Standardized Safety Orientation
The goal of the Standardized Safety Orientation is to introduce safety concepts and deliver programs designed to reduce the frequency of worker-related injuries, particularly among contractors and new workers by improving their awareness of safety and injury prevention in the workplace. Trained, experienced instructors with acceptable safety qualifications, deliver the Standardized Safety Orientation ensuring that the information is presented effectively. The orientation program focuses on legislation, risk management/hazard control, regulations, safety procedures, electrical awareness and personal protective equipment.
The Standardized Safety Orientation is a cost effective training tool for your organization that can effectively replace in-house safety awareness training offered to contractors.
Course topics include: Legislation, Risk Management Hazard Control, Regulations, Safety Procedures, Elelctrical Awareness, Personal Protective Equipment and more.
The Standardized Safety Orientation program is delivered through two different sessions. The "Orientation" course is 4 hours in length and provides all of the content available in the program. The "Orientation" course is taken by all first-time program participants. The "Refresher" course is 2 hours in length and is designed to provide essential information to individuals who have experienced the program before. These two separate sessions ensure that maximum benefit is provided to businesses that act as our customers in terms of both content and cost.
Next Standardized Safety Training Orientation Course will take place:
Tuessday, November 28, 2017
9:00am to 12:00pm
Great Lakes Honda (Upstairs Meeting Room)
Contact: Deanna Rector at 705-542-3862
Please print the registration form (linked below), complete one per employee or complete a group form and return to the Deanna Rector at the Safe Communities Partnership office by email email@example.com by noon on Friday before the desired date of course completion.
If you require further information or have any inquiries, please call Deanna at (705) 542-3862.
Please note that all scheduled courses are subject to cancellation by the administrators if minimum registration numbers are not met. If the course is cancelled you will be notified within 1 business day.
Safe Communities Partnership values its clients' feedback and looks to continuously improve the services and programs it offers, including the Standardized Safety Orientation. As such, we have developed a survey designed to allow customers to provide feedback and input into the design and structure of the program. If you or your employees have been trained with the Standardized Safety Orientation program and desire to provide feedback on the course, please fill out one of the surveys below.
Your feedback and input is greatly appreciated!
There are many health and safety resources, including:
Ministry of Labour – www.labour.gov.on.ca
Electrical Safety Authority – www.esasafe.com
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board – www.wsib.ca
Workers Health and Safety Center – www.whsc.on.ca
Health and Safety Ontario – www.healthandsafetyontario.ca
Canadian Centre for Occupational health and safety (CCOHS) http://www.ccohs.ca
Updated November 17, 2017