In an ongoing effort to educate Manitobans about workplace safety and health, SAFE Work Manitoba offers the following e-learning courses. A membership is not required in order to purchase or view e-learning courses.
Prairie Mountain Health Regional Authority (Manitoba)
View the most current catalogue of programs and supportive services for organizations affiliated to the Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health, and access more details through the Training Programs section.
Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health has worked collaboratively with industry stakeholders to develop provincial Safety Management System (SMS) standards along with specific training programs and services which are charted in this matrix.
W.A.V.E. focuses on increasing awareness, understanding the proper approach and emphasizes the need to work in the “safe zones” so that health care workers are safe while on and off the job.
Supervisors and managers play an integral part in implementing and sustaining a successful Workplace Violence and Harassment Program.
The CCSA has developed a program that addresses the effects of violence on staff (both directly and indirectly), prevention and mitigation strategies, non-physical de-escalation techniques as well as response/investigation procedures.
The Continuing Care Safety Association provides a significant amount of training focused on preventing violence, harassment, bullying, and fostering safe and mentally healthy workplaces.
Improve your understanding of the new rules by participating in these free interactive webinars. During each session moderators will provide an overview and answer questions.