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Mandatory e-learning and quizzes

General Safety/Health & Safety Awareness

Covers the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act, role of the employer, supervisor, worker, Ministry of Labour and Workplace Safety Insurance Board related to workplace safety. Also includes information on Sunnybrook safety policies.

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WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Material Information System)

Training on hazard symbols, labels and material safety data sheets/safety data sheets that provide information on recognizing and working safely with hazardous materials.

Important: If you are unable to access the WHMIS quiz from last slide (e.g. accessing from outside Sunnybrook) you can complete the Word version and send to Occ. Health (fax: 416 480-5751, email to or mail to H292). Please put name and contact information on the quiz if faxing or mailing.

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Violence Prevention

An overview of legislation related to workplace violence, the policy and procedures at Sunnybrook, and calling a Code White for a violent situation.

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Code White

Successful annual completion of the Code White e-learning module and quiz is mandatory for all staff, physicians and volunteers.

By the end of this module you will:

  • Know how to respond if faced with a situation with the potential for violence
  • Know how to call a Code White
  • Know the responsibilities of key persons involved in a Code White event
  • Know how to debrief, follow up and support staff after a Code White event

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Code Red

It is a Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Sunnybrook) policy, in the event of a fire, to protect life first and property second, through knowledge of Fire Plan Principles, training and repeated practice. Monthly all occupants of each campus are required to participate in Code Red drills as per the Ontario Fire Code. 

Important: If you are unable to access the Code Red policy from the first slide (e.g. accessing from outside Sunnybrook) you can view the PDF version here.

You must print the completed Code Red quiz and submit to the Medical Affairs office by email at or by fax to 416-480-4028.

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