Improve your understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) rules by viewing these free webinars.

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An act to protect gas and convenience store workers - webinar

This pre-recorded webinar provides an overview of the new OHS requirements for gas stations and convenience stores. This webinar will help employers and workers understand the fuel prepay and violence prevention plan rules. Topics will include: the new rules under the OHS Code how employers and workers can meet the new requirements where to find additional information

PUBLISHED: September 19, 2018

Asbestos project notification online feature - webinar

This video is a guide for using the asbestos project notification online form.
Topics include:
• Access Asbestos Project Notification Online Form
• Register a MyAlberta Digital ID for Business account
• Submit an Asbestos Project Notification
• Extend the Estimated Project Completion Date
• Maintain User Profile

PUBLISHED: November 4, 2019

Hazard assessment and control - webinar

This recorded webinar provides employers, supervisors and workers with information about hazard assessments and controls. Topics include: why do a hazard assessment types of hazard assessments the formal hazard assessment.

UPDATED: August 14, 2020

Health and safety committee and representatives - webinar

This information session provides an overview of the new requirements for joint work site health and safety committees (HSC) and health and safety representatives (HS representatives). New requirements comes into effect on January 31, 2020. OHS staff will answer questions throughout the webinar.
Topics will include:
•the new requirements for HSCs and HS representatives
•establishing an HSC or HS representative
•training requirements for HSCs and HS representatives
•where to find additional information

UPDATED: February 2020

Internal responsibility system - webinar

This webinar provides basic information about the internal responsibility system (IRS) – the basis of Alberta’s OHS Act, Regulation and Code. Topics include: key components of an effective IRS the appropriate action to ensure compliance the balance between duties and control worksite parties and their responsibilities as identified in the act.

PUBLISHED: September 2019

MyAlberta digital ID for business - webinar

This video guides you through setting up a MyAlberta Digital ID for Business account so you can access Alberta government online services.

PUBLISHED: January 22, 2020

Online incident reporting - webinar

This video provides a step-by-step guide for using the occupational health and safety (OHS) online incident reporting service.

PUBLISHED: February 2020

Operating during a pandemic - webinar

This recorded webinar video covers the following topics: responsibilities for employers, supervisors, and workers workers' rights hazard assessment and control musculoskeletal disorders (musculoskeletal injuries) mental health.

PUBLISHED: August 14, 2020

Reporting and investigating a potentially serious incident - webinar

This recorded webinar covers the following topics:

•difference between a PSI and other reportable incidents
•how to report a PSI using the OHS online incident reporting service
•how government uses PSI information.

PUBLISHED: January 1, 2020

Respiratory viruses and the workplace – webinar

This recorded webinar gives employers, supervisors and workers information about minimizing risk from respiratory viruses in the workplace.

PUBLISHED: September 16, 2020

Workplace violence and harassment - webinar

This information session provides an overview of the new requirements under OHS legislation related to workplace violence and harassment. The purpose of this webinar is to help employers, supervisors and workers understand everyone’s role in preventing and addressing workplace violence and harassment. OHS staff will answer questions throughout the webinar. Topics will include: definitions of violence and harassment under OHS legislation the new requirements for violence and harassment prevention where to find additional information.

PUBLISHED: February 2020