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Safety Health & the Law for Greenhouses

Duration: 1 Day

This training focuses on how the Internal Responsibility System (IRS) works; how all members of the workplace have a legal role and responsibility in ensuring the health and safety of an organization and its workers; how policies and procedures can reinforce the implementation of a health and safety program; and how to implement a hazard management system to ensure all hazards are managed and addressed, including high priority industry specific hazards and near misses.

Classroom Safety Health & the Law for Greenhouses
Registration fee per person: $249.00
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  • In-person training sessions at a place near you

This training can also be delivered exclusively for your team online or in-person at your premises at a convenient date & time.

Talk to us for availability and pricing at 1 877 494 WSPS (9777)

Overview

The intent of this training program is for greenhouse organizations to adopt controls to address identified root causes noted in the IRARCA report, such as - reporting near misses, fit for duty policies, preventative maintenance programs, the internal responsivity system and change management.

WSPS virtual courses are delivered via Adobe Connect or Microsoft Teams Webinar. Platform specifics will be communicated at time of registration.

What topics will be covered?
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This training program will:

  • Actively engage the Ontario Greenhouse organizations and key workplace parties to recognize and understand the legal health and safety requirements of the OHSA and its regulations
  • Help workplace parties in the Greenhouse industry understand their specific roles, responsibilities and obligations and how they can actively support the internal responsibility system of their organization.
  • Increase the industry's awareness of the hazard risks and necessary controls required to ensure a healthy workplace while working in a greenhouse.
Who is this recommended for?
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This solution is suitable for those who regulated under the OHSA but may not be familiar with or experienced in its application or power.

How can training be delivered?
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This course is delivered in a public classroom, either in-person and/or virtually.

Participant requirements for virtual include a webcam, capable hardware, software & internet. Our virtual courses are delivered via Adobe Connect or Microsoft Teams Webinar. Specific platform details for this course will be shared upon registration.

Private delivery is available for employees in your workplace, either in-person or virtually. Please contact Customer Care at 905 614 1400 or 1 877 494 WSPS (9777) for more information about private training options.

Please view the Virtual Training Frequently Asked Questions for more details on virtual delivery.