Competent Supervisor Training
Participants of the Competent Supervisor Training are trained to understand the requirements of the Occupational Health & Safety Act and the Ministry of Labour regulations that apply to their workplace. At any workplace, competent supervisors must have enough knowledge, training, and experience to organize the work to be performed. They must be familiar with the OHSA and any regulations that apply to their workplace. When appointing a supervisor, the employer must ensure the person is competent.
Health and Safety Law – Outline (4 Hours):
- What does due diligence mean for you and the company?
- Regulations and legislations—who is responsible for what?
- Competent supervisors and how internal responsibility systems work (JHSC)
- Summary of the offences and their corresponding penalties
- What is required to prove due diligence: policies, programs, documents, and training
Competent Supervisor – Outline (4 Hours):
- Hazard identification, controls, and inspections
- Accident investigations
- Critical injuries and definitions
- Components of a winning Health &Safety Program: polices, procedures, and due diligence
- Evaluating your current H&S Program
- Job hazard identification and analysis
Who Should Take Competent Supervisor Training?
Any employee who has authority over another employee, especially health & safety representatives, managers and owners.