The Occupational Health and Safety Regulation provides for members of a safety committee to receive 8 hours of safety related training per year. The 6 courses listed below offer a variety of safety training to your employees each year. A brief description of each course follows.


8 Hour Safety Course Upon completion, participants should be able to:
Hazard Recognition and Control Make informed decisions through identification of hazards and apply effective strategies to control hazards in the workplace.
Joint Health and Safety Committee Training Identify and interpret Joint Health and Safety Committee member's responsibilities and duties, and carry them out in ways that promote workplace safety and health.
Occupational Health and Safety in Small Business Explain employer's and worker's health and safety responsibilities and practice due diligence in carrying them out in the workplace.
Preventing and Investigating Musculoskeletal Injury (MSI) Explain the seven step Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention process, identify risk factors associated with MSI, determine ways to control identified risks, and apply tools to prevent MSI and conduct investigations into MSI.
Preventing Workplace Violence Explain the regulatory requirements for protection of workers from workplace violence, conduct a risk assessment, establish preventive measures and procedures, and develop a workplace violence provention program.
Supervisor Safety Management Identify and explain supervisor responsibilities for a safe work environment, and describe processes for risk assessments, inspections, and accident investigations as required for due diligence.


Each course is approximately 8 hours and is available in a corporate group setting only. These classes can be scheduled at almost any time for a corporate employer. If you are interested in one or more of these courses you may download a 7 page brochure with more detailed descriptions or navigate to our contact form to register, or inquire, about a specific course.





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