Introduction to OHS
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Description of the training Introduction to OHS

Description of the training

This online OHS training course is based on the Regulation Respecting Occupational Health and Safety (RROHS), which establishes the standards to be followed to ensure the health and safety of workers. It is applicable to all workplaces and serves as the reference for preventing workplace accidents in Quebec.


This health and safety course focuses on the main themes of the RROHS, which every worker in a company must be familiar with in order to reduce the risk of workplace accidents. It details the various rights and responsibilities of workers, such as the right to refuse unsafe work.


This online course is for all new workers in an organization. It outlines several basic principles of occupational health and safety. It also covers the general rules for using ladders, stepladders, scaffolding and many other workplace tools and equipment.


Formerly called "Welcoming new workers".

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Learning objectives of the training Introduction to OHS

Learning objectives of the training
  • Understand the role of the Commission de la SantĂ© et de la SĂ©curitĂ© du Travail (CNESST);
  • Understand the health and safety rights and responsibilities of workers and employers;
  • Know the procedures to follow in the case of a workplace accident or illness;
  • Understand the different forms of harassment;
  • Know the “Zero Tolerance” policy regarding drug and alcohol use;
  • Be familiar with emergency procedures;
  • Understand the general health and safety rules;
  • Know the basic principles of correct workstation ergonomics;
  • Be familiar with the principal risks concerning hazardous materials;
  • Be familiar with personal protective equipment;
  • Understand the basic principles of using ladders and stepladders;
  • Know key health and safety procedures.

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