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Occupational Health & Safety
for Supervisors

The Occupational Health and Safety Act in Ontario defines a supervisor as a person who has control over the workplace or authority over an employee. Therefore, in a university setting there are a wide range of positions, such as director, department head, departmental managers, departmental technicians, principal investigators, and in some cases post doctorate fellows and graduate students, that could be considered supervisors.

Building on the concepts and information provided in the mandatory on-line Health & Safety Awareness Session, the Health and Safety for Supervisors session will assist individuals in understand their role as a supervisor, as well as their legal duties and responsibilities under the Occupational Health & Safety Act and within the University’s Health and Safety Management System.

These sessions are open to all faculty, staff and graduate students that have supervisory responsibilities at the university and have completed the mandatory on-line Health & Safety Awareness session.

The courses will be held in the Faculty and Staff Learning Facility located in Mac-Corry Hall, Complex B176, in the Lecture Theatre.

Course Dates

-2018 dates will be announced soon.


Registration

First Name Surname

Designation Staff/Student Number

Department

Phone

Email

Please select date of the course that you wish to attend from the drop down menu.

Course Date

The personal information on this form is collected under the authority of the Royal Charter of 1841, as amended. Upon successful completion of the course, personal information collected on this form will be used to generate training records and could be shared with the Departmental Safety Officer. If you have any questions or concerns about the information collected or how it will be used please contact the Environmental Health & Safety Department, Rideau Building, Room 326 by telephone at 613-533-2999.

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