WHMIS - GHS

Workplace Hazard Recognition

Course Details

Training consists of discussions regarding what a Hazard is and when to utilize Root Cause Analysis. The program is a full day but can be scaled back to a half day at the client’s request. The facilitator will commence with the definition of a Root Cause Analysis, followed with a review of a video of an accident scene with discussion to follow. The facilitator will then create a fictitious accident at your workplace to determine the root cause of the accident. If possible we can take an accident that the client has already had and perform a Root Cause Analysis on that accident. Arrangements for this element should be made in advance so the facilitator can prepare accordingly.

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Course Outline

* price does not include HST * travel costs may apply Course Includes:
  • Manuals
  • Wall Certificate
  • Records of Training

Description

Training consists of discussions regarding what a Hazard is and when to utilize Root Cause Analysis. The program is a full day but can be scaled back to a half day at the client’s request. The facilitator will commence with the definition of a Root Cause Analysis, followed with a review of a video of an accident scene with discussion to follow. The facilitator will then create a fictitious accident at your workplace to determine the root cause of the accident. If possible we can take an accident that the client has already had and perform a Root Cause Analysis on that accident. Arrangements for this element should be made in advance so the facilitator can prepare accordingly.

A “Question and Answer Period” will be conducted at the end of the session. Participants will receive instruction in the following topics:

  • What is Root Cause Analysis?
  • How is it applied to the workplace?
  • Accident Investigation to determine the root cause.
  • Workplace Inspections – determine the hazards in the workplace and offer effective controls to prevent the repetition of hazards.
  • Job Task Analysis – to assist you in developing safe operating procedures
  • Effective Supervision – to allow supervisors and managers to assess how their staff works..