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Training Tuesday – Hazard Recognition and Control

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ICBA’s Hazard Recognition and Control session is designed to provide participants the required knowledge to understand the principle of hazard recognition and control as well as the methods used to ensure hazards are identified and adequately addressed in the workplace.

At the end of the sessions participants will have an understanding of the requirements for identifying hazards, the tools required to assess the identified hazards and score them by priority, and methods to take the information gathered and develop Safe Work Procedures to mitigate the hazards.

Participants will take part in reviewing a number of hazard scenarios as well as developing procedures to mitigate the identified hazards.

Topics covered include:

  • The regulatory requirements to identify and assess hazards.
  • Who may do a hazard assessment?
  • How to gather information regarding the hazards of a process?
  • How to conduct interviews with persons familiar with the process being assessed?
  • Developing appropriate conclusions and mitigating factors.
  • Completing the Hazard Assessment Form and develop Safe Work Procedures.

Where and When
Friday, May 24
Burnaby, BC
Course Information and Registration

 

Other courses coming up soon:

The Winner’s Curse – A systems approach to winning more work and increasing profits: a June 24 course in Burnaby that looks at the goal of trying to minimize costs when tendering contracts. And too often, contractors focus solely on price, adopting strategies and pricing that can kill the rewards of winning the contract. These tactics can go so far as to threaten the company’s financial health. This breakfast presentation will focus first on how to be a smarter competitor in bidding situations and then on alternative strategies that will shelter you and your company from the price game, if not remove you from it all together.

How to be a better Foreman: This June 6 course in Victoria looks at how many great trades people take a foreman position and fail. Not for lack of skills or drive but simply for lack of guidance on how to be a great foreman. This 1-day course gives participants the fundamentals of field leadership, organization, crew morale, efficiency, and productivity.

ICBA offers a wide range of courses. You can check out the complete course offerings here.

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