Do you supervise workers in a surface pit or quarry; surface or underground diamond drilling operations; surface or underground mining trades including electrical and mechanical? This course may be for you.
The Occupational Health and Safety Act in Ontario is very clear on the requirements of training, and every employer has the responsibility to make the workplace as safe as possible and to inform their employees about any hazards in the work that they do. Additionally, every worker has the right to know; they have the right to instruction and training on how to do their jobs safely.
Supervisors / Managers also have the right to training and instruction to help them to remain competent in their role as leaders and mentors in the workplace.
Employers have the greatest responsibility and authority in their organizations, which in turn results in ultimate accountability when something goes terribly wrong and a worker is injured.
InDepth Safety Solutions offers a selection of Ontario mandated training that suits all contributors to workplace safety, from the employer down to the newest hired or transferred worker on the floor or in the office.
We are proud to be teamed up with Northern College's Northern Training Division as an experienced instruction provider for many of their OHS training courses. Please take the time to visit their Facebook Page and their website to view more information and schedule of upcoming courses.
A person designated as a supervisor has more responsibilities than many in the workplace, including legal responsibilities for the health and safety of workers under their supervision. Workers have the right to supervision and employers have the legal obligation to appoint a "Competent Supervisor".
We discuss how the Occupational Health and Safety Act applies to all workplace parties and how Due Diligence can protect you from prosecution.
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System training covers the old (1988) and new (2015) standards. Workers who work with, or in close proximity to, a hazardous product must be trained in WHMIS. All workplaces must be in compliance entirely to the 2015 standards by December 31, 2018.
Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario, employers are obligated to take every precaution reasonable for the protection of a worker, and one of their main focuses must be to identify and control workplace hazards. It should be part of a solid health and safety program.
We provide a comprehensive and indepth workshop primarily focused on the safe operation of the Alimak, including detailed information on all components and emergency egress. Suitable for operators, mechanics and supervisors.
Required for workers engaged in surface mining and excavation operations, such as removing metallic and non-metallic rock, earth, clay, sand or gravel; including operations of excavation, processing, maintenance shops, storage facilities, and so on.
This course is offered in association with M.H. Francq and Associates and is one of our favourites to provide to the public and to various organizations of all business types. This certificate is required for certain specialized training in Ontario.