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This eLearning program is designed to help an organization’s COR™ Internal Auditor successfully plan, perform, summarize, and submit the COR™ Audit. This course is also available in an in-class format. Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Program Content Overview of the COR™ Audit Tool Pre- and post-audit meetings COR™ Audit practice Summarizing findings Writing an audit report Completing an action plan Requirements for submitting the COR™ Audit Participants must have taken Basic Auditing Principles before taking COR™ Internal Auditor. Since the program content is connected, this will provide the best opportunity to understand the COR™ requirements. Did You Know? This is a mandatory training program for individuals acting as an organization’s COR™ Internal Auditor and for those pursuing the National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) certification. Read More

This eLearning course provides learners with the knowledge to become safer drivers on the road. Topics such as road safety, safe following distance, driving hazards, distracted driving, and vehicle inspection will be explored in detail. Participants will learn to identify the driving hazards that they are faced with daily and identify defensive driving techniques to avoid these hazards.  Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Read More

This eLearning program examines the hazards associated with electricity and the safety measures that can be taken to reduce the risk of injury. Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Program Content The goal of this course is to allow participants to better understand electricity and to make them aware of the hazards that electricity can pose in order to reduce the possibility of incidents in the workplace. The course is presented in six modules: Theory Electrical Flow and Barriers Induction Electricity and the Body Step and Touch Potentials Safe Limits of Approach Read More

This eLearning course will help Health and Safety Representatives (HSR) fulfill their responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and to be an effective workplace role model through the promotion of health and safety. This is a starting point for HSRs to begin their training in health and safety. Contact IHSA for more information about additional training and resources to help you in your role as Health and Safety Representative. Program Content Health and safety law Duties of HSR and other workplace parties Recognize, assess and control hazards Workplace inspections and incident investigation Where to get more information. Did you know? Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Navigating the eLearning course: Read More

This eLearning program provides information and tools needed to assist those who are involved in developing or enhancing their organization’s hazard and risk management system. Through structured exercises and case studies, participants will be introduced to concepts, methods, and tools used to create, implement, evaluate, communicate, and maintain a successful hazard and risk management system. Put your hazard assessment process to the test and see how it measures up against the COR™ standard. NOTE: This course is also available in an in-class format. Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Program Content Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OHSMS) Hazard and risk management models Hazard identification and risk management Controlling hazards Communicating and monitoring Did You Know? This is a mandatory training program for individuals acting as an organization’s COR™ Internal Auditor and for those pursuing the National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) certification. Read More

This eLearning program is designed to help those who work as signallers or traffic control persons understand the relevant legislation, learn the risks associated with their work, and find out how to manage those risks. The content of this course is enhanced through case studies, worksheets, and an evaluation plan. Participants will develop a better understanding of their roles and responsibilities as signallers and traffic control persons. More specifically, they will learn a variety of ways to recognize and control hazards in their work. Learners will have two attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. Navigating the course: Program Content Clarifying the roles of signaller and traffic control person Related provincial and federal legislation and guideline review Hazard recognition methods Vehicle/equipment blind spots Prevention and control methods Interpreting typical layout (TL) diagrams Read More

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