The goal of this training course is to reduce injuries and improve worker safety in the industry. There are a variety of methods used to protect workers from workplace hazards, but all workplace injury prevention methods require an understanding and awareness of the workplace hazards to which workers may be exposed.

The company and the worker must be aware of a workplace hazard before that workplace hazard can be controlled. This course discusses the important roles played by both management and employees in recognizing and controlling workplace hazards and how this shared duty of hazard recognition and safety awareness aids in workplace injury prevention.

Course elements include:
  • Hazard Identification and techniques to help decide if something poses a hazard
  • Definition of Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and how to identify when a JSA should be performed
  • What information a completed JSA should contain
  • How the process of developing a JSA works
  • Definition of safety awareness and why safety awareness is important
  • How hazard recognition will help employees avoid injuries
  • Define situational awareness and why it is important
  • What the causes as well as signs and symptoms of loss of awareness are
  • Discuss what corrective actions can be taken if loss of awareness occurs


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​Language instructed:

  • English

  • It is recommended that participants registering have an English Level greater than or equivalent to Grade 10 English (British Columbia School System)