Course length: Full Day
Cost $200
The goal of this course is to reduce incidents, injury and fatalities in Ontario workplaces. It has been designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of what workplace hazards are and the methods used to control them. The course is for managers, supervisors, workers, JHSC members and Worker Health & Safety representatives. Topics include: roles and responsibilities of workplace parties, hazard identification, and the hazard pathway, hierarchy of controls, ergonomic hazards, chemical hazards, biological hazards, hazardous energies, and best practices. This course is especially useful for anyone who is responsible for the development of Job Safety Analyses (JSA) and Safe Work Plans (SWP)
  • Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Industrial O. Reg. 851
  • Construction O. Reg. 213/91
  • References
    Workers, Supervisors, JHSC members, and Safety Representatives

    By the end of this course participants will be able to:
    • Explain the roles and responsibilities of workplace parties regarding the identification, reporting, and control of workplace hazards
    • Explain the hazard pathway
    • Explain the hierarchy of controls
    • Explain the classification of hazards and the primary methods of control
    • Identify Hazardous energies and explain primary control methods
    • Identify routes of entry for chemically toxic and biological agents and explain primary control methods.
    • Describe the elements of a Job Safety Analysis and discuss how it can be used to develop a Safe Work Plan that Recognizes the hazards, Accesses the hazards, Controls or eliminates the hazards and Evaluates the results (RACE).

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