All persons in the workplace share the responsibility for ensuring a safe working environment. Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act , the University as an employer, and supervisors, must take every precaution reasonable under the circumstances for the protection of a worker. The responsibility lies with the Board of Governors and the line of supervision, beginning with the President and proceeding to the workplace supervisor and the worker. Managers and supervisors are accountable for carrying out their responsibilities in accordance with the OHSA and the policies and programs of the University.

Asbestos Management Indoor Temperature Guidelines
Controlled Goods Program Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Designated Substances Respiratory Infection and Illness Prevention
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First Aid Slip Trip Fall – Prevention
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Hazard Identification and Reporting Working Alone
Hazardous Waste Management Workplace Harassment and Violence
Health & Safety Award Young Workers

Health and Safety for Management News

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