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Issues and Limitations with Online Working at Heights Training in Ontario

By |February 20th, 2017|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

Ontario companies spent $52M paying for work-related compensation and other losses in 2015, on workplace fall injuries alone. Online training may be flexible and quick but it doesn't provide the same substance as hands-on training.  Contact the trusted working at heights Ontario trainer today. Here is what a recent customer had to say about their experience engaging [...]

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Having a Daily Safety Talk Reduces Incidents

By |February 12th, 2017|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

Having a daily 5-minute safety talk can reduce safety incidents for your team and reduce paperwork.  Click here to speak with an ACUTE safety professional to help you plan your next safety talk. Employers must not only meet regulatory requirements but also ensure employees get the best hands-on training. For companies who are serious about safety, ACUTE [...]

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Advances in Confined Space Gas Detection

By |February 5th, 2017|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

Get the best technology in advanced confined space gas detection, helping harness the innovation of engineering while augmenting safety programs for work in confined spaces. If you have questions regarding confined space regulations or training, feel free to give us a call and ACUTE would be happy to help. The latest advances in confined space gas detection offer [...]

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Safety Certification Ownership in Ontario: Who pays for it and owns it?

By |January 23rd, 2017|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

To protect the safety of employees and meet government regulations, employers must provide (either deliver or pay for) training in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and training awareness.  Click here to see upcoming ACUTE courses that meet Ontario health and safety training standards for training, certified program content, approved training provider, and record keeping. Employers [...]

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Top 5 Reasons Ontario Business is Fined for Safety Violations

By |January 6th, 2017|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

Businesses in Ontario were fined over $6M by Ontario courts this year for health and safety violations. Below we will detail the top 5 reasons business lost millions from preventable causes.  ACUTE is making an exhortation to Ontario businesses to divert money spent on fines to investing in employe safety with a trusted Ontario trainer today. “I've been [...]

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Mandatory Safety Signs and Postings for Ontario Businesses

By |December 30th, 2016|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

Employers should seek to comply with Ontario government regulations in order to provide safe working conditions and avoid government sanctions for non-compliance. In this article ACUTE walks through all the essential signs your business should be posting. ACUTE helps you focus on safety by providing quality and industry informed training backed by hands-on experience.  See [...]

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7 Best Workplace Safety Videos: To Inspire Safety at Work

By |December 30th, 2016|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

From whiteboard videos to a Lord of the Rings airplane safety clip, here are the best workplace safety videos that internet has to offer. This article offer resources that can be of significant benefit to employers and health and safety representatives when looking for novel and engaging ways to open up the topic of health and [...]

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Safety In The Workplace Statistics Focus on Ontario, Canada

By |December 19th, 2016|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

Companies in Ontario spent $52M paying for work-related compensation and other losses in 2015, on workplace fall injuries alone. Go with the most hands-on and effective working at heights training to prevent your team from becoming another statistic.  Contact the trusted Ontario trainer today. This article features the most critical workplace safety statistics for Ontario. Get the [...]

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Healthcare Industry: Managing Heights, Spills, and Confined Space Hazards

By |December 11th, 2016|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

Workers in the healthcare industry are more likely to be injured than any other white collared professionals. ACUTE endeavors to enable workers to return safe and healthy to their families at the end of the day by offering industry-proven training to reduce injuries and causalities.  Contact our qualified professionals to get started today to get stellar Hazwoper training to help your [...]

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Worksite Safety – Managing Towards Zero Incidents

By |November 14th, 2016|ACUTE Environmental and Safety Services|

Ontario workplaces spent $52M on work-related compensation and other losses in 2015 relating to falls alone. Go with the best worksite safety and working at heights training to prevent your team from being included in these injury statistics.  Contact Ontario's  trusted working at heights trainer today. ACUTE offers the best choice for organization targeting a zero incident [...]

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