Occupational health and safety (OHS)

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

Services and information

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