This course aims to provide an understanding of the supervisor’s role in organizational health and safety. It will explore the requirements of due diligence, the rights of workers, supervisor and worker health and safety requirements, employee competency, and the role of health and safety committees. The course will also look at supervisor’s roles in hazard identification and control, accident reporting and investigation, and the importance of communicating health and safety information.

This one-day course will highlight the most important aspects of the supervisor’s role so that they can participate effectively in health and safety responsibilities and work towards the continual improvement of health and safety performance in their organization.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the employer’s responsibility to display due diligence for organizational health and safety
  • Know and understand the three rights of workers
  • Identify the responsibilities and roles of supervisors and workers in organizational health and safety
  • Realize the role of the Health and Safety Committee in organizational health and safety
  • Identify the responsibilities of supervisors and workers in hazard identification, assessment and control, safety and health inspections, and accident reporting and investigation.
  • Create an employee orientation checklist.
  • List the necessary health and safety training for employees.
  • Understand the importance of communicating health and safety information.

How Will You Benefit:

  • Recall the employer’s responsibility for demonstrating due diligence in maintaining organizational health and safety.
  • List the three fundamental rights of workers under health and safety law.
  • Understand the specific roles and responsibilities of supervisors and workers in ensuring organizational health and safety.
  • Grasp the importance of effective communication of health and safety information to all staff members.
  • Apply methods for hazard identification, assessment, and control within the workplace.
  • Create an employee orientation checklist that incorporates essential health and safety training requirements.
  • Identify the operational roles of Health and Safety Committees and their impact on organizational safety practices.
  • Analyze the requirements for safety and health inspections, accident reporting, and investigation processes.
  • Develop strategies to improve the communication and implementation of health and safety policies and procedures across the organization.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of current health and safety practices in the workplace and propose improvements to ensure ongoing compliance and enhancement of safety standards.

Who Should Attend:

Human Resource Professionals, Supervisors, and Managers

Course Format:  Live Instructor Led (synchronous)

Course Duration:  8 hours

Course Information


This course does not have any sections.