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NEW for COR™ 2020, 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: For more information about COR™ 2020 click here.  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

On a construction project, workers may find themselves exposed to hazards that have the potential to cause immediate and/or long term health effects. This eLearning module will help learners identify activities that could lead to exposures to chemical and biological hazards on a construction project, and the steps that can be taken to avoid exposure. 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. Read More

A person’s job and workplace should not harm their mental health. Maintaining a psychologically healthy and safe workplace is a joint responsibility. Many employers recognize this and strive to create psychologically safe and healthy workplaces but some things are outside of an employer’s control. This eLearning module will help you identify the components of a psychologically healthy and safe workplace, how you can contribute and when to seek support for mental health. 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. Read More

When workers hear “falls,” they often think about falling from a ladder, a roof, or high place. However, injuries can also happen when workers fall to the same level they’re standing or walking on. This eLearning module will help learners identify the hazards that can lead to slips, trips and falls from the same level and the controls that can reduce the risk. 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. Read More

Scaffold Users’ Hazard Awareness eLearning program is designed to assist those who work on or near scaffolds to understand the relevant legislation, learn the risks associated with their work, and find out how to manage those risks. Participants will develop a better understanding of their roles and responsibilities as scaffold users and learn a variety of ways to recognize and control hazards in their work. Who should attend? Persons who work on scaffolds, those who supervise work on and near scaffolds, and those who supervise the erecting, altering, and dismantling of scaffolds should attend. A record of training is provided to participants who successfully complete this program. Course Content This course will teach you:  Clarification on roles and responsibilities Types of scaffolds and their main components Three-to-one calculations for tie-ins and outriggers Related provincial legislation and review of best practices Related hazard recognition methods Prevention and control methods  NOTE: This course is awareness only. Learners will have 2 attempts to complete the final test and must achieve a score of at least 80%. 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%. 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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