Workers Compensation Board of Prince Edward Island

Workshops & Seminars

The WCB is committed to making sure you have the skills and knowledge required to build a strong safety culture in your workplace. As such, we offer a variety of free educational sessions for Island employers, workers and other Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) stakeholders.

These sessions are facilitated by our Education Consultants, who will provide information on OHS legislation and assist you with developing health and safety programs.

The WCB's safety education sessions cover topics such as:
  • Occupational Health and Safety Programs
  • Safety for Managers and Supervisors
  • Health and Safety Committees
  • Safety topics that may be tailored for your workplace
To view a list of upcoming OHS education sessions, click here.

Pre-recorded webinar sessions are also available in the Webinars section below.

Please contact the OHS division to register for a public workshop or schedule one at your workplace:


902-368-5697 or 1-800-237-5049 in Atlantic Canada


Our webinars provide a convenient option for new employee orientation, educating safety committees, or enhancing your company’s health and safety culture.
Young Worker Safety: Changing the Culture Young Worker Safety: Changing the Culture
Participants will learn about the significant influence supervisors can have on young worker health and safety, and how to make the best out of this. Participants will learn why young PEI workers are hesitant to raise their workplace safety concerns, and what they can do to encourage young workers to speak up.

Workplace Safety for Supervisors Workplace Safety for Supervisors
Supervisors play a critical role in making sure their workplace is healthy and safe because they direct the work of others. This session will introduce participants to the concept of due diligence and inform them of the legal responsibilities supervisors have for worker health and safety.
Health and Safety Committee Basics Health and Safety Committee Basics
Did you know workplaces with 20 or more workers must have a Joint Occupational Health and Safety (JOHS) Committee? An effective JOHS Committee is a group of worker and employer representatives working together to promote health and safety in their workplace. This session will provide you with the information you need to establish a safety committee in your workplace, which meets the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Workplace Harassment Online Course Workplace Harassment Regulations
Workplace harassment undermines a person's dignity and well-being. When not addressed, it can also lead to negative outcomes for the workplace, including absenteeism, stress, and decreased morale. This session will introduce participants to Workplace Harassment Regulations and outline the employer and worker responsibilities in establishing a workplace harassment policy.

Learn more about this topic in the workplace harassment webpage.