190529PRGSU1 | Supervisor OHS Responsibilities Part 1 PRINCE GEORGE

190529PRGSU1 | Supervisor OHS Responsibilities Part 1 PRINCE GEORGE

Kerry Hall No Comment

Supervisors play a critical role in the workplace because they have the authority to oversee the work of others. As such, supervisors have considerable responsibilities under Occupational Health & Safety Legislation. A supervisor is required to be qualified by knowledge, training and experience in the work they oversee, be familiar with the legislation that applies to their workplace and knowledgeable about actual or potential workplace hazards, so they can, in turn, advise workers about these hazards.

In this course participants will:

  • Discuss legal requirements and responsibilities (Provincial and Federal).
  • State the supervisor’s role in addressing work refusals and conducting investigations.
  • Identify the supervisor’s role in conducting workplace inspections.
  • Learn the principles of demonstration of “due diligence”.

This program also reviews relevant case law and provisions of the Criminal Code of Canada (Bill C-45) to help participants better identify types of work that are supervisory in nature and their related legal duties, and understand the consequences of non-compliance.

Audience: Supervisors, Managers and Worker Representatives.

*Federal OH&S Legislation specific version available on request.

Details Price Qty
Registrationshow details + $150.00 (CAD)  
Registrationshow details + $135.00 (CAD)   Expired

  • May 29, 2019
    8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Event Location

North - Coast Inn of the North (Prince George)

Address:
770 Brunswick Street, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, V2L 2C2

Account Holders

If you will be registering multiple participants (minimum 10) throughout the year you may wish to open an account with us. To do so please contact us at: +1-888-223-5669 or ohsadmin@bcfed.ca

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Register early to receive 10% off our usual course price. *excludes 2019 Whistler OHS Skills Development Week and MHFA courses