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Register Your School

*If you are a student trying to log into your Safety in Schools account, please select the “Login to Safety in Schools” button from the menu above and use the login information provided to you by your teacher.

Register Your School

According to safety statistics, workers between 15 and 24 have the highest risk of getting hurt at work, with half of those injuries happening in the first six months on the job. Proper workplace safety training is the key to reducing these statistics.

What safety statistics don’t tell you is that safety training is one of the things that more and more employers are looking for when they hire inexperienced workers. Listing safety courses on your resume won’t just make you look better on paper—it could just get you the job. And from your first day at the work site, those courses will help you stay safe, injury free and ready to move up. Interested?

The Safety in Schools program is available to teachers all year at no cost. We encourage teachers to register their school at any tim

Step 1: Request to Register Your School

If you are a teacher or administrator and you would like to begin offering Safety in Schools  courses to your students, please send an email with your name, email address and the name of your school to:

Sara Rooseboom
Program Coordinator
sarar@safetyinschools.ca

Step 2: Read Through Your Teacher’s User Guide

Within 24 hours of sending in your registration request, you will recieve an email containing your login information as well as a teacher’s user guide, which is also available for download below.

Step 3: Register and Enroll Other Users

Once you have recieved your login information, you are able to begin registering students and other teachers, enrolling them in courses and monitoring their progress.

Students are not limited to the core curriculum alignments of the HCS3000, HCS3010 and AGR3000 courses. Safety in Schools encourages students to take all courses that will help them further their personal and professional development.

You may wish to view the new teacher webinar below to help you get started: