Infinity has completed a new version of the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Prevention Office’s Worker Health and Safety Awareness in 4 Steps and Supervisor Health and Safety Awareness in 5 Steps online learning modules. The modules can be accessed by visiting Worker Health and Safety Awareness in 4 Steps or the Supervisor Health and Safety Awareness in 5 Steps link. This version will provide a number of new features including automatic email of the course completion certificate to the learner’s email address. Additionally, Learning Management System (LMS) versions of the modules are available to be run from any SCORM 1.2 Compliant LMS.
The advantages of using the LMS version of the modules include easier administration and auditing. As the LMS administrator you will know when the modules have been completed and have a record of the amount of time spent. The LMS versions of the modules also allow individuals using the modules to stop and come back to the point where they left off. This is very convenient as the person using the module no longer has to complete the entire module in one sitting.
If you do not currently have an LMS, Infinity is offering FREE LMS hosting for the modules. There is no cost or obligation and Infinity takes care of all of required administration and record keeping. To get the process started send an e-mail to FREE LMS Hosting Service. Once we receive the e-mail we will provide you with the details of the service.
These modules have been developed using HTML5 and can be accessed through mobile devices as well as desktop and laptop computer systems. They will work with any browser which is HTML5 compatible on a number of platforms, including Windows, Mac, and Linux. The modules are also fully accessible and provide screen reader friendly access to the material. All videos are also captioned to ensure that the modules meet the Ministry of Labour’s stringent accessibility requirements and conform to the Accessibility For Ontarians With Disabilities Act (AODA). Though Infinity was responsible for the production of the modules, they are the property of the Ontario Ministry of Labour.