Sep 3 2017

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Occupational Health and Safety Online Training Courses

The Canada Safety Council offers online learning courses that maximize engagement, comprehension and retention in a dynamic, interactive style.

These online training courses meet provincial and federal regulations. However, some companies have their own regulations which might not be met by these online training courses. Please check with your employer prior to ordering.

a) The courses marked with an asterisk(*) require a hands-on practical evaluation in addition to the online training. To complete this part of the training you will need to be evaluated by a certified trainer in your organization, or an independent one.

b) You have ONE YEAR to complete the course from the time of purchase.

c) Courses are best viewed in Google Chrome .

Confined Spaces

Due Diligence

Ladder Safety

Lift Truck/ Forklift Safety*

Transportation ofDangerous Goods

If you would like to have full control over your company’s online training, issue courses to your staff, print your staff’s certificates and monitor each staff member’s progress with each course they take, you may be interested in the Learning Management System (LMS). It is at no extra cost and can save you time and money.


  • Relevant – real world experience with extraordinary qualifications results in compliant health and safety solutions.
  • Accessible – anytime, anywhere.
  • Affordable – no travel, less time, lower training fees, more value!
  • Interactive – health and safety certification programs that insist on the user’s interaction.
  • Convenient – at home, at work, at your pace, wherever you have internet access. You can log on and off as many times as you need until your course is complete.
  • Immediate Results – when you’re done you print your certificate; no waiting for deliveries.
  • Compliant – all our Online Courses comply with legislation in all Provinces of Canada. No matter where you are in Canada, you will be certified once you have successfully completed your online course.

Online training works well regardless of your or your employees’ schedule. The courses are accessible from any internet enabled computer, enabling employees to learn at their own pace and a place that is most convenient to them.

These courses are available 24/7 so your staff are able to fit the training into their own schedules rather than having to block out time to attend a training course. Your employees can study at their own pace while still sticking to their work schedules.

Online training reduces costs by eliminating the expense of trainers, classroom materials, as well as travel and accommodation costs. Employees will also spend less time away from their jobs. Online training enables you to provide training for individual employees and pay only for the training that is actually provided.

Being able to study in a self-paced environment results in greater knowledge retention and a deeper understanding of the course content. Sections of the course can be repeated if not easily understood the first time.

If you have problems viewing these courses, please see FAQ (link to sidebar).

Traffic Safety

Canada Safety Council’s goal is to increase awareness and educate the public on traffic safety to make our roads safer for all Canadians. This includes aggressive driving, driver distractions, impaired driving, seat belts, photo enforcement, and many other topics.

Child Safety

Having preventative measures in place for children in their everyday activities, limits risk of injury. Topics include information on helmet safety, traffic safety, school bus safety, online safety, and much more.

Workplace Safety

Canada Safety Council emphasizes the importance of health and safety to employers in helping to minimize workplace injuries. Topics include personal protective equipment, fatigue, bullying in the workplace, farm safety, and more.

Home Safety

There can be many safety hazards around the home, but the key is to eliminate risk before an injury occurs. Topics include fire safety, yard work safety, kitchen safety, propane safety, and other relevant issues.

Senior Safety

Seniors can face many difficulties as they grow older. Canada Safety Council provides safety tips to help in the aging process, and what seniors can do to make their home free of safety hazards.

Sports Active Living

Canadians participate in a wide range of physical and recreational activities, each with their own set of safety concerns. Canada Safety Council provides advice and safety tips on how to keep safe as you go about your active lifestyle.

Community Safety

Canada Safety Council provides ways in which Canadians can prevent injury or illness before it occurs. Some of the issues include emergency preparedness, fireworks safety, firearm safety, health issues, and many other topics.

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