Health, Safety and Environment at Waterloo
The Safety Office provides consultation and support services to the University community on matters relating to environmental and occupational health and safety.
Support the University’s strategic goals through the delivery of effective, efficient, and comprehensive health, safety and environmental program services;
Facilitate successful endeavours by all members of the University community by advising on establishing the healthiest and safest work and educational environment reasonably attainable; and
Ensure that persons accountable for University operations are fully and properly informed of the legal and regulatory health, safety and environmental compliance risks and requirements, and providing advice to those persons on those risks and requirements.
New and upcoming training courses
NEW!!! Classroom Course - SO2021 - Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
- Course Description -Training on the BIA process and questionnaire. Questionnaire to be completed by assigned unit representatives. Course is roughly 1.5 hours. No current courses
Other required mandatory courses.
Upcoming classroom training
|Tuesday, November 15, 2016||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||COM 112D|
|Friday November 18, 2016||9:00 - 12:00 pm||COM 112D|
|Wednesday, November 23, 2016||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||COM 112D|
|November 9, 2016||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||COM 112D|
Register online for classroom sessions not online sessions.
Registration for courses is done through myHRinfo. To register for the course follow the steps listed below: After logging in:
- Log on to myHRinfo.
- Select "Self Service".
- Locate "Learning and Development".
- Select "Request Training Enrolment".
- Select "Search by course" and enter course name OR number.
- To see what sessions are available click "View available sessions".
For additional help, follow the instructions on using Self Service.
The Safety Office is located in the Commissary (COM) Building. Our entrance faces the Ring Road, next to Police & Parking Services.
- Oct. 27, 2016
- Oct. 12, 2016
- Oct. 5, 2016