able to confidently create a GHS label.  READ MORE >

Implementing Healthy Eating Programs in the Workplace 

What a person eats, how active they are, genetics and the environment in which they live, work and play all have a role in determining whether or not a person is at a healthy body weight. With adults spending a large amount of time at work and consuming at least one meal a day in addition to one or two snacks, workplaces are an ideal venue to promote healthy food choices.  READ MORE >

Listen up: Chemical Exposure and Hearing Loss in the Workplace 

Exposure to noise in the workplace can permanently damage our hearing. But for some occupations and industries, there are other factors that can negatively affect a worker's hearing. Some of these factors include variations in the noise exposure, age, gender, race, general health indicators such as blood pressure and use of certain medications, and other harmful exposures. Several factors have been studied to try to understand why the occurrence and degree of noise-induced hearing loss can vary so much within a group and among groups.  READ MORE >

Make the Move: Staying Physically Active at Work 

The benefits of physical activity are far reaching and well known. But why aren't Canadians more active? The reality is that many individuals won't achieve increased physical activity or lifestyle changes on their own. That's where workplaces come in!  READ MORE >

Manual Materials Handling: Risky Business 

This recorded webinar will outline the five major factors that contribute to musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) injuries as a result of manual materials handling (MMH) activities. Focus will be placed upon quantifying these factors in order to understand how to identify which tasks are particularly harmful at a workplace, and what parts of the body are most at risk while performing these tasks.  READ MORE >

Mental Health in the Workplace 

Mental health claims are the fastest growing category of disability costs in Canada, and represent a significant health problem in Canadian workplaces across all sectors. Mental Health Works helps workplaces better address the issues of mental health and mental illness at work by raising awareness of the effects of unaddressed mental health issues at work, training managers in effective communication and accommodation approaches and , and educating employers and employees about creating mentally healthy workplaces.  READ MORE >

Mentally Healthy Workplaces: Strategies for Success 

Join CCOHS as we present Donna Hardaker, Mental Health Works certified trainer for York Region Canadian Mental Health Association. She will educate webinar participants on mental health protective factors and on how to take care of both ourselves and others in the workplace.  READ MORE >

Mould, Spores and More: The Real Deal 

Mould is everywhere, including the workplace and managing mould issues can be difficult and complicated. This webinar will provide you with an understanding of the basic issues surrounding mould in the workplace and includes an overview of the general principles and approaches used to manage the issue effectively.  READ MORE >

Preventing and Enforcing Musculoskeletal Hazards in the Workplace 

Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) represent 43% of all WSIB lost time injuries in Ontario. And in fact, most provincial jurisdictions in Canada report similar findings. Given that MSD hazards exist in workplaces, recognition and control of them must be an integral part of a workplace's health and safety system.  READ MORE >

Psychological Health and Safety: An Action Guide for Employers 

We have made significant progress in addressing workplace factors that impact the physical health and safety of employees; now we need to give similar attention to psychological health. Psychological health concerns have a powerful and expanding impact on the safety, productivity and effectiveness of the workplace.  READ MORE >

Radiation Safety in the Workplace 

Radiation is all around us in Canada. Natural background radiation is found in soil, air, food, and water, but radiation is also used in healthcare, power generation, construction, manufacturing, research, and other workplace settings.  READ MORE >

Steps to a Mentally Healthy Workplace

This webinar will provide you with an overview of the tools and resources your organization needs to create and implement a comprehensive healthy workplace program.  READ MORE >

Taking Action on Workplace Stress 

Is work stressing your employees out? If so, they're not alone. In Canada, over a quarter of working adults report feeling highly stressed at work. Factors such as excessive demands, lack of control, insecure job arrangements, inadequate resources and support, and workplace bullying and harassment can all took their toll on the well-being of workers.   READ MORE >

WHMIS After GHS For Employers 

Employers, what does GHS mean to you? This webinar provides a quick overview of GHS as it relates to WHMIS, identifies what's new, what's changed, what's stayed the same and important timelines. Learn about pictograms, signal words, hazard statements and precautionary statements. Get ready!  READ MORE >

Work-Related Asthma: Breathe Easier – Part 1 

Work-related Asthma (WRA) is the most common occupational respiratory disorder in industrialized countries. Early and accurate diagnosis, plus changes in the workplace, can make a difference to the well-being of patients and their co-workers.  READ MORE >

Work-Related Asthma: Breathe Easier – Part 2 

Work-related Asthma (WRA) is the most common occupational respiratory disorder in industrialized countries. Early and accurate diagnosis, plus changes in the workplace, can make a difference to the well-being of patients and their co-workers.  READ MORE >

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