Table of contents
- Approved training
- Compliance and enforcement
- Concerns and incidents
- Education and resources
- Permits and certificates
- First responders’ mental health grants
- Get a Certificate of Recognition (COR)
- Health and safety program
- Impairment in the workplace
- Health and safety committees
- Obligations of work site parties
- OHS Futures Research Grants
- OHS prevention initiative
- Partnerships in Injury Reduction
- Workers’ Memorial Grant
- Working in extreme temperatures
- Workplace harassment and violence
- Young worker safety
Health and safety statistics are vital in identifying hazards associated with work.
They provide specific information about past events. However, a single statistical measure does not identify a particular employer as good, bad, high-risk or low-risk.
Since hazards associated with work vary by industry, OHS recognizes the need to address industry-specific risks with focused strategies.
Archived data and reports
Go to Open Government Publications to find archived Occupational Injuries and Diseases in Alberta reports for major industries within Alberta.
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