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Ontario's OH&S Act and Regulations Training Program 2016 - Reading, Referencing and Learning About OHS Legal Provisions - Participant's Workbook (Use with Pocket Ontario OH&S)
ISBN/ISSN/Product Number: 978-0-7798-7240-4
Product Type: Book
Number of Pages: Approximately 115 pages
Number of Volumes: 1 volume bound
Binding: Softcover Coil/Spiral
Publication Date: 2016-04-18
Publisher: Carswell
Availability: Coming Soon


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This training kit is designed to help workers, joint health and safety committee members, supervisors and managers learn:
  • how to read OHS legislation and find the legal requirements relevant to their work;
  • to use the tools provided to answer questions about the Ontario OHS Act and its regulations; and
  • about the OHS Act's provisions and the range and scope of regulations under it.
Scope of Program: The training program is divided into two main Parts as follows:Part A contains the information and practice your instructor will help you work through and tools that will assist you in answering the questions in part B. It also contains forms that the class and your instructor will complete to customize for your workplace. Part B contains three Sections of questions for completion by students, organized as follows:Section 1: Understanding and Referencing OHS LegislationSection 2: The OHS ActSection 3: Regulations under the OHS ActThe training workbook allows the workplace to customize the training according to applicable regulatory requirements and an answer key is included with each shipment.The Training Kit includes a lesson plan and a PowerPoint presentation for use in classroom training. (To be used with Pocket Ontario OH&S Act and Regulations 2016)
About the Author

Dilys Robertson is an Ontario-based occupational health and safety consultant and writer. She was the Principal Editor of Carswell's online safety information source - Safety Source® - from 2007 to 2012. She ran the Canadian National Work Injury Statistics Program for the AWCBC for ten years and was Editor of a newsletter for joint health and safety committees for almost 10 years. She has extensive experience in workplace health and safety legal compliance, safety training delivery and design (including computer-based training) and working with joint safety committees. She has developed computer-based training on accident investigation for the CSA and an electronic companion for the CSA standard on occupational health and safety management systems. Her work as an independent consultant in the field of workplace health and safety spans 25 years in both Manitoba and Ontario. Prior to that she worked in the United Kingdom where she was a member of the Industrial Tribunal Panel for England and Wales. She taught workplace health and safety programs at the University of Manitoba for 10 years and sits on several Canadian Standards Association Technical Committees. She is a prolific writer in the field of OH&S. Her publications include: ABCs of OH&S, Ontario (a Dictionary of Legal Compliance), JHS Committees: The Road to Excellence, Training Kit, OH&S Compliance Toolkit, the electronic Health & Safety Audit Toolkit and numerous articles, and she was a contributor to the most recent ILO Encyclopedia.