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

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Guide to OHS: Workers

Introduces OHS legislation with a focus on what workers need to do to comply with the law. Available in print as a 5.5" x 8.5" booklet.

UPDATED: February 2023

Domestic workers

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

UPDATED: April 2022

Are students and volunteers workers?

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

UPDATED: April 2022

Do You Know How to Refuse Dangerous Work?

Poster overview of a worker's right to refuse work that is a serious and immediate threat to health and safety. Introduces workers to key steps in the work refusal process. Size 11" x 17".

UPDATED: April 2022

Use Your Worker Rights

This two-sided postcard introduces the three worker rights enshrined in the OHS Act. Includes tips to help workers exercise these rights.

UPDATED: January 2022

Know Your Responsibilities as a Worker

This two-sided postcard gives an at-a-glance introduction to some worker, supervisor and employer health and safety responsibilities.

UPDATED: January 2022

Working? Know the rules

Poster reminding employees of key employment standards rules. Size 11" x17".

PUBLISHED: March 2019

Working? Know your rights

Poster reminding workers of their occupational health and safety rights. Size 11" x 17".

PUBLISHED: March 2019

Working? Rights, rules, risks

Poster reminding workers to know their rights, the occupational health safety rules, and the hazards before starting work. Size 11" x 17".

PUBLISHED: March 2019

What to expect in an OHS inspection: information for workers

What workers can expect when Alberta Occupational Health and Safety officers do inspections at work sites. Includes why and when officers show up, and how workers usually participate.

PUBLISHED: April 2022

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

Addresses Indigenous worker OHS awareness opportunities and responsibilities for training and employment organizations. Size 8.5" x 11", two-sided.

PUBLISHED: August 2019