Roadmap to Health, Safety and Compliance
This module is based on the original Partnership in Injury Reduction (PIR) Health and Safety program to assist companies in the development and implementation of their safety programs. The program has been updated and expanded to meet the current AASP and Partnerships Standards.
The purpose of a Health and Safety Program is to assist management in identifying and controlling risks, provide the basis for action to health and safety problems and assist in the maximization of productivity for the organization’s resources.
January 11, 2022 – 8:30 AM – 4:30PM
January 12. 2022 – 8:30 AM – 4:30PM
Instructor Led Training (Classroom / Webinar)
DURATION: 16 hours
The learning objectives of this course are to:
- List and describe the ten major components of a health and safety program including the purpose and benefits.
- Demonstrate the technical knowledge necessary to implement a functional health and safety system based on the ten elements.
- State in their own works the key benefits of an effective health and safety program for an organization in both financial and human terms.
- Explain techniques for communicating with management fostering meaningful management commitment and ongoing support.
- Explain techniques for fostering worker involvement in the organization’s health and safety program.
- Explain some simple methods of estimating the actual direct and indirect costs on an incident.
- Identify the relationship between a health and safety program and the OH&S legislation, with emphasis on the responsibility of an organization to undertake due diligence.
A Certificate of Achievement will be issued upon successful completion of the course exam.
Upon the organization’s completion of the development, implementation, and passing an external audit of their Health and Safety Program the organization will receive a Certificate of Recognition from Alberta Labour in Partnership with the Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships, your Certifying Partner. Qualification for a Certificate of Recognition indicates the company has met or exceeded the standard as set out by the Partnership program.
This course is a:
- AASP recommended course for Health and Safety Committee co-chairs and all OH&S Leaders
WCB Industry Code 89702 for Property Management OHS Program Development Training:
Reserve your spot for the Training Session for the AASP Property Management, OHS Program Development Training course titled: Roadmap to Health, Safety, and Compliance
To register for the First AASP Property Management Roadmap to Health, Safety, and Compliance class to be held on January 11-12, 2022.