Worker

Worker-specific resources such as the Worker’s OHS guide, bulletins for domestic workers, students and volunteers, and more.

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Are students and volunteers workers?

LI022
Explains when students and volunteers are considered workers under the OHS Act.

Do You Know How to Refuse Dangerous Work?

PTR008
An awareness poster with a step-by-step outline on how to exercise the right to refuse dangerous work.

Domestic workers

HC031
Addresses some of the hazards associated with domestic work and the obligations of employers and workers under Alberta OHS legislation.

Guide to occupational health and safety: Worker

LI008
Explains the Occupational Health and Safety Act as it applies to workers, and addresses the worker's role in ensuring health and safety at the work site.

Know Your Responsibilities as a Worker

PTC004
A postcard-sized resource summarizing worker and employer responsibilities under OHS legislation.

Understanding Indigenous Workers’ Occupational Health and Safety Needs: Tips for Employers

IWR001
An overview of how employers can support the often unique OHS needs of Indigenous workers through awareness, education and training.

Understanding Indigenous Workers’ Occupational Health and Safety Needs: Tips for Indigenous training and employment organizations

IWR002
Addresses Indigenous worker OHS awareness opportunities and responsibilities for training and employment organizations.

Use Your Worker Rights

PTC005
A postcard-sized resource summarizing workers’ basic rights under OHS legislation.

Working? Know the Rules

PTR005
Employment Standards rules for employees - poster.

Working? Know your Rights

PTR006
Occupational health and safety workers rights - poster.

Working? Rights, Rules, Risks

PTR007
A reminder for workers to know the risks and know the occupational health safety rules before starting their work - poster.