Pre-Start Health and Safety Review for Workplace Evaluators
After Participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Know where in the workplace Pre-Start Health and Safety Reviews [PSRs] might apply and what to do if you are not certain
- Create a documented process for the evaluation of whether a Pre-Start Health and Safety Review is [PSR] is required
- Document an exemption to a PSR
- Be able to determine the requirements of a competent evaluator
This course is designed for the person(s) assigned by the employer to evaluate whether a PSR is required in their workplace [the Evaluator].
The Industrial Establishments Regulation of Ontario requires that a Professional Engineer’s Review [the PSR] be prepared whenever a new or modified “apparatus, structure or protective element or process” involves any of the following: flammable liquids, safeguarding devices, racks and stacking structures, risk of ignition/explosion, dust collectors, molten metals, lifting devices or designated substances. In these circumstances the employer is required to conduct a documented evaluation to determine whether a PSR is required.
The course will guide the evaluator through the legislated obligations and accountabilities of the workplace parties in evaluating whether a PSR is required and assist them in developing a documented process for that evaluation.
- How it all starts and who the players are
- Discussion of the legal framework
- Identification of the obligated workplaces
- Qualifications of the Competent Evaluator
- Timing and “the Table”
- Outcomes of an Evaluation
- Outcomes of a Review
- Participation of the JHSC or the HSR
- Document retention requirements
Who Should Attend
Registered Safety Professionals • JHSC Members • Safety Management Personnel • Union Representatives • Maintenance Managers • Project Managers • Project Engineers • Procurement Managers • Plant Managers • Auditors • Owners
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Almost all of EPIC's courses offer :
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
These course credits will help attendees earn training requirements for their associations or provincial governing bodies.
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