Preventing the spread of viruses

IHSA Will Continue Training And Consulting Services During The Lockdown Period

As an essential service for Ontario’s construction, electrical utility, and transportation workers, IHSA is open and will continue face-to-face training and consulting services. Please note that these services will follow strict protocols that ensure the health and safety of our staff and participants. This includes limiting classes to ten participants or less, complying with physical distancing requirements in the delivery of all our programs, the mandatory use of face masks, and pre-screening of all participants. IHSA reserves the right to refuse anyone entry to our facilities. We thank you in advance for your co-operation.

Learn more about program delivery at IHSA facilities and the modifications in place to help slow the rate of COVID-19 infection across the province.

Workplace Fatalities Are Unacceptable

There have been an alarming number of workplace fatalities in December. IHSA and the Chairs of our stakeholder representatives urge our sectors to pause for safety in this open letter.


COR™ activities are continuing as usual. If your firm requires a Letter of Good Standing or Letter of Intent for bidding purposes, contact

*Due to the State of Emergency currently in effect, Letters of Good Standing and Certificates with an anniversary date up to February 10, 2021 will receive a 30-day extension upon written request to

IHSA will receive COR™ Audits to the 21 Voyager Court South location via courier only.

IHSA recommends that clients submit their COR™ Audit electronically, please visit COR™ E-file Submission Tool for instructions.

IHSA’s Road Safety Solutions

IHSA has launched a new promotional campaign to enhance the reach of IHSA’s road safety message across Ontario. While truck drivers continue their vital work as essential workers during the Coronavirus pandemic, the General Trucking sector continues to face a high number of fatalities, critical injuries, lost-time, and stress-related claims. IHSA is working hard to provide education solutions that can assist workers and employers to prevent these incidents.

Distracted driving among other drivers has been identified as the top safety concern among truck drivers in Ontario. The campaign focuses on preventing distracted driving through awareness and education that provides in the form of no-cost resources, including digital toolkits and eLearning.

Learn more about the campaign

COVID-19 Resources
Visit our COVID-19 resources page for both general and sector-specific health and safety information and best practices.

COVID-19 Resources

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