Home and Work
This one-day course will appeal to leaders, or those destined for leadership roles, who need to familiarize themselves with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and its model for managing safety and health in the workplace. The course has been designed for a group of 10 to 20 people.
Participants will understand:
- responsibilities of the Health and Safety Committee
- duties of the employer, the supervisor, the worker
- meaning of due diligence
- internal responsibility system which demonstrates that “everyone has a part to play in safety.”
- work refusal process (used when the internal responsibility system fails)
This workshop uses an experiential learning process and discussion sessions. Participants should come with an understanding of the specific areas they need to focus on in relation to their workplace.
For maximum impact this workshop should be followed by the one-day Coroner’s Inquest, and the one-day Tools of Due Diligence.