OnDemand Courses

Complete these health and safety courses anytime, anywhere as long as you have a device connected to the internet.

To learn about the course, click on the course name. To start a training click on “Access On-Demand Course” which will take you to the CCSA’s elearning management system

Auditor Training Orientation (ATO-01)

Auditor Training Orientation

This Auditor Training Orientation will provide you with an understanding of an auditor’s role, without diving into the practicalities of audit procedures.  Learn about the auditing program, the audit tool, audit cycle, and what doing an audit entails, at a high level.

If you wish to be an auditor, you need to first take CCSA’s course on Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) for Auditors.

Before attending CCSA’s 2-day Live Facilitated Auditor Training, you must complete this Orientation and AuditSoft’s Auditing Application Overview course within 30 days.

Estimated Duration: 30 Minutes

NOTE: This orientation will not certify you as an Auditor, but is meant to be an introduction to the Auditor Training Course.

Table of Contents:

  1. Audit Theory 101
  2. Base Layer
  3. AuditSoft
  4. 10 OHSMS Elements
    • OHSMS Question 1 of 10
    • OHSMS Question 2 of 10
    • OHSMS Question 3 of 10
    • OHSMS Question 4 of 10
    • OHSMS Question 5 of 10
    • OHSMS Question 6 of 10
    • OHSMS Question 7 of 10
    • OHSMS Question 8 of 10
    • OHSMS Question 9 of 10
    • OHSMS Question 10 of 10
  5. How COR works?
  6. Audit Cycle
  7. Live Auditor Training

Cannabis in Continuing Care (CCC-01)

This video is for management in continuing care, or supportive living, who want guidance on their responsibilities regarding marijuana in the workplace.


Estimated Duration: 10 Minutes

Harassment and Bullying Prevention (HBP-01)

Learn what harassment and bullying looks like in the workplace and how to deal with it if it happens.

Estimated Duration: 20 Minutes

Hazard Assessment and Control (HA-01)

On-Demand Hazard Assessment

This course is designed to empower you with the essential skills and knowledge needed to navigate workplace hazard assessments effectively. You will learn the specifics of creating and comprehending formal hazard assessments, providing you with the tools to identify, document, and mitigate risks in a structured manner.  You will also become familiar with site-specific hazard assessments, equipping you with the expertise to tailor risk evaluations to unique/unexpected situations. Additionally, you will explore informal hazard assessments, which enable you to swiftly recognize and address potential dangers in dynamic and evolving situations. By the end of this course, you’ll be well-prepared to ensure a safe and secure working environment, no matter the circumstances.

Estimated Duration: 120 Minutes

Table of Contents:

  1. Introduction
  2. Hazard Assessment Processes
    • How Hazard Assessment Fit in the OHSMS
    • Occupational Health & Safety Legislation
    • Responsibilities
    • OHS Rights
  3. What is Hazard?
    • Find the Hazards
    • Health & Safety Hazards
    • Categories of Hazards
    • Sources of Hazards
    • Identify and Classify Hazards
    • Hazard Controls
  4. Types of Hazard Assessments
  5. Informal Hazard Assessment
  6. Site-Specific Hazard Assessment
    • Identify Hazards
    • Hazards Controls
    • Review and Evaluate
    • Activities
  7. Formal Hazard Assessment Front-Desk Staff
  8. Formal Hazard Assessment Health Care Aide
  9. Formal Hazard Assessment Housekeeping
  10. Formal Hazard Assessment Cook
  11. Formal Hazard Assessment Maintenance

Health and Safety Committee/Representative Training (HSC-01)

This interactive board game training session will provide what you—as a Health and Safety Committee Member/Representative—must know, and do, in order to fulfill the duties of your role. A downloadable manual is also included to help you on your way.

Estimated Duration: 50 Minutes

Table of Contents:

  1. Introduction 
  2. Workplace Safety Culture
    2.1. Safety Culture 
    2.2. What is Safety Culture 
    2.3. Internal Responsibility System 
  3. Legislative Requirements
    3.1. Committees and Representatives 
    3.2. Three Basic Workers Rights 
    3.3. Refusal of Work 
    3.4. Disciplinary Action 
    3.5. Due Diligence 
    3.6. Emergency Response Plans 
    3.7. First Aid Requirements 
  4. Health and Safety Committee Duties
    4.1. HSC Membership Requirements 
    4.2. Committee Co-Chair Appointments 
    4.3. Terms of Reference 
    4.4. Committee Meetings 
    4.5. Creating Hazard Assessments – Hazards 
    4.6. Creating Hazard Assessments – Controls 
    4.7. Preventing Workplace Violence and Harassment  
    4.8. Addressing Concerns 
    4.9. Making Recommendations 
    4.10. Conducting Inspections 
    4.11. Evaluating Committee Effectiveness 
  5. Summary 

Managing Violence, Harassment, and Responsive Behaviours (MVH-01)

On-Demand Managing Workplace Violence and Harassment and Responsive Behaviour

In this engaging and interactive course, you will explore industry-specific real-life scenarios to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively handle challenging situations. Our innovative approach includes a 360-degree video scenario, allowing you to immerse yourself in a dynamic environment.  You’ll also face branching decision and animated scenarios to put your de-escalation skills to the test. By the end of this course, you’ll be well-prepared to navigate and address violence, harassment, and responsive behaviours in a professional manner that prioritizes the safety of yourself and the people around you.

Estimated Duration: 120 Minutes

Table of Contents:

  1. Introduction
    • Recognizing Violence
    • Understanding Risk Factors
    • Reading the Signs of Escalation
  2. Needs-Based Behaviour
    • Active Listening
  3. Policies and Legislation
    • Essential to Know: Policy, Procedures and Hazards
    • Essential Workplace Knowledge Activity
  4. Situational Awareness
    • Practicing Situational Awareness
    • When Situational Awareness Matters
  5. De-escalation Training
    • How to Respond to Escalation
    • Use Neutral Body Language
    • Pay Attention to Paraverbal Communication
    • Use Effective Verbal De-escalation Technique
    • How to Set Limits
  6. How to Report and Debrief
  7. Wrap-up – Debriefing and Conclusion

Mental Health and Wellness (MHW-01)

Take an honest look at your mental health and join a frank conversation with us about how to improve your psychological wellness at work and in your life.

Estimated Duration: 20 Minutes

OHS 101 for Leaders (OHSL-01)

Targeting managers and supervisors! These funny and relaxed informative videos speak to what you need to know about each of the 10 Occupational Health and Safety Program elements—including the relevant OHS Legislation.


Estimated Duration: 1 Hour 15 Minutes

OHS 101 for Workers: Health and Safety Essentials (OHSW-01)

Targeting all front line staff! Watch the CCSA team go through the key essentials of what you must do for Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) at work.


Estimated Duration: 30 Minutes

Respirator Fit Tester Orientation (RFTO-01)

Respiratory Fit Tester Orientation

Note: Respirator Fit Tester Orientation is the Required Part of the Respiratory Fit Tester Training

This online portion of the course is specifically designed for healthcare workers who want to learn about respiratory protection programs. The course covers all the important aspects, including the reasons and requirements for these programs, fit testing, respirator selection, and proper use and maintenance.

Table of Contents:

  • Respirators types
  • When respirators are needed
  • The Respirator Fit Test
  • Caring for a respirator
  • When to be re-Fit Tested for a respirator
  • Respirator Legislation

Estimated Duration:  30 Minutes

Situational Awareness in Seniors Supportive Living (SASSL-01)

Situational Awareness in Seniors Supportive Living

In this course, learn how to evaluate situational risk by walking through the 4 Pillars of Awareness: Resident, Environment, Task and Yourself. By the end of the course, you will have added effective insights and strategies to your risk-assessment-toolbox.

Estimated Duration:  30 Minutes

Vaccine Basics (VB-01)

Vaccine Basics

This course will help you understand how vaccines work, address some common questions, and give you the skills, tools, and resources to have well-informed, respectful conversations about vaccination in the workplace.

Topics include:

  • Different types of immunity
  • Community protection (also known as herd immunity)
  • Managing common side effects
  • Common vaccine ingredients and how they are approved
  • How to talk about vaccines

This course was developed by SafeCare BC with funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Estimated Duration:  60 Minutes

Vaccine Basics for Leaders (VBL-01)

Vaccine Basics for Leaders

This course will help you understand how vaccines work, address some common questions, and give you the skills, tools, and resources to lead well-informed, respectful conversations about vaccination in the workplace.

Topics include:

  • Different types of immunity
  • Community protection (also known as herd immunity)
  • Managing common side effects
  • Common vaccine ingredients and how they are approved
  • Motivational Interviewing

This course was developed with funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Estimated Duration: 60 Minutes

WHMIS General Training (WHMIS-01)

Successfully complete the quiz at the end of this training to be General WHMIS certified for one year. Be sure that you also receive Site-Specific WHMIS training in order to complete your WHMIS requirement.

Estimated Duration: 20 Minutes

Workplace Violence and Harassment for Managers/Supervisors (WVH-01)

Walk through the information required to meet legislative compliance for Violence and Harassment Prevention Plans.


Estimated Duration: 50 Minutes

December 2021 OHS Legislation Changes (OHS21-01)

This video highlights the important changes in the OHS Act that came into effect on December 1, 2021. These changes are still in effect today.


Estimated Duration: 10 Minutes

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