WSCC Service Updates

WSCC’s Iqaluit and Yellowknife office are closed to in-person services. WSCC employees continue to work remotely. Call 1 (800) 661-0792 to be directed to a service provider. To report a serious workplace incident, visit WSCC Connect.

Young Worker Resources

Workers under 25 are at risk for accidents and injuries due to fewer years of on-the-job experience and training. Make sure all of your workers are receiving a high standard of training, mentorship, and a strong understanding of your Occupational Health and Safety Program (OHS Program). The resources below have been developed as support documents in creating a strong safety culture.

For a more in depth outline of how to create an OHS Program, visit WSCC’s OHS for Small Businesses page.
 
 

Workplace Safety

Cannabis can affect how you work. Impairment can last for more than 24 hours after use.

In 2018, the Federal Government legalized cannabis. You are encouraged to talk to your child about cannabis, as this is one of the most effective ways to help them make informed decisions, particularly as it relates to safety in the workplace. Here… more