Health & Safety – Online

Man with pants down holding blank placardDon’t get caught with your pants down!

Make sure you’re ready for audits by having your employees properly trained.

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The LBMAO offers an online health & safety training program that is user-friendly and self-paced, featuring courses required by the Ontario Health & Safety Act:

  • Ontario MOL Worker Orientation (Bill 160)*
  • Lift Truck
  • Fall Protection**
  • Accessibility for Disabled Ontarians
  • Violence & Harassment in the Workplace (Bill 168)


  • Computer-based voice-over
  • Multi-media training
  • Simple user interface
  • Requires no computer experience
  • Self-Paced: learn through repetition and repeat the program as often as needed
  • Easy to schedule: train and certify each new employee before they start work
  • Cost Effective: no instructors needed, minimal administration time

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* Under Bill 160 of the Occupational Health & Safety Act, all employees must take mandatory health & safety orientation training effective August 1, 2013 in addition to existing mandatory health & safety compliance training.

** The Ontario Ministry of Labour (MOL) has initiated new regulations for workers working at heights.  Up to now you have had to provide fall restraint training.  The LBMAO course meets this requirement.  We communicated our concerns regarding these new changes to the committee developing the new regulations back in the spring of 2014.  A copy of the letter is available here.  We are reviewing our program to ensure it meets the MOL requirements for industrial establishments and will keep you updated.

New Occupational Health & Safety Awareness and Training Regulation O. Reg. 297/13

This regulation requires the employer to maintain a record of the basic occupational health & safety awareness training for workers and supervisors who work for that employer.  The employer must also keep a record of workers and supervisors exempt from the training.

This guidance tool is one way that an employer can record the basic occupational health and safety awareness training for their workers and supervisors.  This guidance tool is a sample and is not required to be used under the Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training Regulation (O. Reg. 297/13).  Click here to download the sample document that you can customize for your company’s needs.  Save to your computer, as it may not display properly if viewed online.