NORTHERN TRAINING
June 2019

Your Construction Safety Association of Manitoba will be in The Pas at the Kikiwak Hotel on June 10, 2019 and Thompson at the Best Western Thompson Hotel and Suites on June 12 & 13, 2019 and have scheduled a full slate of safety training.

To register online click here.

The following courses will be offered while in The Pas:

Safety Skills for Supervisors – June 10, 2019 8:30AM to 4PM
Price: $60.00 

Do yourself a favour…be informed! As a Worksite Supervisor or member of a Management Team, you have a great deal of responsibility and accountability for those under your direct supervision. Attend this workshop and receive the “tools” and information you need to demonstrate “Due Diligence”. Relevant Workplace Safety Legislation will be provided and reviewed.

Hazard Recognition & Control – June 10, 2019 8:30AM to 12PM
Price: $30.00

The identification of hazards is a vital component of an organization’s overall safety & health management system and a legal requirement under the WSH Act & Regulation. This workshop will provide Supervisors and Safety Representatives with information on various types of inspections, hazard assessment, required documentation, and communication and control techniques

Safety Representative & Committee Training – June 10, 2019 12:30PM to 4PM                                      
Price: $30.00

Legally, every employer on every jobsite must have at minimum a designated safety representative and/or a safety committee familiar with their legal duties and responsibilities. What’s happening on your work sites? What should you be doing? This workshop is specifically tailored to the roles of the site worker safety representatives and committee members. Learn the guidelines and practical solutions to dealing with your legislated responsibilities for safety and health concerns on the jobsite and within your company.

The following courses will be offered while in Thompson:

Ergonomics & MSI – Preventing Injuries by Design – June 12, 2019 8:30AM to 12PM
Price: $30.00

In this half-day workshop, participants will learn to identify the risk of an MSI, how to prevent MSIs from occurring, the basic theory and components of office ergonomics, how to improve the set-up of work stations and promote neutral postures. The goal of this workshop is for participants to return to their work environment and be able to assist their co-workers with creating safety and health policies to prevent MSIs, organizing their office workstations to improve comfort and reduce the risk of MSI’s. This workshop will be particularly useful to supervisors, safety and health committee members, managers and employers, but will benefit workers as well. This workshop is especially recommended for individuals with an interest in ergonomics.

Safety Representative & Committee Training – June 12, 2019 12:30PM to 4PM
Price: $30.00

Legally, every employer on every jobsite must have at minimum a designated safety representative and/or a safety committee familiar with their legal duties and responsibilities. What’s happening on your work sites? What should you be doing? This workshop is specifically tailored to the roles of the site worker safety representatives and committee members. Learn the guidelines and practical solutions to dealing with your legislated responsibilities for safety and health concerns on the jobsite and within your company.

Hazard Recognition & Control – June 13, 2019 8:30AM to 12PM
Price: $30.00

The identification of hazards is a vital component of an organization’s overall safety & health management system and a legal requirement under the WSH Act & Regulation. This workshop will provide Supervisors and Safety Representatives with information on various types of inspections, hazard assessment, required documentation, and communication and control techniques

Incident Investigation – June 13, 2019 12:30PM to 4PM
Price: $30.00

Investigations are a required element of an effective workplace safety and health program. Participants will learn the seven steps involved in conducting effective investigations: visiting the scene, gathering physical evidence, conducting interviews, evaluating evidence, recommending corrective actions, writing the report and follow-up. Legal requirements for incident reporting and investigation will also be discussed. The information presented can be applied to all types of investigations, including: right to refuse, harassment, violence, worker concerns, near misses and serious incidents. Supervisors, safety and health committee members, managers, employers and workers will leave this workshop with clarity of their roles and responsibilities and the tools and resources required for application.