REA 1-Day Course
Canada Labour Code, Part II - OHS for Managers and Supervisors
Important Buyer Beware Note
In many ways, the CLC-II framework is more complex, subtle, and ambiguity-laden than the provincial OHS regulatory frameworks. To understand and effectively teach CLC-II requirements, it helps to have significant experience providing program consulting services to federally-regulated employers. As such, when shopping for CLC-II training, ask the training provider to outline the extent of their experience consulting for federally-regulated employers. REA has two decades of experience consulting for Canada’s largest federally-regulated employers.
The Canada Labour Code Part II requires federally-regulated employers to “ensure that employees who have supervisory or managerial responsibilities are adequately trained in health and safety and are informed of the responsibilities they have” (Clause 125(1)(z)).
How can I benefit from this course?
You will gain knowledge of:
Federal versus provincial regulatory jurisdiction for workplace health and safety in Canada
The classes and types of employers and employees who are subject to the Canada Labour Code, Part II
The system of roles and responsibilities under the Canada Labour Code, Part II
The duties of the work place parties under the Canada Labour Code, Part II
Scope and application of the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, and other regulations under the Canada Labour Code, Part II
The enforcement, prosecution and penalty framework under the Canada Labour Code, Part II
OHS management system elements to maintain compliance and protection
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View Course Curriculum
Module 2 - Duties of the "Employer", "Employee" and "Committee" Under CLC-II
Module 3 - Directions, Prosecutions, Appeals and the Concept of Due Diligence
Module 4 - OHS Management System Elements to Maintain Compliance and Protection
Is this course for me?
If you have supervisory or managerial responsibilities in federally regulated work places, this course is for you. If you are a provincially-regulated employer that works with federally-regulated organizations, and need an understanding of the basics of the Canada Labour Code Part II and the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, then this course is for you too.
|American Board of Industrial Hygiene||6.5 hours of technical contact time|
|Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists||1.0 points|
|Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals||0.5 CM points|