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Free e-learning on occupational health & safety for Nova Scotia

March 26, 2013  ByAnthony Capkun


March 26, 2013 – As part of its new workplace safety strategy, the Government of Nova Scotia has partnered with the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) to provide its citizens free access to CCOHS’ e-learning courses on topics of occupational health and safety.

“In addition to our many free resources, including telephone and email Inquiries service, hundreds of fact sheets, articles and podcasts, CCOHS is pleased that workers in Nova Scotia will have access to a variety of free e-learning courses, as well,” said Steve Horvath, CCOHS president and CEO.

Nova Scotians can choose from over 60 free e-learning courses, with topics ranging from confined space management and hazard identification to ladder safety and emergency response planning.

CLICK HERE for more information on CCOHS education and training programs.

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