Environmental Health and Safety eLearning
It is required that all employees at Ryerson University complete some basic online training to stay safe and informed in the workplace. In compliance with Ontario Ministry of Labour (MOL) Regulation 297/13, external link, this now includes Environmental Health and Safety eLearning.
All employees required to complete the training
This legislation applies to all employees, including but not limited to Ryerson supervisors, senior administration, faculty, contract lecturers, staff, and students in paid and unpaid positions. Even if you completed training when you were first hired, you are required to complete this new training.
Paid and unpaid student interns are included
The law requires mandatory environmental health and safety training for both paid and unpaid workers. This includes student interns in research placements, practicums, exchanges, zones and thesis-related activity working at Ryerson.
Ryerson faculty and staff who will be retaining and supervising interns are required to ensure interns complete the training, which will prepare them to be safe and informed in the workplace.
EHS training incorporates all of the content required by the MOL legislation with Ryerson-specific examples, including:
- the role of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and internal responsibility system;
- the duties and rights of workers, supervisors, Ryerson and the Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC);
- hazards at Ryerson; and
- how to obtain more information about health and safety.
How to access the online eLearning module
Step 1: Log into my.ryerson.ca and click on “Your courses in D2L Brightspace”.
Step 2: Click your desired course.
Note: If you are enrolled in 13 or more courses, you may not see these mandatory courses listed. Instructions on how to locate these courses can be found by clicking on “More about ‘My Courses’” which is located to the right of the “My Courses” widget.
Step 3: Click “Content” to advance to the eLearning Table of Contents.
For technical questions or assistance with troubleshooting D2L, please contact the Computing and Communications Services (CCS) Faculty and Staff Help Desk at email@example.com or 416-979-5000, ext. 556806.
For questions regarding the content of the EHS eLearning or the legislative requirement to complete this training, please contact Environmental Health and Safety at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-979-5000, ext. 553770.