An Inspections is a process for critically evaluating a workplace to identify and record potential hazards so that corrective actions may be taken before an accident occurs. A workplace inspection is a primary function for discovering facts that are important to preventing incidents which can threaten the safety of workers, and business profitability.
Who Should Take This Course?Managers, Supervisors, Health & Safety Representatives, and JHSC worker and management members.
- Health & Safety Representatives
- JHSC Worker Representatives (see JHSC Program)
- JHSC Management Representatives (see JHSC Program)
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This instructor‐led course equips participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to perform regular, planned workplace inspections as required by the Occupational Health & Safety Act. Supervisors, along with other members of an inspection team, can help plan, conduct, report, monitor and document inspections. Regular inspections are an important part of an overall occupational health and safety program.
An inspection program takes planning, preparation and training in what to look for and what to look at. An effective safety inspection program will improve worker communication, company morale and, save the employer money. This training prepares participants to play an important part in keeping their workplaces safe.
Length: 3 Hours
Individual Price: $175
Groups of 3-5 Discount: 10%
Groups of 6-9 Discount: 15% or Contact Us For Rates & In-House Options
**Minimum of 6 participants for this course to run**
Go to the "Registration Options" panel at right for upcoming classes.
Most participants take the Accident Investigations training together with the Workplace Inspection course, or alternatively WHMIS 2015.
- Review the Purpose & Legal Requirements for Conducting Workplace Inspections
- Preparing for an Inspection
- Roles & Responsibilities
- Types of Workplace Inspections
- Hazard Identification – Existing & Potential
- RACE Methodology for 'R'ecognizing, 'A'ssessing, 'C'ontrolling & 'E'valuating hazards
- Steps of a Workplace Inspection
For information on in-house training options or for groups larger than 6, please contact us.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations received less than 5 business days prior to a course start date will not be refunded. Workplace Safety Group reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a training session. A $25.00 Administration Fee will apply to all cancellations.