On-Demand Webinar: 5 Steps to OHS Program Development: Roles & Responsibilities

Date and Time

Starts:03/12/2015 12:00 AM

Ends:03/12/2056 11:30 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1 Hour Hour(s)


HRPA Members:
$50 + Taxes
$65 + Taxes
Join HRPA Now


Additional Information

To determine if your company qualifies to have the costs of this program covered through a grant, click here.

Event Sponsor

It is critical for an organization to the various organizational roles and responsibilities under the Occupational Health & Safety Act (OHSA).

This webinar provides a template for organizations to apply in developing a sustainable Roles & Responsibility’s program. Using a 5-step approach, learn how to build and develop the Roles and Responsibilities necessary for your organization’s Internal Responsibility System (IRS) and drive a positive culture of health & safety accountability.

Learning objectives:

<  Learn the 5 steps to OHS program development and sustainability

<  Discover best practices to drive a positive culture of OHS accountability

<  Learn to use and apply a sample Roles & Responsibilities Standard

Who should attend:

This training is applicable to all Ontario workplaces and is specifically designed for HR Professionals, health & safety professionals and members of the Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC) in order to improve their health and safety knowledge.

Speaker bio(s)
Derek Morgan, Regional Consultant

Prior to the creation of PSHSA in 2010, Derek was a consultant with the former Ontario Safety Association for Community and Healthcare (OSACH) for three years in the regions of Halton and Peel. Derek has a background is Ergonomics and musculoskeletal injury prevention. He holds an undergraduate degree fromWilfrid Laurier University in Kinesiology & Physical Education and a Masters Degree in Human Kinetics, with a specialization in Ergonomics, from the University of Windsor. Derek has been providing general consulting services in the area of health and safety since 2009. Derek provides services in the Region of Waterloo as well as the communities of Brantford-Brant and Haldimand-Norfolk. Outside of PSHSA, Derek is a part-time lecturer at the University of Waterloo in the Human Resources Management Program where he teaches Occupational Health & Safety.