Supervisor Awareness Training
Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) defines a supervisor as “a person who has charge of a workplace or authority over a worker”. The duties of a supervisor can include, but are not limited to planning, assigning, and overseeing work, identifying hazards, and addressing health and safety concerns. Employers are responsible for ensuring that when appointing an employee to a supervisory role, that individual has had or will receive appropriate training.
Supervisor Awareness provides participants with basic training in the roles and responsibilities of a supervisor. For more in-depth training, a full day Supervisor Training Level 2 course is available.
● Written quiz
- ● Laminated wallet card
● Record of training
This course includes a classroom component. Participants will receive training and be evaluated on the following topics:
● Duties and rights of workers, supervisors, and employers
● Benefits of a safety program
● Accident investigation
● Due diligence
● Workplace inspections
● Role of the Ministry of Labour
● Risk assessments
*Travel fees may apply.