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Coming Events

Covid-19 Business Update

ICSS is exited to announce that training courses are resuming, both in our 330 Laurier Street Brockville Training Center and remotely at customer sites as requested. We have resumed in-house training with recommended guidelines in place—distancing, sanitizers, masks provided, etc. Scheduled classes are resuming on June 9th.
Please get in touch with our office for schedules and availability of space at 613-498-2722 or
info@safety-solutions.ca
 


Safety Training and Consulting

ICSS is a Safety Training and Consulting company dedicated to helping organizations improve Health & Safety results, and build Organizational Effectiveness. ICSS has been approved by the Ministry of Labour to offer Working at Heights for Construction and Joint Health & Safety Committee Part 1.

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How Can ICSS Assist Your Organization?

Our team of Human Resource and Occupational Health and Safety Environmental Professionals can assist your organization in reducing or eliminating injuries in three areas:

Our team of professionals will assist you in meeting all your workplace health and safety requirements.

June 17, 2020
Ontario is releasing safety guidelines to protect workers, customers and the general public from COVID-19 as it prepares for a gradual reopening of the provincial economy. These resources are available for different sectors. They will help
January 24, 2020
On Jan. 1, 2020 the province of Ontario changed the periodical medical examination on asbestos workers from two to five years; replaced the nine separate medical surveillance codes with one single consolidated and updated code; and replaced the 16
November 29, 2019
Lead the Way on PPE Safety You wear your hard hat, safety boots and glasses. You know your workplace’s health and safety requirements. You understand that personal protective equipment (PPE) is often the last line of defence when it comes to