Purpose: This course is intended to explain how the occupational health and safety legislation addresses workers who work alone, and offer an effective process for ensuring compliance. It will assist the praticipant in developing the tools necessary to recognize situations in which workers work alone and the hazards related to those working alone situations. Participants will also learn how to evaluate the risks, develop strategies to control them, and ensure that appropriate communication systems for workers who work alone are in place.
- Identifying who works alone; regulations for working alone
- steps to be taken to come into compliance
- identification of workplace hazards
- evaluation of the risks posed by hazards
- types of controls
- communication requirements and options.
Method: Classroom instruction; group discussion; exercises.
Participants: managers, supervisors, workers, and health and safety coordinators involved in hazard identification and the health and safety management system.
Duration: 1/2 day. The course will run either morning or afternoon. See "Time" below.
MINIMUM FEE to run a class with less than 10 participants: $400. Maximum class size: 20.
Member Price: $40.00 + GST
Non-Member Price: $60.00 + GST