Safety inspections aren’t just a good idea, they’re the law! Occupational Health and Safety Practitioners use inspections to create safer workplaces as well as to keep compliant with OH&S laws and regulations.

In this course, you will learn why safety inspections are conducted, who is responsible for conducting them, and what needs to be inspected. You will also learn inspection procedures, documentation, and program development. In this way, you’ll discover how to take that first step in managing risk and costs by identifying potential workplace hazards.

You Will Learn How To

  • Summarize what an inspection is, why inspections are conducted, and what the OH&S Regulation has to say about them
  • Identify who should conduct inspections and when they should be conducted
  • Recognize common workplace hazards and how to discover them through inspections
  • Explain the process of planning, conducting, and monitoring inspections

You Will Learn By

  • Completing the online lessons, which include text, images, interactive activities, and instructional videos
  • Reading textbook chapters and other materials
  • Taking Lesson Quizzes
  • Submitting the Lesson Assignment
  • Taking the Final Quiz

To learn more, take a look at the syllabus for this course.

UNBC course instructors bring expertise from sectors such as mining, forestry and facilities.  They are keen teachers who are passionate about sharing their knowledge with employees and employers alike.

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