Effective Immediately: In-Person Training
As SAFE Work Manitoba continues recovery planning efforts, we are proceeding with the utmost caution, keeping your safety and health as our highest priority. We have decided to postpone all in-person workshops and events until further notice. SAFE Work Manitoba will continue to monitor the guidance of health authorities and reassess plans as necessary.
SAFE Work Manitoba is now offering our workshops through virtual classroom learning. Virtual classroom learning will provide a similar experience to our regular in-person workshops delivered in an online classroom format. Learn more and check out our upcoming virtual SAFE Work Manitoba workshops on our events calendar.
E-learning and Webinars
We also offer online e-learning courses and webinars that provide other helpful ways for you to continue workplace safety and health training. We offer several online e-learning courses
in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
. All courses are free for Manitobans. View the complete list of e-learning courses here
, or watch a webinar by clicking here
We are committed to providing timely service in these circumstances, as we all practice prevention and social distancing. We encourage you to contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, chat with us online at safemanitoba.com or call us at 204-957-SAFE (7233) in Winnipeg or 1-855-957-SAFE (7233) Outside Winnipeg.
SAFE Work Manitoba offers a range of free, educational
workshops throughout the year, including our newest workshops: Preventing Musculoskeletal Injuries (MSI) and Building Office Ergonomic Champions.
For more information, view our workshop descriptions and locations, and free e-learning courses demonstration information:
Conferences and Events
SAFE Work Manitoba, as well as some of our safety partners offer safety-related conferences and educational events/workshops throughout the year. Click on the calendar button below to view upcoming opportunities.
Training Opportunities Offered By Other Organizations
For information on the Blasters Training Course, visit the Blasting Information Page.
For information on Flagperson Training Program requirements and a list of approved trainers, visit the Flagperson Training Information Page.
For information on First Aid Training Providers, see Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health’s List of Approved First Aid Training Providers.
For information about and to register for WCB Basics or Return to Work Basics, please visit the WCB website.
For information about A Hazard is A Hazard – Workplace Psychological Health and Safety, and to register for a session, please click here.
Manitoba eLearning Instructional Design
Learn more about the requirements for training programs that incorporate an eLearning component.