Here is a partial list of some websites where you can gather on-line injury statistics.
- AWCBC National Work Injury/Disease and Fatality Statistics Program
- Health Surveillance and Epidemiology Division, Centre for Health Promotion – Injury Surveillance On-line
- WCB of Manitoba
- BC Forest Safety Council
- Nova Scotia Workers Compensation Board
- Nova Scotia Trauma Registry
- CMAJ Fatal Work-Related Farm Injuries in Canada, 1991-1995
- Worksafe BC
- WCB Alberta
- WCB of PEI
- WCB NWT and Nunavut
- WCB Saskatchewan
- WSIB Ontario
- WHSCC New Brunswick
Here is a list of Canadian institutions that offer health and safety programs. If your program is missing from this list, please contact us.
- British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)
- University of British Columbia
- University of Victoria
- Athabasca University
- Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
- Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
- University of Alberta
- Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology
- Red River College Full-time diploma program in Occupational Health and Safety
- Algonquin College
- Cambrian College
- Conestoga College
- Confederation College
- Fanshawe College
- Lambton College
- McMaster University
- Mohawk College
- Niagara College
- Ryerson Polytechnic University
- St. Clair College
- University of Toronto
- McGill University
- Dalhousie University
- University of Fredericton
The Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) conducts a salary survey of all Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (CRSP) every two years. The most recent survey was conducted in 2015.
For information on immigrating to Canada as a skilled worker, please visit the three government links below.
- Immigrating to Canada: Skilled Workers and Professionals
- Applying as a Skilled Worker
- Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
Some regulators provide guides designed to assist in documenting and implementing an effective safety and health program. Check with regulatory authorities in your jurisdiction as information is sometimes available at regulator web sites.
Additionally, check with your local CSSE Chapter as they may be able to assist.