- Injury Statistics
- OHS Education Programs
- OHSE Salaries
- Immigrating to Canada
- Developing an OHS Safety Manual
- NGO Safety Standards
Where can I locate Canadian injury statistics online?
Here is a partial list of some websites where you can gather on-line injury statistics:
- AWCBC National Work Injury/Disease and Fatality Statistics Program
- Health Surveillance and Epidemiology Division, Centre for Health Promotion – Injury Surveillance On-line
- WCB of Manitoba
- BC Forest Safety Council
- Nova Scotia Workers Compensation Board
- Nova Scotia Trauma Registry
- CMAJ Fatal Work-Related Farm Injuries in Canada, 1991-1995
- Worksafe BC
- WCB Alberta
- WCB of PEI
- WCB NWT and Nunavut
- WCB of Sask
- WSIB Ontario
- WHSCC New Brunswick
What Canadian schools offer OHSE programs?
Here is a list of Canadian institutions that offer health and safety programs. If your program is missing from this list, please Contact Us.
- British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)
- University of British Columbia
- University of Victoria
- Athabasca University
- Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
- Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
- University of Alberta
- Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology
- Red River College Full-time diploma program in Occupational Health and Safety
- Algonquin College
- Cambrian College
- Conestoga College
- Confederation College
- Fanshawe College
- Lambton College
- McMaster University
- Mohawk College
- Niagara College
- Ryerson Polytechnic University
- St. Clair College
- University of Toronto
- McGill University
- Dalhousie University
What are the salary ranges for OHSE professionals?
The Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) conducts a salary survey of all Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (CRSP) every two years. The most recent survey was conducted in 2015.
I would like information on how to immigrate to Canada as an occupation health and safety professional. How do I know if my education and work experience are transferable?
For information on immigrating to Canada as a skilled worker, please visit the three government links below:
I need to develop an OHS Safety Manual. Where do I start?
Some regulators provide guides designed to assist in documenting and implementing an effective safety and health program. Check with regulatory authorities in your jurisdiction; often, information is available on-line at regulator web sites.
Additionally, check with your local CSSE Chapter; they may also be able to assist.
What non-governmental organizations (NGOs) generate standards that relate to safety, health, fire protection, life safety etc?