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Unravel the mystery of Due Diligence in this 1/2 day course, not offered by any other organization! Developed and taught by a former Ministry of Labour Inspectorate peer trainer. This course will provide supervisors with simple actionable strategies, methods and information they need in order to effectively perform within the regulatory safety environment.

 

Classroom Topics of Discussion:

  • The real financial costs of safety
  • IRS from the inspector’s point of view
  • Employer Responsibilities under the OHSA
  • Supervisor Responsibilities under the OHSA
  • OHSA Fines and Penalties
  • Roles of the MOL and Safety Partners
  • How does a supervisor achieve “Due Diligence”?
  • Health and Safety Program concept and methods
  • Discipline including in a union environment
  • Hazard Identification and Control Methods
  • Supervisor Note Taking
  • Powers of a MOL Inspector


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone in a supervisory position - Managers, Supervisors, Lead Hands, CEO's

 

LOCATIONS & DATES:

Mississauga, ON - June 16, 2016

London, ON - June 29, 2016

Belleville - July 14, 2016

Hamilton - July 28, 2016

Barrie - August 11, 2016

Ottawa - August 25, 2016

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

WHAT IS THE COST?

Only $249.00 (+tax) per person

Price includes a 'Supervisor's Evidence Notebook', handouts as well as a certificate upon completion.

 

 

 

 

 

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 Ground Force Training is an industry leader providing training to Municipalities and Businesses across Canada and the United States! We are hiring instructors. Serving and Retired Military are invited to apply. We will review all of your theoretical and practical  experiences. Please fax us your resume to 888-203-6387 or complete our on-line Application Form.

·          The real financial costs of safety

·          IRS from the inspector’s point of view

·          Employer Responsibilities under the OHSA

·          Supervisor Responsibilities under the OHSA

·          OHSA Fines and Penalties

·          Roles of the MOL and Safety Partners

·          How does a supervisor achieve “Due Diligence”?

·          Health and Safety Program concept and methods

·          Discipline including in a union environment

·          Hazard Identification and Control Methods

·          Supervisor Note Taking

·          Powers of a MOL Inspector