A “competent” supervisor is key to a successful health and safety program. Our interactive
workshop breaks down the responsibilities outlined in the Occupational Health and Safety Act and
explains how those responsibilities directly relate to the health and safety of the workers you
Identify the importance of the supervisor’s role
Discuss the duties and responsibilities of the employer, worker, and supervisor
Discuss the role of the health and safety rep and the JHSC member
Recognize the importance of working as a team
Identify how the supervisor fits in the Internal Responsibility System
Explain the role of the WSIB and Ministry of Labour
Support the rights of workers
Explain how to recognize, assess, control, and evaluate hazards
Handle health and safety concerns
Recognize how to obtain health and safety assistance
Identify health and safety resources
Motivate employees to work safely
How can I benefit from this course?
Better understand my legal requirements as a supervisor in the workplace.
Our content aligns with the requirements outlined in the Ministry of Labour supervisor
Is this course for me?
This course is for all workers who has charge in the workplace or authority over a worker.
Occupational Health and Safety Act, Section 25 (2) (c)