You may be contacted by third party service providers offering Health and Safety Committee/ Representative training.

Be advised that Health and Safety Committee/ Representative training  is still under development by the Province and that the Province will be designating certain organizations the ability to deliver the training. If you take training from a third party service provider, that is NOT approved by the province, you will not be in compliance with the requirements under the new OHS legislation. 

Do not register or pay money for Health and Safety Committee/ Representative Training unless it has been approved by the Province.

ASHA is working hard at keeping our membership informed. We will let you know when and where Health and Safety Committee / Representative training will be available. 

Please stay tuned for additional updates. 

The Occupational Health and Safety Act (the act) establishes the minimum standards for healthy and safe workplaces in Alberta. These laws are supported through the internal responsibility system and enforced through compliance activities. An Act to Protect the Health and Well-being of Working Albertans updates the act to better protect Albertans at work. Most of the changes come into effect June 1, 2018.

Printed copies of the updated legislation are not currently available however online versions can be found at

Explanation Guide

Review an overview of the changes, register for one of their live webinar’s or watch a pre-recorded version.

The Government has also released the following bulletins to help guide you through the new legislative requirements.

Alberta Occupational Health and Safety- Highlights of OHS Changes
Do I need a joint work site health & safety committee or a health & safety representative?
Health & Safety Representatives
Joint Work Site Health & Safety Committees
Worker participation in health & safety