Roles, Responsibilities and Due Diligence (Federal) is designed to help managers and supervisors within federally-regulated establishments understand key health and safety responsibilities as outlined in the Canada Labour Code Part II (CLC Part II).
The CLC Part II defines work place parties and sets out the minimum duties and responsibilities. This course takes that one step further by getting the manager to think about, understand and then act on this knowledge while they are in the workplace. Content also covers the internal responsibility system, due diligence and health and safety leadership in the organization.
Case study and activities throughout the course stimulate engagement and reinforce learning. A "Back on the Job" plan and self-evaluation assists in stimulating knowledge transfer into the workplace. This solution is available in English and French.
This course is delivered in a public classroom and/or can also be delivered in an on-site location.
Please contact Customer Care at 905-614-1400 or 1-877-494-WSPS (9777) for more information about availability and on-site pricing.
Upon completion, you will be able to
- Understand their health and safety responsibilities and duties as part of the Internal Responsibility System and how this links with the CLC Part II.
- Learn about the rights of employees and be able to explain how to support these at work.
- Identify how they can contribute to making their workplace healthy and safe.
- Acquire knowledge on how to read the CLC Part II, learn about regulations, codes, standards and guidelines, and be able to tap into other sources of information on health and safety.
- Learn the importance of being a role model and health and safety leader in the workplace.
This training is designed for Canadian federally regulated businesses and industries, federal government departments, agencies and other workplaces regulated by the Canada Labour Code, Part II.*
Who should attend:
- Workplace parties with authority over other workers
* Includes employees within companies or sectors that operate across provincial or international borders such as airports, banks, railways, pipelines, radio and television broadcasting and cable systems, telephone and telegraph systems, highway transport, shipping services.