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800-622-6232E-text Are you in danger? [PDF - 322 KB] Request other formats online or call 1 800 O-Canada (1-800-622-6232). If you use a teletypewriter (TTY), call 1-800-926-9105. Large print, braille, audio cassette, audio CD, e-text diskette, e-text CD and DAISY are available on demand. This year, thousands of youths across Canada will get jobs in small and
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800-622-6232Could 1 800 O-Canada (1-800-622-6232), by teletypewriter (TTY), 1-800-926-9105. WHY HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARENESS IS IMPORTANT? • Proper training is vital for your safety. • It could save your life! • It could prevent you and your co-workers from getting injured. • You need to be aware of potential hazards in the workplace.
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Risks You need to be aware of potential hazards in the workplace. You need to help others become aware. You need to know what protection and compensation are available to you. Proper training is vital for your safety. Myths and realities 1. I can take risks. I won’t die. In 2011, over 68 workers aged 15 to 29 died in the workplace in Canada. 2.
Others Health and Safety - Are you in danger? This summer, thousands of students across Canada will become employed in small and medium businesses, and in institutions such as hospitals and schools. Some will be ambassadors at community festivals, while others will create Web pages for local businesses. Entrepreneurial
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800-622-6232E-text Request other formats online or call 1 800 O-Canada (1-800-622-6232).If you use a teletypewriter (TTY), call 1-800-926-9105. Large print, braille, audio cassette, audio CD, e-text diskette, e-text CD and DAISY are available on demand.
Assault Get to a safe place. If you are in danger, call 911 and/or a local sexual assault response program; Call someone you know and trust to be with you; If the sexual assault was recent and if possible, avoid washing yourself, changing your clothes or combing your hair. Preserve any evidence you can, such as items you had with you.
Canada The following information is a reproduction of Health and Safety publications which summarize the information contained in Part II of the Canada Labour Code.. While these publications provide basic information, they are not intended to replace the actual text of Part II of the Canada Labour Code, the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations and other related regulations.
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Canadian Guides & Brochures. Find inspiration for your dream Canadian journey in our brochures and digital guides below. When you are ready to start planning your trip, our knowledgeable Insiders are ready to help co-create your Canadian story.
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800-668-6868Phone Child Abuse: Information and Resources. If you are in immediate danger or if you need help right away, call 9-1-1. If you are under the age of 19 years old and want to talk to someone, you can call the Kids Help Phone free of charge at 1-800-668-6868 or text CONNECT to 686868. You don’t have to tell them your name.
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Dangerous Dangerous goods, as defined by the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDGR), are non-mailable matter. We won’t accept packages that contain dangerous goods or that display dangerous goods symbols, except for lithium batteries described in ABCs of mailing.If any evidence of former hazardous material contents is visible, we can’t accept the package.
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Canada Service Canada requires this document to validate the eligibility of the employee you have recruited. This form . must be completed on the first day of work. for, and by, each employee hired through Canada I hereby declare that I have read the health and safety brochure entitled "Are You in Danger?" produced by ESDC, and I fully understand
Counterfeit The Truth Behind Counterfeits. The dangers of buying counterfeit products aren’t always obvious. There are economic impacts, legal implications, and health and safety risks that are important for you to know before you buy. Particularly, when shopping online, beware of counterfeit goods. Fake goods can lead to real dangers.
Worries seemed you may have been a bit nervous about having a visitor in our house. What was that like for you?” Tell your child about some things you were scared of when you were the same age (especially if you shared the same types of fears), and ask if he or she has any similar worries or fears. Ask what worries him or her the most.
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Plague If you live in the western United States, you may be at risk for plague carried by fleas from rodents. Use insect repellent (containing DEET) on clothing, shoes, and hands to reduce Contact your local or state health department to find out if plague is a danger in your area and for more information on other flea-control methods. How to
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Anxiety dangerous or harmful to you. Remember, all the sensations you feel when you are anxious are there to protect you from danger, not hurt you. 4. Anxiety does not last forever. When you are anxious, you may feel like the anxiety is going to last forever. But anxiety is temporary and will eventually decrease. 5. Anxiety is mostly anonymous.
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Association Do you need more help? Contact a community organization like the Canadian Mental Health Association to learn more about support and resources in your area. Founded in 1918, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is the most established, most extensive community mental health organization in Canada.
Following a tourism or retail business. Brochures also can describe a program or class that is being offered. While brochures do get the word out, they are not as pervasive as a print, radio, or television advertisement. Getting Started. Before you begin to write, plan your brochure. Consider the following to help you gather the information needed.
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Dangerous goods, as defined by the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDGR), are non-mailable matter. We won’t accept packages that contain dangerous goods or that display dangerous goods symbols, except for lithium batteries described in ABCs of mailing.
On any given day, no matter where you are driving in Ontario, you can probably come across another driver who is texting and driving. In this post, we’ll discuss the dangers of texting and driving, look at texting and driving statistics and facts, fines, laws, and answer common questions about this dangerous driving practice.
If you don't find the tourist brochure or map you are looking for, contact the tourism office of the destination you are interested in. What to wear in summer in Canada? When is the best time to visit Canada?
Undeclared dangerous goods are dangerous goods articles or substances offered for FedEx Express air transportation without any required DG markings, DG labels, DG paperwork or an airbill entry indicating the shipment contains dangerous goods. These shipments are referred to as undeclared/hidden dangerous goods.