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Safety Practices


Overview

Safety practices are the practices that an organization engages in to protect employee safety, including maintaining safe work environments and taking corrective and proactive actions to rectify unsafe conditions. This is a resource page to help you develop strategies to achieve and reinforce the workplace safety on your jobsite.

TRAINING

CLASSROOM:

Hazard Identification and Risk Control

(formerly known as Safe Job Procedures)

Course Length: One full day of training (8 hours) A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course. Formerly Inspections and Safe Work Procedures, this interactive workshop is divided into three sections: Spot the Hazard (Hazard Identification), Assess the Risk (Risk Assessment), and Find a Safer Way Every day (Risk Control). The course will emphasize different control measures such as elimination, substitution and engineering, and focus on developing SAFE Work Procedures.

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Start Date Course Name Location Seats Left
Dec 01, 2021 Hazard Identification and Risk Control
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Winnipeg 20 Register

Duration: 8.0 hours
Associate Member: $85.00
Member: $60.00
Non-Member: $160.00


Principles of Safety Management

Course Length: One day of training (8 hours) Prerequisites: None Cost: Members – $200, Associate Members – $300, Non-Industry – $525.00 The Principles of Safety Management training course teaches how to create a company safety manual and provide practical guidelines to keep your safety program running smooth and effective.

Further Information on Principles of Safety Management
Every company should have a safety program to meet legal requirements, satisfy moral obligations and earn financial benefits. In the Principles of Safety Management course, you’ll learn a systematic, organized approach to reducing the human and financial costs of job site incidents. Principles of Safety Management course content revolves around the actual integration of policies, practices and procedures you need to manage safety within your companies—consistent with the nationally recognized standards of COR™ Certification.

Course Content
  • Health and Safety Policy (and responsibilities)
  • Hazard Assessment
  • Safe Work Practices
  • Safe Job Procedures
  • Company Rules
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Preventative Maintenance Program
  • Training and Communication
  • Inspections
  • Investigations & Reporting
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Statistics and Records
  • Legislation

Along with these elements will be a “Manitoba Supplement” section that focuses on specific provincial regulatory compliance issues and provincial safety program directives.

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Start Date Course Name Location Seats Left
Sep 20, 2021 Principles of Safety Management
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Winnipeg 13 Register

Duration: 8.0 hours
Associate Member: $300.00
Member: $200.00
Non-Member: $525.00

Oct 18, 2021 Principles of Safety Management
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Brandon 8 Register

Duration: 8.0 hours

Oct 18, 2021 Principles of Safety Management
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Winnipeg 21 Register

Duration: 8.0 hours

Nov 15, 2021 Principles of Safety Management
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Winnipeg 23 Register

Duration: 8.0 hours

Dec 06, 2021 Principles of Safety Management
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Winnipeg 24 Register

Duration: 8.0 hours

Dec 06, 2021 Principles of Safety Management
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Brandon 8 Register

Duration: 8.0 hours


Leadership for Safety Excellence

Course Length: Two consecutive days of training (16 hours) Prerequisites: None Cost: Members – $120, Associate Members – $170, Non-Industry – $320 This program enables managers and supervisors to build health and safety into their everyday planning and make them a daily part of their supervisory function. Communication skills are emphasized and practiced in this course.

Further Information on Leadership for Safety Excellence

Course Content

The course is divided into four half-day modules supported by lectures, manuals, workshops and regulatory information. Supervisor’s Role

  • Understanding the importance of the supervisor’s role
  • Implementation and maintenance of the company safety program
  • Manager, supervisor and worker responsibilities
  • Corporate culture
  • Lead by example
  • Legal duties and responsibilities

Inspections

  • Purpose and types of inspections
  • How to conduct an inspection
  • Prioritization of hazards and concerns
  • How to interpret, document, and develop recommendations
  • Selling recommendations to workers and management

Investigations

  • Reasons for investigations
  • When to investigate
  • Effective guidelines to follow in preparation, conducting and reporting
  • Legislative requirements
  • Follow up
  • Selling recommendations to workers and management

Training

  • Reason for training
  • Planning and conducting training sessions
  • Orientations (three types)
  • On-the-job training
  • Getting the most out of all your training

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Legislation 101

Course Length: One half-day of training (4 hours) Attend this presentation for the practical interpretation of changes in the law and how they affect your workplace. Effective February 1st, 2007 the new ‘omnibus’ Regulation became effective and affects every person who works in Manitoba. If you are a worker, supervisor, contractor, employer, owner or supplier, you need to know the bottom line. With the current emphasis on the construction industry, now is the time to prepare yourself: ”In the eyes of the law, not knowing is not an excuse!” A current copy of the WSH Act and new Regulation will be detailed with practical solutions to implementation will be discussed. This is a must-attend session.

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Nov 29, 2021 Legislation 101
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Winnipeg 20 Register

Duration: 4.0 hours
Associate Member: $45.00
Member: $30.00
Non-Member: $80.00


Safety Administration

Course Length: Half day (4 hours) A certificate will be issued upon course completion. This half-day seminar is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage and monitor a health and safety management system. This workshop will focus on the organization and maintenance of safety program documentation and how to implement and maintain a continuous improvement cycle.

Further Information

Course Objective
  • Define roles and responsibilities of a Safety Professional
  • Analyze health and safety-related data to help identify trends
  • Provide knowledge and guidance to effectively manage and monitor a safety management system
Course Content
  • Organizing and maintaining safety program documentation
  • Analyzing safety data to help identify safety trends
  • Making justifiable recommendations to management regarding health and safety improvement
  • Distinguishing the roles and responsibilities of a Safety Professional and how they fit into the Internal Responsibility System of an organization

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Start Date Course Name Location Seats Left
Nov 30, 2021 Safety Administration
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Winnipeg 21 Register

Duration: 4.0 hours
Associate Member: $45.00
Member: $30.00
Non-Member: $80.00

 

TOOLBOX TALKS

Any Equipment Can Be Hazardous

JHA Can Avoid Costly Lessons

Messy Work Areas Are a Hazard

Poor Housekeeping Poses Risks

RESOURCE TOOLS

Hazard Assessment Checklist

Hazard Assessment Correction

Safety H.I.T. List Form

CSAM CONSULTING SERVICES

Check our consulting services for more details.