Joint Health & Safety Committees

Course Info

Throughout the course of 8 lessons, this Alberta OHS based training instructs workers on their right to participate in work site health and safety programs. These tutorials provide insight on how an effective HS committee is both established and maintained. Workers and employers and will learn how HS committees carry out successful meetings, complete work site investigations and deal with work refusals.

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Course Outline

11 mins
Establishing the Committee
6 mins
Roles and Responsibilities of an Effective Committee
8 mins
Meeting Guidelines
6 mins
Resolving Issues
4 mins
Work Site Inspections
10 mins
Root Causes
11 mins
Committees Role in Work Refusals
4 mins
1 hr(s)

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