Have you completed your CSO training but are still asking yourself:
What are my roles and responsibilities?
Where do I start with developing the HSE Program?
How do I improve my Incident Investigating skills?
How do I improve with developing Project Safety Plans?
How do I efficiently track and monitor all the KPI's?
This course will immerse you into the real-life operations of an HSE professional.
OOSHEW has consulted on over 100 large-scale construction projects in Metro-Vancouver for Safety Planning, Safety Training and regular worksite inspections. This course starts off where the CSO course finished. Students will visit current construction worksites in Metro-Vancouver to further develop their skills and expertise.
- Understanding the Risk Analysis Process
- Developing a Risk Matrix
- Conducting an Incident Investigation
- Conducting Workplace Inspections
- Confined Space Entry Assessment and Planning
- Fall Protection Assessment and Planning
- Lockout Tagout Assessment and Planning
- Developing a Project Safety Plan
- Developing a System to Track Key Performance Indicators
- Safety Administration
- Understanding the Objectives & Key Results System (as used by Google, Intel, Twitter, BMW, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and many other Fortune 500 companies).
Training Cost: $2,000.00/student
Delivery Method: In Person
Length: 5 Days (40 Hours)
Location: TBD (a Metro-Vancouver construction worksite)
Prerequisite: CSO Training is ideal but not mandatory
Extras: Mentorship plan
Supplies Provided by Student
- Laptop Computer (internet capable).
- Smartphone (i.e., Apple, Android).
- Safety Boots (CSA approved steel-toed with 6” high ankle).
Supplies Provided for Students
- PPE for the worksite will be provided for the student (hard hat, hearing protection, safety glasses, gloves, high-visibility vest).
Attendance & Registration:
Students must be pre-registered before the training date.
Students must arrive and register 15 minutes before the training course starts; late students will not be accepted to participate in the training course.
Students should dress comfortably for "hands-on" practical training.
Students must wear the site-specific PPE when the training course is being hosted at a worksite/jobsite/construction site.
The following are not appropriate for the training class: high-heel shoes, open toe shoes, sandals, dresses, skirts, muscle shirts.
Students must complete the entire training course and pass the written exam with at least 80% grade to receive a training certificate. Training certificates will be emailed to the student and the employer.