Supervisor Safety

Supervisor Safety 2017-11-24T03:52:57-08:00
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The supervisor responsibility for safety course consists of 8 hours of comprehensive practical training. The course provides the supervisor with a clear understanding of the reasons and need for due diligence and the implications of the legislation surrounding safety in the workplace. The course also deals with new and young worker orientation giving the supervisor the knowledge to implement and teach safer workplace practices in order to modify safety behaviour resulting in a safer work environment. The course is designed to build both knowledge and confidence for the supervisor managing staff.  A certificate of completion will be provided at the end of the course.

Course Content:

  • Bill C45 and Legislation 2.17.1 of the criminal code
  • Due Diligence
  • The four cornerstones of due diligence
  • New & young worker orientation
  • Understanding supervisor responsibilities
  • Refusal of unsafe work
  • Orientation
  • Tips for supervisors
  • Orientation topics

Duration – 8 hours
Number of Participants – Maximum 20
Certifying Body – Domcor Health Safety & Security Inc.
Certificate Expiry – None
Exam – Ongoing Skills evaluation, multiple choice tests and an overall grade of 70%


 Employers are responsible for establishing workplace health and safety committees.  Most Canadian health and safety legislation set guidelines for organizing the committee, the structure of the committee, meeting frequency, and the roles and responsibilities of committee members.  This course provides the information necessary to lay the ground work for the establishment of a joint occupational health and safety committee.

Course Content:

  • What is a joint health and safety committee
  • Who is responsible for establishing a joint health and safety committee
  • What does a joint health and safety committee do
  • Is a committee or a representative required by law
  • What are the sources of legislation regarding a joint health and safety committee
  • When are health and safety committees required
  • How many people are on a committee
  • Who are the committee members

Duration – 8 hours
Number of Participants – Maximum 20
Certifying Body – Domcor Health, Safety & Security Inc.
Certificate Expiry – None


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.

Course Content:

  • Definitions
  • Regulations
  • Accident reporting and investigation
  • Investigation concepts
  • Procedure for visiting the scene
  • Interviews
  • Evaluations
  • Report writing
  • Follow-up

Duration – 8 hours
Number of Participants – Maximum 20
Certifying Body – Domcor Health, Safety & Security Inc.
Certificate Expiry – 3 years


This course lays the foundation for daily 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.

Course Content:

  • The employers responsibility to stakeholders
  • The purpose of crew talks
  • Safety benefits
  • Being prepared and committed
  • Leaning how to deliver a crew talk
  • Being proactive
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Crew talk materials
  • Tips for successful crew talks
  • Keeping records
  • Adult learning
  • Motivating safety in the workplace
  • Positive behaviour and reinforcement

Duration – 4 hours
Number of Participants – Maximum 20
Certifying Body – Domcor Health, Safety & Security Inc.
Certificate Expiry – 3 years


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.

In practical terms, a risk assessment is a thorough look at your workplace to identify those things, situations, processes, etc. that may cause harm, particularly to people. After identification is made, you evaluate how likely and severe the risk is, and then decide what measures should be in place to effectively prevent or control the harm from happening.

Course Content:

  • What is risk assessment
  • The objectives of risk assessment
  • The regulations for risk assessment
  • Risk management
  • Risk assessment records
  • Risk Control and evaluation of control measures

Duration – 8 hours
Number of Participants – Maximum 20
Certifying Body – WorkSafe BC
Certificate Expiry – 3 years

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