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Preparing for a Workwell Evaluation

Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) conducts regular audits of selected organizations’ facilities called “Workwell Evaluations”. This course provides participants with a thorough examination of a Workwell Evaluation’s components, and offers a vast array of strategies that can be utilized to prepare for these audits.

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Course Summary:

To ensure that Health and Safety standards are being continuously upheld across the province’s manufacturing businesses, Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) conducts regular audits of selected organizations’ facilities, processes, and activities, referred to as “Workwell Evaluations”. By receiving a Workwell Evaluation, manufacturing leaders, managers, and employees alike can identify potential hazards in their workplace’s operations, determine opportunities for increased Health and Safety measures, and recognize the effectiveness of currently-utilized protection efforts.

This course provides participants with a thorough examination of a Workwell Evaluation’s components, and offers a vast array of strategies that can be utilized to prepare for these audits. By employing the material presented in this course, participants gain the knowledge necessary to succeed in their Workwell Evaluations, and have the opportunity to promote their organizations’ own effective Health and Safety measures to Ontario’s highest worker protection entity.

Discussed Topics:

  • Understanding all aspects of a Workwell Evaluation — the audit criteria, motivating factors, and potential results.
  • Examining why particular organizations are selected for an evaluation.
  • Thorough description of a Workwell Evaluation’s judgement criteria.
  • Analysis of common Health and Safety practices that can be implemented or strengthened prior to an evaluation.
  • Workwell Evaluation preparation strategies: recommendations, issue prevention tactics, and follow-up activities.
  • Participant comprehension of course material.

DURATION: One (1) Four-Hour Session

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: Please contact EMC for more details.

SCHEDULE: Please contact Amy Edwards, EMC's Training Manager, at 1-866-323-4362 for upcoming course dates and times.

Training is available in English.

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Contact Information

Amy Edwards
Training Manager
1-866-323-4362aedwards@emccanada.org
EMC
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