The Workers Health & Safety Centre (WHSC) is designated by the government as Ontario’s health and safety training centre. Their unique role is well earned.
With 35 years experience, they are Ontario’s premier provider of occupational health and safety training for joint health and safety committees, smaller workplace health and safety representatives, workers and supervisors.
WHSC training can help workplaces of all sizes and sectors to
WHSC is committed to bringing change to workplaces across Ontario. Learn how they can help create safer, healthier workplaces.
United Way Halton & Hamilton (UWHH) is committed to leading measurable, impactful change by identifying the most challenging issues in our community, and bringing together people and resources to address those issues. They connect volunteers with local needs, and offer training and operational support to local charities. Along with their network of partners and experts, UWHH conducts research and works with key stakeholders to generate support for the not-for-profit sector. Each dollar raised is invested right back into the community to address the long-term recovery of its vital social safety net. Last year, UWHH helped 310,296 residents across Halton and Hamilton, who relied on 266 United Way supported programs for life changing services.
United Way and the Canadian Labour Congress have been partners since 1988 – both having a common vision for strong, healthy and prosperous communities offering a wide range of accessible, universal and high-quality social and public services. Labour acknowledges the important role of volunteers in creating these communities and United Way recognizes the need for fully funded and staffed public services.