Certificate of Recognition




Thank You to Construction Safety Nova Scotia and it's administration and staff for your support offering these courses to the Charles P Allen O2 Program.

Through you, we are assured that "Safety is everyones Responsibility"

The CD11 / Workplace Health and Safety Course will consist of the following: NSCSA Course as outlined below, Respectful Workplace Practices and other related safety practices and materials

Certificate of Recognition (COR) is a health & safety certification program for organizations in construction and related industries.
COR is proof a company’s safety program meets nationally established standards outlined by the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations.
It also meets the Workers Compensation Board (WCB) safety certified criteria.

Courses For COR

Principals of Loss Control :
This course is for supervisors, managers, and leaders who are responsible for building and developing effective loss control/safety programs
and covers and the tools and resources necessary for safeguarding their workplace.  When participants have completed the course,
they will have the knowledge and resources to build and implement a safety program including policies, safe work practices & procedures,
and other commonly used tools.


Hazard Identification & Control:

This course is for any participant who may be required to identify and control hazards in a work environment.

Participants will learn how to identify critical tasks, control for hazards, interpret regulations and legislation, incorporate due diligence,
and ensure employee’s rights and responsibilities are being addressed. Participants will receive instruction on comprehensive and
job site hazard assessments.
This course helps participants meet their regulatory requirements.



COR Evaluation:

This course provides Certificate of Recognition (COR) Program participants with an overview of the COR Evaluation Instrument.
Participants will develop knowledge and practical skills allowing them to conduct a successful COR evaluation of their
safety program and submit their company evaluation.

 


Leadership For Safety Excellence ( 2 day)
This course is for supervisors, managers, and leaders. Participants increase their overall safety leadership knowledge with
respect to the OH&S Act.Participants will learn about tools, resources, and ideas for effective leadership in safety.
The importance of communication, rights & responsibilities of employees, workplace inspections, accident investigations, and organizational culture will be discussed.


WHMIS Supervisor :This course is for individuals who are looking to deliver in-house WHMIS 2015 training for their employer.
The course focuses on identifying hazardous products, managing safety data sheets (SDS) & labelling, and employee training.
Participants are provided with the information, resource materials, and coaching necessary to deliver an effective WHMIS 2015 course.


Accident Incident Investigation :
This course is designed for individuals conducting accident and incident investigations in the workplace. Supervisors, managers,
foremen, employees, Joint Occupational Health & Safety Committee members, safety representatives, and safety practitioners
would benefit from this course.
The course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to conduct a thorough investigation and post investigation
follow-up, including identification of root and underlying causes. Instruction also covers the development and implementation
of corrective measures.
Participants develop practical experience by reviewing and conducting accident investigations on case studies.



OH&S Committee Member Rep (2 days) :
This course is designed to help members of a Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee & Safety Representatives understand
their roles and responsibilities in the workplace as outlined by the OH&S Act.
Participants will develop the knowledge and skills necessary for meaningful contribution as a JOHS Committee Member. Legislative
duties and requirements for single employer and larger organizations are covered. Participants will learn about the requirements for communication,
confidentiality, enforcement of standards, and worksite incidents and investigations by JOHS committees.