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What’s next for safety training?

Whether through emerging ways of learning, new policies or regulations on training, or refreshed perspectives and topics being taught, the majority of changes that OH&S education is currently undergoing centre around a significant shift in attitudes toward safety in the workplace, and the role that it plays under the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rethinking training through COVID-19

While the COVID-19 pandemic presents specific workplace safety challenges for young workers, consistent and clear leadership and training from supervisors remains key for them to stay safe and successful at work.

Understanding the training dilemma

True and lasting change requires becoming aware of how the brain works and creating deep-seeded habits and beliefs that rest mostly in the unconscious mind.
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Superior Glove

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  • Reinforced thumb crotch adds extra durability

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Ontario makes free OH&S training available for small businesses

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Preventing complacency in health, safety through COVID-19

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