LS028: Supervisor Responsibilities & Due Diligence
Supervisors play a critical role in workplace health and safety. The seminar is designed to equip supervisors with the necessary knowledge to understand their legal duties, their role as a leader, and the key concept of due diligence.
Topics include:
* Supervisor duties as defined in the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), and how these duties link with the employer and worker duties.
* Summarize the duties and responsibilities of a supervisor in accordance with the OHSA and how to implement them in the workplace
* Give examples of how supervisors can exercise due diligence in the workplace.
* Create an action plan of steps that demonstrates due diligence in their workplace.
* Analyze case studies in the workplace to determine if due diligence was established.

This program is directed to new and experienced supervisors who want to develop and improve their understanding and leadership in workplace health and safety.

A resource guide will be provided

Consider continuing with seminar Landscape Ontario’s The Effective Supervisor Building Strategies for Success.

Note: ISA continuing education units (CEU's) available.

Lunch not included

LO member price: $169.00
Non-member price: $275.00
Maximum participants: 18
Location: Landscape Ontario, 7856 5th Line S., Milton
Instructor: Kristin Hoffman, Workplace Safety Prevention Services (WSPS)
Date: Wednesday March 20, 2024 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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