MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 13.5 GB | Duration: 16h 14m
Practical knowledge and strategies for addressing health and safety challenges in industry
What you’ll learn
Detailed information on the occupational health and safety hazards relating to a wide industrial operations.
Recommended controls and suggested best practices to address hazards in a wide range of industrial operations
Industrial Safety Processes covers 21 topics relevant to occupational health and safety practice in industrial environments. Topics include safety by design, woodworking, welding, heavy vehicles, confined spaces, working at heights and other key activities. Industrial Safety Processes is designed to provide solid background information for both new and experienced OHS professionals. It is modeled after reference material required for various North American OHS certifications: CRSP, CRST, and CST. While is it is not an exam prep course, Industrial Safety Processes is usually taken by students to increase their chance of being successful in those examinations. It is also commonly taken by new OHS professionals or non-OHS personnel to become rapidly familiar with best practices in managing health and safety issues relating to industrial and construction activities.
The course Industrial Safety Processes has been consistently rated as among the best course they have ever taken in the field of occupational health and safety, often commenting that the course “puts it all together” for them. We hope that you will find this course both a rewarding experience and something truly valuable in your professional development toolbox. If so, please let others know.
This course is eligible for CRST / CRSP CPD maintenance points (1.6 CEUs).
Who this course is for
Safety Advisors in field or studying to become CRSPs (Canadian Registered Safety Professionals)
Safety Advisors in field or studying to become CRSTs (Canadian Registered Safety Technicians)
Supervisors / Mangers responsible for safety in a variety of industrial settings
Health and Safety Committee Members requiring additional training in industrial safety issues
Contract safety administrators seeking to understand contractor activities in industrial operations