Supervisory Management Training
The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) defines a supervisor as a person who has charge of a workplace or authority over a worker. This is a broad definition that can apply to many different people in a workplace, including people in management, on the shop floor, in a bargaining unit, and individuals whose job title does not include the word “supervisor”.
Duration: 1 Day Training
Accreditation: Not Yet Aligned
Credits: Not Yet Aligned
Successful Candidates Credited With This Unit Standard Are Able To:
- Make sure that workers work in compliance with the OHSA and its regulations.
- Make sure that workers use any equipment, protective devices or clothing the employer requires.
- Tell workers about any workplace health and safety hazards that the supervisor is
- Give workers written instructions on measures and procedures to be followed for their own protection, if prescribed by regulation; and
- Take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances to protect workers.