In this session, participants learn to conduct detailed analyses of workplace accidents. This course’s material also covers what employees should expect during the process of external accident investigations, and discusses the importance of complying with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (WSIA) and Canada’s various Health and Safety committees.
Workplace accidents are an unfortunate reality of the manufacturing sector, but by thoroughly investigating them when they do occur, we can better prepare for them in the future. In this course, participants learn to conduct detailed analyses of accidents in their facilities, and determine the different levels of responsibility that each employee bears when an accident occurs.
This session’s material also covers what employees should expect during the process of external accident investigations, and discusses the importance of complying with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (WSIA) and Canada’s various Health and Safety committees. This course is crucial to manufacturing employees of all roles, departments, and industries for understanding what causes accidents, how they are addressed, and what we can learn from them.
- Adhering to federal and provincial Health and Safety legislation.
- Responsibilities of employers, supervisors, and workers in preparing for and responding to workplace accidents.
- Addressing workplace fatalities or critical injuries.
- Filing notices and claims for accident benefits.
- Complying with external Health and Safety investigators.
- The components of an accident investigation.
- Workplace accident learning opportunities.
DURATION: Contact EMC for course duration
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: In-Person Classroom
SCHEDULE: Please contact Amy Edwards, EMC's Training Manager, at 1-866-323-4362 for upcoming course dates and times.
Training is available in English.
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