Who's the victim?

Last year, 14 Ontario families lost a
loved one due to falls from heights at work.

Inspectors are taking a zero tolerance approach to violations
under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and will be applying
the full force of the law, including fines and laying charges.

Prevention

  • Content last reviewed: July 2015

We are ALL responsible — employers, supervisors and workers — for preventing workplace illness and injury. Get involved now! Your search for workplace health and safety information starts right here…

Spotlight

Mining Health, Safety and Prevention Review

Mining Health, Safety and Prevention Review

See the recommendations and read the final report.

Working at Heights Training Standards

Working at Heights Training Standards

Training requirements for workers on construction projects.

Our Partners

Partners

Health and Safety Partners
The ministry works closely with its partners to protect worker's health and safety on the job.

Threads of Life
Association for workplace tragedy family support.