181213NEWWRAS | Understanding & Conducting Risk Assessments NEW WESTMINSTER

181213NEWWRAS | Understanding & Conducting Risk Assessments NEW WESTMINSTER

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Assessing risk is an approach to occupational health & safety. Both Federal and Provincial OH&S Legislation requires all employers to assess risk in the workplace in a variety of situations. This course will cover when a risk assessment must be completed and will give participants hands-on experience in a variety of different methods of conducting risk assessments.

In this course participants will:

  • Learn about the risk assessment process specific to hazard identification, analyze and evaluate the risk associated with the hazard and determine appropriate ways to eliminate or control the hazard.
  • Learn in practical terms that a risk assessment is a thorough look at your workplace specific to things that may cause harm to workers.
  • Summarize hazard prioritization and precautionary principles.
  • Learn how to generate awareness of hazards and risks.
  • Learn how to implement controlled measures, as a result of conducting a risk assessment.
  • Discuss the requirements, who is responsible for meeting them and consequences of non-compliance.

Audience: OH&S Committee Members, Managers, Worker Representatives and Supervisors.

Prerequisite: Completion of the OH&S or Supervisor Part 1 course is required before taking this course.

*Federal OH&S Legislation specific version available on request

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  • December 13, 2018
    8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Event Location

Lower Mainland - Health Sciences Association (New Westminster)

Address:
180 E Columbia Street, New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada, V3L 0G7

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