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Any work or life situation that can result in injury, disease or death is a hazard. Check out how you rate on this Hazard IQ quiz.
Check out this Worker Orientation Health and Safety Checklist. Find out what your employer should discuss with you when you start a new job.
Sexual harassment is against the law. But what is it and what can you do about it? Find out what you need to know about sexual harassment at school or work.
Learn about occupational health and safety and how employers and workers can co-operate to keep the workplace safe.
If you are a new and young worker, or an employer, supervisor, parent or educator of new and young workers, Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) offers many resources designed specifically for you.
Check out the centre's easy-to-read fact sheet for dealing with workplace bullying and links to courses on workplace violence.
Whether you mention your disability in your cover letter or resumé, during the interview or not until you have a job offer depends on the situation and on you.