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Previously named "Health and Safety Committees in the Canadian Federal Jurisdiction" Understand the roles & responsibilities of health and safety representatives and policy and work place health and safety committees under the Canada Labour Code, Part II.
$49.00 * CAD
Single Seat (90 days access from date of purchase)
Multi-seat (1 year access from date of purchase)
Updated March 2020 to incorporate amendments to the Canada Labour Code, Part II, the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations and the Policy Committees, Work Place Committees and Health and Safety Representatives Regulations effective January 2020.
This updated e-course features an improved look and functionality to enrich your learning experience.
The Canada Labour Code, Part II requires employers to provide health and safety training to members of policy committees, work place committees and health and safety representatives. This e-course can be used as a part of the required training.
The course provides a practical introduction to policy and work place health and safety committees and discusses the roles and responsibilities of representatives and committee members. It offers guidance on how to establish a new committee, effectively resolve health and safety concerns and recommend preventive measures to improve hazard control. The course will help health and safety committee members and representatives bring the "internal responsibility system" into practice and help meet training requirements specified in the Canada Labour Code, Part II.
Average time to complete this course is about 60 minutes.
This course focuses on the knowledge required by paragraph 125.(1)(z.01) of the Canada Labour Code, Part II. Learners should have a strong foundational knowledge of the Code prior to taking this course. CCOHS’ course, Canada Labour Code, Part II: An Overview, introduces the requirements of the Code and how it is applied, as required by paragraph 19.6(1)(a) of the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.