Principles of OHS Management
An Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) program is a plan of action designed to prevent accidents and occupational diseases. An OHS program relies on commitment, leadership and worker participation to achieve its outcomes. Some form of a program is required under occupational health and safety legislation in most Canadian jurisdictions. A health and safety program must include the elements required by the health and safety legislation as a minimum.
This course is structured as a one (1) day course but can be modified to meet content and duration requirements.The online version is structured as a two hour course.
Any employee within a company that has an existing OHS program, or is planning on building an OHS program.
Previous health and safety education and/or experience is an asset but not required.
Upon completion of this course, participants will understand and be able to communicate BC Health and Safety legislation requirements and its impact on the OHS Management system.
- Basic Principles of OHS
- OHS Legislation
- Due Diligence and Enforcement
- Fundamentals of an OHS Management Program
Assessment and Completion
Upon successful completion of course materials, students will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.