Construction projects become even more dangerous if workplace parties do not fulfill their duties for occupational health and safety. The Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Ontario Regulation 213/91: Construction Projects are in place to define duties and responsibilities, and protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job.
This eLearning module will help learners recognize the relevant legislation and regulations, identify basic worker rights and the key duties and responsibilities of the worker, supervisor, employer and constructor.
A minimum of 80% on the module questions must be achieved to achieve a certificate of completion. Learners will have the opportunity to receive feedback on their results and retry any questions. Learners must get to the last slide of the module and Click Exit module for completion to be recorded.
By the end of this program, learners will be able to:
- Recognize the purpose of the two key pieces of legislation which govern the health and safety and insurance system in Ontario.
- Recognize the purpose of Ontario Regulation 213/91: Construction Projects.
- Differentiate the key duties and responsibilities of the worker, supervisor, employer and constructor in Ontario construction workplaces.
- Identify the three basic worker rights.
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate IHSA Record of Training.
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