Health and Safety Awareness Training for Supervisors in Ontario is an interactive online training course that meets the requirements under the Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training Regulations (O. Reg 297/13) that came into force on July 1, 2014. This course provides basic health and safety awareness information for Ontario supervisors that should be used in conjunction with on-site training that covers workplace specific hazards and issues.
The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and regulations define the law regarding the roles & responsibilities of employers, supervisors and workers to ensure health & safety in the workplace. Compliance of each party to perform their specific responsibilities supports an "internal responsibility system" and is required to maintain a safe work environment.
This course will help you keep yourself and others safe in the workplace. Knowing your duties as a supervisor, as well as knowing the "rights" and duties of workers, and the responsibilities of your employer, will help you achieve this goal. Being aware of occupational illness and workplace hazards, and how to control them will also promote a safe work environment. Knowing where to find additional information and assistance if needed, will help you in your role as supervisor.
Health and Safety Awareness Training for Supervisors in Ontario may be taken in the comfort of your own home or on the workplace computer system. Depending on your pace, it takes approximately 60 min to complete. You may progress through the online course at your own pace and may stop & start at any time. You are required to achieve a grade of 75% or higher in order to pass, and are allowed 2 attempts at the test. A certificate of completion (and/or wallet card) may be printed at successful completion of the Health and Safety Awareness Training for Supervisors in Ontario Test.
What you will learn in this Course
- Your duties as a supervisor under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).
- The duties of the employer and the “rights” and duties of workers under the Act.
- How the Health & Safety Representative and the Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC) are selected and their roles in health & safety.
- Internal sources of workplace health & safety information.
- External sources of health & safety information, such as the Ministry of Labour, the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board, and other Ontario health & safety system partners.
- Common workplace hazards, occupational illness, workplace violence & harassment, WHMIS, and hazard control measures.
- How to recognize, assess & control workplace hazards, and how to evaluate the effectiveness of hazard controls.
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