Workplace Inspections

OHS Essentials course for workplace health and safety basics

Effective inspections are one of the most important incident/accident prevention tools in a company’s safety and health program. Properly trained inspectors in a systematic inspection program will help reduce incidents and property damage.

Learn how to create an effective safety inspection program in this essential workplace safety class for JHSC members, Worker Health and Safety Reps, managers, or supervisors responsible for workplace inspection.

Goals and Objectives

Understand how to conduct effective workplace inspections that improve worker communication and company morale and save time and money.

  • Understand and meet Occupational Health and Safety regulatory requirements.
  • Identify responsibilities and processes for conducting effective workplace inspections.
  • Construct and develop your workplace inspection program.
Topics
  • Effective health and safety inspections
  • Develop an inspection program
  • Inspection procedures, completing inspections, guidelines, and checklists
Audience
  • Joint Health and Safety Committee members
  • Worker Health and Safety Reps
  • Any employees, managers, or supervisors responsible for workplace inspections

Eligible toward the requirements for for mandatory annual Joint Health and Safety Committee training in British Columbia; may be eligible in other jurisdictions as well.

Virtual Classroom Training

This is an 2-hour class presented in an online format. See available dates below.

Online Learning

Register for Joint Health and Safety Committee training online through our Learning Centre. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and accessible from any computer, laptop, tablet with internet access.

Training Bundle

Choose the JHSC Training Bundle for more than 8 hours of combined Joint Health & Safety Committee essentials online training, including:

  • Joint Health and Safety
  • Workplace Inspections
  • Incident Investigation

Interested in Workplace Inspections training?

If you would like to learn more about this training please contact us at 604.795.9595 or fill out our form.

A representative from the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC will be in touch to arrange training for you.