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HEALTH AND SAFETY LAW: DUE DILIGENCE AND COMPLIANCE IN ONTARIO

Get a better understanding about the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), the OHS Regulations, and the concept of The Internal Responsibility System.

The OHSA sets out duties for all workplace parties and rights for workers. It establishes procedures for dealing with workplace hazards and provides details for enforcement of the law where compliance has not been achieved voluntarily.

 

The OHSA applies to almost every worker, supervisor, employer and workplace in Ontario, including workplace owners, constructors and suppliers of equipment or materials to workplaces covered by the Act.

 

FACILITATED AT YOUR LOCATION, AT THE TIME OF YOUR CONVENIENCE!!

1 full day - Instructor-led course - Minimum 4 participants per session - Delivered at client's location - Prerequisite: none.

 

$277 + HST p/p

 

Who should attend this course? Employers Representatives, Management Team members, Supervisors, Workers, Workplace Health and Safety Representatives & Non-certified JH&SC Members.

 

The main purpose of this course is to provide participants with a better understanding about the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), the OHS Regulations, and the concept of The Internal Responsibility System.

 

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The main purpose of this course is to provide participants with a better understanding about the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and OHS Regulations. It focuses on the Act’s main intention to protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job.

The OHSA sets out duties for all workplace parties and rights for workers. It establishes procedures for dealing with workplace hazards and provides details for enforcement of the law where compliance has not been achieved voluntarily. The OHSA applies to almost every worker, supervisor, employer and workplace in Ontario, including workplace owners, constructors and suppliers of equipment or materials to workplaces covered by the Act.

This course is beneficial for all entities in the workplace and it can be tailored to the audience such as: Workers, Safety Representatives, Non Certified JH&SC Members, Supervisors or Managers. The main goal of this training program is to understand the importance of the Internal Responsibility System and the Due Diligence concepts and how it can help your organization’s commitment and efforts towards improving your overall workplace Health and Safety performance.

Health and Safety and the Law goes beyond basic awareness and provides students the resources to become familiar with all the most critical elements of Health and Safety Compliance in respect to the OHSA & the OHS Regulations.

TESTIMONIALS:

"I had the pleasure to work with Pedro in his capacity of guest speaker on occupational health and safety in Ontario at the MLM bridging program at Ryerson university. Pedro's deep knowledge on OHS and teaching ability was amazing. Looking forward to have him back"

Jose A. Garcia, Ph. D., P. Eng., MBA - Program Manager

Middle Level Managers with technical Background (MLM)

WHMIS 1988 & WHMIS 2015 Combined

1 full day - Instructor-led course - Minimum 4 participants per session - Delivered at client's location - Prerequisite: none.

$147.00 +HST / Per participant

FACILITATED AT YOUR LOCATION, AT THE TIME OF YOUR CONVENIENCE!!

 

 

The purpose of this comprehensive course is to increase the basic knowledge and understanding of the concepts of WHMIS in your workplace.

 

The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) is changing. Since 1988, WHMIS has been Canada’s hazard communication system for workplace chemicals. The new WHMIS is known as WHMIS 2015 and now incorporates the Globally Harmonized System (GHS). GHS stands for the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals.

 

The GHS is a system that defines and classifies the hazards of chemical products, and communicates health and safety information on labels and material safety data sheets.

 

The transition to WHMIS 2015 began on February 11, 2015 when the amended federal Hazardous Products Act and new Hazardous Products Regulations came into force and it will end on December 1, 2018. During this transition period, WHMIS 1988 will be slowly phased out and employers must ensure that workers are trained on:

 

  • Products with WHMIS 1988 labels and material safety data sheets for as long as they are still used in the workplace; and,

  • Products with WHMIS 2015 labels and safety data sheets, as soon as practicable after these products enter the workplace and, in some cases, before they are used.

 

WHMIS training is needed for: Any worker who comes into contact, or could possibly come into contact, with controlled substances or products or hazardous materials covered under WHMIS should take this course.

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