De Novo’s 35-day Residential Addiction Treatment Program is focused on treating individuals with problem substance use/abuse. All of our programs are accredited and use up-to-date evidence-based practices. Treatment is overseen by an interdisciplinary team of psychotherapists and certified alcohol and drug counsellors. De Novo also offers aftercare and continuing care programs, youth addiction treatments and family programs.
In response to public recognition of injury and fatality rates in the workplace, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) was created on April 28, 1971. Since its formation, OSHA has been committed to directing its resources to reduce and prevent injuries, illnesses and deaths in all workplaces. OSHA accomplishes its goals through creating and enforcing workplace standards, providing employer and worker education and offering employer assistance and planning. Filled with more than 40 beneficial resources, this guide provided links to a wealth of information to empower employers, workers, students, teachers and others. Inside you’ll find resources about the development of occupational safety law, as well as employer resources, worker resources and much more.
The Infrastructure Health & Safety Association (IHSA) works for the elimination of occupational injuries, illness, and death in the provinces construction industry. Established in 1929, it is the industry’s primary source of health and safety know-how.
Our goal is to make people’s lives better by enhancing public safety. A full-service safety provider, TSSA carries out a broad spectrum of tasks on behalf of governments, businesses and the general public.
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) is a Canadian federal government agency based in Hamilton, ON, which serves to support the vision of eliminating all Canadian work-related illnesses and injuries.
Our unique perspective on occupational health and safety separates us from other training service providers. We avoid band-aid solutions and victim blaming tactics. Instead we help get to the root of the problem to control hazardous work conditions or better yet eliminate them altogether.
Our goal is to help construction workers: Receive fair wages, benefits and job-site standards, secure safe and healthy work site conditions, obtain training and skills upgrading, use their political voice, defend the dignity of all craft work.
We test products for compliance to national and international standards, and issue certification marks for qualified products. Certification marks tell potential customers and users that a product has been evaluated by a formal process-involving examination, testing and follow-up inspection-and that it complies with applicable standards for safety and performance.
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety