All employers have a duty to ensure the safety of their employees and visitors to their workplace. This includes having an emergency plan and training the leaders within their organization to understand their roles in an emergency. Good emergency plans depend on a company’s employees understanding what to do in the event of a fire or emergency.
This means that some employees will be assigned particular roles and responsibilities as Fire Wardens. This includes specific duties during an evacuation and specific responsibilities for ongoing safety or fire prevention. Proper fire warden training is important for these assigned employees to ensure they have the knowledge to carry out these duties.
What would you do if you smelled smoke in your office? What would you do if a pan of grease caught fire in your home? If you needed to use an extinguisher, would you really know what to do? Our Fire Safety Webinar covers the basic science of fire, different types of fuels, and how to use a fire extinguisher.
We at F.A.S.T. Rescue are doing our best to source out the products you need at the best possible price. Our company has a Health Canada Establishment License so you can be sure that the products you buy have met Health Canada standards.
Join us for a complimentary webinar on the new WSIB Health & Safety Excellence Program. This new program recognizes the safety efforts made by the employer and the workplace in Ontario. It integrates the strengths of the previous WSIB Small Business, Safety Groups, and Workwell programs.
The Excellence program is now the only way to receive a rebate on your WSIB premiums.
The Excellence program provides a clear road map for Ontario businesses to improve health and safety and achieve recognition. Participation will help make Ontario a healthier and safer place to work. Whether you are just getting started or want to optimize systems and processes you already have in place, the Excellence program can help you reach your goals.
Join us for a complimentary webinar on Workplace Mental Health ($60 value). Learn how to effectively manage mental health in the workplace. Acquire the strategies required to create an inclusive environment that can reduce stigma.
Poor employee mental health is one of the greatest challenges facing businesses today. According to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), only 32% of Canadian employees feel their organization’s leaders are addressing mental health in the workplace.
Date: February 20, 2020 Time: 12 pm to 1 pm EST
If you would like to attend this session, please fill out the Registration Form below. Spaces are limited so please book early!