SUPERVISOR SAFETY TRAINING CERTIFICATE
The supervisor course consists of 40 hours of comprehensive practical training designed to build both knowledge and confidence for the supervisor managing staff. The course will provide insight into a wide range of subject matter that the supervisor is likely to encounter in their workplace. This modular-based course provides the participant with a certificate of completion for individual modules that have been mastered, as well as a certificate of completion at the end of the course.
SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITY FOR SAFETY
This course provides the supervisor with a clear understanding of the reasons and need for due diligence and the implications of legislation surrounding safety in the workplace as well as new and young worker orientation and will provide some practical examples for the workplace. Worker Safety is an important part of the course material and this course is designed to provide the supervisor with the knowledge and grounding to be able to implement and teach safer work practices in order to modify safety behavior in the workplace.
The risk assessment course has been designed to give the participants an overview of the importance of assessing the risks associated with the performance of work and the associated risks that may face the worker performing the work/task. The participants will be introduced to the process of risk assessment, from identifying the hazards to the evaluation of the risk associated with the hazard to understanding the appropriate ways to eliminate or control the hazard causing the risk.
DELIVERING A CREW TALK
This course lays the foundation for safety in the work environment. It addresses the need for pre-workplace activity and the need to address safe working on a daily basis. The course will discuss the stakeholders involved in the commitment towards safe working practices as well as the roles and responsibilities of the worker, the supervisor and the employer.
WORKPLACE SAFETY INSPECTION
This course considers what a comprehensive workplace inspection program may include daily inspections of equipment, initial startup inspections, walk-arounds of mobile equipment before use, daily and/or weekly supervisor inspections, and weekly and/or monthly departmental inspections. In addition to regularly scheduled inspections, you need to inspect your workplace after an incident or when you have added a new work process or new equipment.
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION TRAINING
This course deals with the concepts and methods that can help you to implement and perform effective accident investigations. The course will provide you with the information and examples guidelines required to identify accidents from incidents. It will teach you how to conduct interviews, complete scene visits, complete evaluations, report writing and follow-up to accidents.
VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE
The purpose of this course is to give a practical solution to developing a workplace violence prevention program. Verbal abuse, arguments, property damage, vandalism, sabotage, physical assaults, psychological trauma and rape are all examples of workplace violence.
WORKPLACE BULLYING & HARASSMENT
Work place bullying and harassment is an issue of growing concern. It can take many forms from verbal abuse to aggression. This course provides workers, supervisors and managers the tools to recognise and to deal with bullying and harassment in the workplace.
BEHAVIOUR BASED SAFETY TRAINING
This course aims to understand causes of incidents and near misses and correct them through the behavior of relevant people. For example, reducing hazards often requires behavior change of managers and frontline workers, and equipment redesign. A behavior based approach is one which: is based on solid principles about engaging, motivating, assisting, reinforcing, and sustaining safe behaviors. It takes a systematic approach, examining the motivation underlying behaviors, in order to increase safe behavior.
WORKPLACE HAZOURDOUS MATERIALS INFORMATION SYSTEM – WHMIS – 2015 GHS
This comprehensive WHMIS 2015 GHS Certification program has been developed in accordance with Work Safe BC requirements for the training of persons who manufacture, work with or are ‘in proximity to’ hazardous materials in the workplace. WHMIS has aligned with the worldwide hazard communication system known as GHS – the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals. Aligning with GHS provides many benefits, which will be discussed in the training. With WHMIS 2015 there will be new classification rules, new hazard pictograms, new supplier label requirements, and new format for Safety Data Sheets.