AMHSA Webinar Series

AMHSA offers regular live webinars on a variety of health and safety related topics. Webinars are offered via Zoom and are presented by a team of staff, subject matter experts, and sponsors. In addition to these sessions, AMHSA also offers online and on-site training. To suggest a topic or sponsor a webinar, contact us.

This content would not be possible without the support of our sponsors and partners. Thank you to the City of Lethbridge, the Government of Alberta, Howatt HR Consulting, EWI Works, and Devco.

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Upcoming Webinars

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TOPIC (Click for more information)  DATE & Time (MST) PRESENTED BY
Ergonomics Coaching September 15, 2022 2:00 PM AMHSA & EWI Works
Ergonomics Coaching October 20, 2022 9:00 AM AMHSA & EWI Works
Ergonomics Coaching November 17, 2022 2:00 PM AMHSA & EWI Works
Ergonomics Coaching December 15, 2022 9:00 AM AMHSA & EWI Works


Video On Demand

When available, previously recorded webinars will be available below. 

Audit Tips - Presented by AMHSA

Effective Use of myWCB (May 3, 2022) - Presented by WCB-Alberta

Learn more about how to use myWCB reports to better manage your employer account and improve your disability management program.

In this course, we’ll review the types of reports and other features are available to employers through myWCB.

Ergonomic Coaching: Considerations for a Return to Office (March 17, 2022) - Presented by EWI Works

In the near future, it will be possible for all employees to return to office. Employers will have a decision to make. Three scenarios will be used moving forward; employees return to the office, employees continue to work from home, or a hybrid model where employees split their time between home and the office.

There are many factors that will help determine what option organizations choose. This session is intended to highlight the considerations from an ergonomics perspective for each of the options.  After attending the session, attendees should know what activities they need to complete to ensure a successful return to the office, for whichever model they choose.

In addition to Health & Safety professionals, Human Resources and Facilities staff will also find this session valuable.

Ergonomic Coaching: Dynamic Warm-Up (April 21, 2022) - Presented by EWI Works

While the dynamic warm-up is targeted to field workers, office employees would also benefit from this interactive presentation. This session begins with the importance of warming up the muscles before engaging in heavy work, along with tips on how to roll out the program, then a variety of dynamic movements are demonstrated to increase heart rate and muscle temperature to prepare the body for work. Participants are encouraged to complete the dynamic movements along with the facilitator.  

Ergonomics Coaching: Reducing MSIs in the Trades (June 16, 2022) - Presented by EWI Works

This session begins with a review of injury claims in Alberta municipal workers with a focus on the Trades. We will discuss methods for identifying risk factors and strategies to reduce musculoskeletal risk, including job coaching. This talk will focus on six general ergonomics principles. These principles are a starting point toward implementing engineering controls, behavioural changes, and updates to training. Attendees are then encouraged to meet with their teams and use these principles as a starting point to target musculoskeletal injury risk reduction.

Focusing on the ’H’: De-Siloing HR and Health and Safety for Total Worker Health - Presented by Howatt HR
Part 1: Foundational elements of your organizational strategy
Part 2: Anchoring your strategy
This webinar project is funded on behalf of the City of Lethbridge through the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Innovation and Engagement Grants Program.
How We Work Together Matters - Incivility and Respect in the Workplace - Presented by Howatt HR & Bennet Jones
Part 1: Respect in the Workplace (Oct. 17, 2020)
Part 2: Employee Experience Strategy and Bill 30 (Oct. 24, 2020)
This webinar project is funded on behalf of the City of Lethbridge through the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Innovation and Engagement Grants Program.
Important H&S Committee Changes - Presented by AMHSA
Line of Fire for Municipalities - Presented by AMHSA & Devco
Maintaining Mental Fitness - Presented by AMHSA & Howatt HR
Psychological Health Impact Group Introduction - Presented by AMHSA & Howatt HR (registration required)
November 21, 2020
November 28, 2020
Winter Ready Leader - Presented by AMHSA & Devco (registration required)
Winter Ready All Employees - Presented by AMHSA & Devco  (registration required)


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