Occupational health and safety (OHS)

Preventing work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities by working with employers and workers.

Services and information

Workers with jobs in certain areas are required by law to have government-approved health and safety training.

OHS enforces compliance with provincial laws through work site inspections, orders, penalties, violation tickets and other measures.

Ask a question about Occupational Health and Safety, or report injuries, incidents and unsafe work.

Ask an expert, sign up for OHS updates, search employer records, or access statistics, publications, webinars and other resources.

OHS investigates serious work site incidents, including fatalities, which fall under provincial legislation.

OHS Act, regulation and code, farm and ranch legislation, and gas station worker safety.

Get a mining or non-mining blaster’s permit, or register your radiation equipment.

Certificate of Recognition and guidelines for health and safety programs, workplace harassment, extreme temperatures and young worker safety.

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