Small Employer OHS Refresher Training

This course provides a refresher for ISEBASE/SEBASE internal auditors.  It is a requirement for eligibility for the WorkSafeBC Certificate of Recognition (COR) program and must be taken within 3 years of the last successful audit.

Small Employer OHS training is the prerequisite for this course.  This course is available in English only.  Participants will receive a certificate of completion for finishing the course.

Contact SAFE Companies if you would like to discuss if refresher training is right for you.

Learning Outcomes 

Upon completing this course, participants should be able to:

Duration & Delivery: 7 hours.

There are four options to complete your refresher training: 

Option 1 - Attend Day 1 of Small Employer OHS classroom. Topics covered:

  • Why be SAFE Certified?
  • Legal requirements for safety
  • Evaluating your current safety program
  • Corrective Action Logs
  • Risk assessments
  • Emergency Response Plans

Option 2 - Attend Day 2 of Small Employer OHS classroom. Topics covered:

  • Case study of workplace safety plan
  • Worker orientation, monitoring, inspection
  • Incident reporting, injury management
  • Sample safety programs
  • Audit tool
  • Build your safety program and audit

Option 3 - Attend both days of Small Employer OHS classroom

Option 4 - Complete the Small Employer OHS training Online - Online learning is self-paced, flexible 24/7 access with the expectation of participants completing the course within 6 months of enrollment.  Basic computer skills are required - click here for more information.


Session Dates & Locations*

Nov. 22 and/or 23, 2018 - Langley
Nov. 29 and/or 30, 2018 - Vernon
Nov. 29 and/or 30, 2018 - Prince George
Dec. 6 and/or 7, 2018 - Nanaimo
Dec. 13 and/or 14, 2018 - Kamloops

Cost

Enrollment
Submit a completed enrollment form and course fee (if applicable).  If you have difficulty viewing the enrollment form, please try a different browser like Google Chrome or Firefox.

Additional Information about in-person sessions:
Participants will take part in various group activities. For the benefit of classroom activities, it is recommended that you bring your current Safety Program Manual or a laptop if your Safety Program Manual is in an electronic format.

Questions?
Email us at training@bcforestsafe.org or call us toll free 1-877-741-1060, Monday to Friday, 8 am – 5 pm PT. 

Careers | Contact Us | Top | Privacy Statement | Terms and Conditions |
Copyright © 2006-2018 BC Forest Safety Council. All rights reserved.
|