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  • Job Task Analysis (SWP)

    Job Task Analysis (SWP)

    Job Task Analysis, also known as Job Safety Analysis and Job Hazards Analysis, is the first step to developing Safe Work Procedures. Participants will learn how to perform a Job Task Analysis through observation, identifying potential or actual hazards, and determining the appropriate control for each hazard. Subsequent to this, a safe work procedure can be developed.

    Course duration: 1 day

  • Lock out / Tag out Awareness

    Lock out / Tag out Awareness

    This course is focused on providing all workers with the basic knowledge of what lockout/tag out is, why it is important to workplace safety, and the basis of developing a workplace specific Lockout/Tag out Program. Employers have a responsibility and duty to ensure workers are protected from the unexpected release of energy from equipment during maintenance or service.

    Course duration: 1/2 day

  • Supervisory Skills

    Supervisory Skills

    Participants will gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the Supervisor/Manager in relation to Occupational Health and Safety at the workplace. Topics include: OH&S legislation, Functions of Supervisors/Managers specific to safety, rights and Responsibilities of Workers, Due Diligence Employees/Management, Effective Leadership, and more.

    Course duration: 2 days

  • Due Diligence

    Due Diligence

    What are you doing as a Manager to ensure you are compliant with Occupational Health and Safety Legislation? This course will provide participants with an understanding of the principle of Due Diligence, what is needed to demonstrate Due Diligence, and why Due Diligence is necessary for a legal defense. The objective of a good OH&S Program is to develop Due Diligence as a workplace standard.

    Course duration: 1/2 day