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Occupational Health and Safety in Small Business

Content:
The course consists of five modules

- Responsibilities for OH&S
- Due Diligence
- OH&S Program Overview
- Accident Investigations and Reports
- Assessment Rates and Claims Costs
- WCB Officer Functions

Objectives:
Successful completion of the course will enable participants to:

- Explain regulatory requirements relevant to responsibilities of employers, supervisors, workers and others
- Identify the element of an OH&S program and key functions in the practice of due diligence
- Apply strategies to manage claims and control costs
- Understand the roles and functions of WCB officers and cooperate with them to achieve compliance with regulatory requirements and workplace health and safety

Outline:
This is a course aimed at helping small business owners to understand their legal responsibilities and to exercise due diligence in their workplace. This course is also suitable for worker health and safety representatives, supervisors, and workers in small operation.
Materials:
Occupational Health and Safety training manual.
Certification:
Participation Certificate.
Length:
Course duration 7-8 hours, 1 day.
Prerequisites:
Minimum of 16 years old.
$120.00 per person - call for group of 20 pricing.
Please call to book this service.