Introduction

Canada Labour Code

Canada Labour Code

Many Canadian workers are killed or injured on the job each year. The Canada Labour Code Part II charges employers with identifying and correcting health and safety problems. When employers identify and correct problems employees are less likely to get injured or become ill because of their work.

COURSE DURATION: 45 mins
CERTIFICATE VALIDITY: 3 years
DEVICE COMPATIBILITY: Desktop, Laptop, Tablet/iPad, Phone

PRICE: $99.00

Buy Now

 

Our Health and Safety Management System can save your organization up to 40% on training costs. Request a free trial today.

Overview

Canada Labour Code (CLC) Part 2 outlines the Health and Safety duties and responsibilities of you and your employees. This course will give you and your employees the understanding of the requirements of the CLC. Managers, supervisors and employees will be able to identify and correct, reduce the injuries and occupational diseases in your work environment.

Who Needs Canada Labour Code Learning?

Canada Labour Code is intended for Employees of federally regulated businesses and organizations. Human resource and health and safety professionals who work in federally regulated businesses. Health and safety committee members and representatives in federally regulated businesses.

Course Outline

Rights and Duties of Employees

  • Three Basic Rights of Employee
  • Responsibilities
  • Making complaints
  • Penalties

Rights and Duties of Employers

  • General Duty/due diligence
  • Inspections
  • Investigations
  • Posting and record keeping
  • Resolving penalties and work refusals
  • Penalties

Committees and Representatives

  • Committees
  • Representatives

Hazard Prevention Program

  • Implementation plan
  • Hazard identification and assessment methodology
  • Hazard identification and assessment
  • Preventive measures
  • Employee education
  • Program evaluation

Job Hazard Analysis

  • Identifying hazards
  • Types of hazards
  • Ranking hazards
  • Control methods
  • Hazard control plan

Due Diligence

  • Written policy
  • Training
  • Hiring practices
  • Establishing due diligence
Buy Course