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Fatality Notice: IHSA has been notified of a workplace fatality in Woolwich Township. We ask that you take a moment to reflect on this tragedy and remain diligent about safety on all worksites, especially with regard to fall hazards.

Tools and Resources

Construction Health & Safety Manual Downloads

The Construction Health and Safety Manual is our most comprehensive health and safety guide. It's a must-have for every construction worker and helps you recognize and protect yourself against health and safety hazards. Visit the Construction Health and Safety Manuals web page to download each individual chapter from the manual.

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Road Safety Solutions

Motor-vehicle incidents (MVIs) are the leading cause of traumatic workplace fatalities in Ontario. If you have employees who drive for work, whether it is a commercial vehicle, company vehicle, or personal vehicle, you need to manage the risks associated with driving. The Road Safety Solutions Web resources are designed to help employers understand their obligations when it comes to road safety and how to implement effective and practical prevention strategies. The tools that are available are free and easy to use and are designed to support an employer who doesn’t know where to start when it comes to managing road safety or an employer who already has an effective program in place but wants to add a little more to complement their efforts.

The road safety solutions web page includes free customizable policies, procedures, safety talks, YouTube videos, tip sheets, posters, and a new e-learning option for IHSA’s Preventing Work-Related Motor Vehicle Incidents course which will break down specialized road safety practices and processes into manageable steps that employers can implement at their workplaces.

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Service Sector Health & Safety Web Tool

This tool is dedicated to the health and safety of those involved in the service, repair, and retrofit industries. It provides information on responsibilities, liabilities, hazards, and proper procedures that relate to both purchasers of services and the contractors and workers who provide those services.

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Policy and Program Templates

The Occupational Health and Safety Act requires every workplace with more than five employees to have a written health & safety policy and a program to implement that policy. There are certain key elements that form the basis of a successful health & safety program.

IHSA has collected some helpful resources, such as sample templates, checklists, and forms, that address these key elements. These resources will help you establish a good foundation for writing and implementing a health & safety policy and program or identifying any areas where changes are needed to your current program.

Whether you're developing a new health & safety program or improving on your existing one, select the document that applies to your workplace or type of work and modify it to suit your company's requirements.

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IHSA's online Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations section is currently being updated. For the latest in Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations changes and ammendments, visit or click on the More Details button.

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Statistics and Research

IHSA provides detailed injury performance data and occupational disease data for its membership. For injury performance, we also provide data specific to each of the rate groups we serve. This information can help you understand the types of injuries and illnesses that workers in your industry or sector are experiencing. It can also help you determine where your health and safety resources will be the most effective.

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Safety Talks

A safety talk is a hands-on way to remind workers that health and safety are important on the job. Each talk takes about five minutes and can help workers recognize and control hazards on the project.

Visit the safety talks web page to download each of the individual safety talks, as well as a safety talk report form to keep a record of each talk delivered.

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