Worker Health and Safety Awareness Training in Four Steps is a training program developed by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development. It is focused on the health and safety rights and responsibilities of workers, supervisors and employers and is a general introduction to workplace health and safety.
This program meets the requirements for basic occupational health and safety awareness training described in O. Reg. 297/13. Employers may choose to use another program but should make sure it meets the requirements in the regulation.
Employers must keep a record that workers have completed the training.
This training program may be delivered either:
- face-to-face with one worker or a group of workers using the workbook
- electronically through an eLearning module
Access training materials and the e-module HERE: https://www.ontario.ca/page/worker-health-and-safety-awareness-four-steps