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CSSE courses are run on a regular basis across Canada. To register, simply navigate through the upcoming course listings below and then click the REGISTER button to begin the process for the selected course.  Courses require a minimum of 10 registrations to proceed.  If you do not see a course in your area and have at least 10 individuals interested in attending, please contact the CSSE office by phone at 416.646.1600 or by email at courses@csse.org.

Registrations must be in your own name.

Registrants are advised against making travel and accommodation arrangements until they have received an email confirmation stating that the course is proceeding. If you do not receive a confirmation at least 5 days in advance of the course, please contact CSSE.

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Saturday, May 06, 2017 at 08:00 AM through May 07, 2017
TBA in Calgary (Rocky View County), AB, Canada

4615*05Essential Value of OHS Management Systems (AB) P05

Individuals responsible for evaluation and on-going development of high-quality safety initiatives within organizations have become increasingly challenged with the increasing complexity of business and continual evolving demands for change. Management Systems offer the opportunity to develop a systematic approach to complex structures to greatly improve Organizations ability to identify and manage workplace risk.

Canadian and global management system standards provide benefits across a broad front and affect all stakeholders, business owners, and employees associated with the systematic identification and management of health and safety risks. Implementing a management system provides benefits and signals confidence and integrity to all parties.

However, there are a diverse variety of OHS management systems to draw upon including CSA Z1000, ILO-OSH 2001, OHSAS 18001, ANZI Z10. It's not just knowing individual management systems. Which one best fits a particular organization's needs?

The Essential Value of OHS Management Systems will provide the tools and strategies to enable the OHS leader to provide the best consultative advice to systematically evaluate the value of OHS Management Systems within a specific organizational context.

Course participants will be able to:

  1. identify the required elements of an effective OHS Managed System
  2. appraise the value of Canadian and Global standards in OHS Management Systems
  3. determine how additional OHS Management System elements support or hinder organizational success
  4. outline a systematic approach in evaluating OHS Management Systems in order to recommend a system to best fit an organization
Register

Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 08:00 AM through May 28, 2017
TBD in Ottawa, ON, Canada

4325*05Consulting Skills (ON) P13

This two-day course is highly recommended for both internal and external occupational health and safety consultants.It will provide an understanding of, and practice in, the application of professional consulting skills in the context of OH&S practice.

This course reviews the functions and roles of a consultant; describes the phases of the consulting process; examines the processes of engagement, contracting and needs assessment; provides a conceptual and practical examination of client-consultant interactions and dynamics; reviews client motives and purposes for retaining consultants; and provides instruction in aspects of project and practice management through a case study. The course has a strong practical component.

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Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 08:00 AM through May 28, 2017
TBA in Vancouver, BC, Canada

4455*05Essentials Risk Management (BC) P05

The purposes of this two-day course is to provide the OHSE practitioner with the knowledge, skills and tools to be able to provide effective OHSE-focused risk management advice to company management and to exercise leadership in bringing an understanding of the principles of OHSE risk management to the workplace. In this manner, the OHSE practitioner contributes to the building of a Safety Culture within or for his or her business or organization.

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Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 08:00 AM through June 11, 2017
TBD in Edmonton, AB, Canada

4316*06Obligations & Liabilities (AB) P05

This two-day course is designed to develop an awareness and understanding of the obligations and potential liabilities that may be encountered by the OH&S professional when providing advice in the area of occupational health and safety. The focus is upon defining the types of obligations and potential liabilities and illustrating ways and means of reducing these risks.

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Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 08:00 AM through June 22, 2017
TBD in Winnipeg, MB, Canada

4456*06Essentials Risk Management (MB) P05

The purposes of this two-day course is to provide the OHSE practitioner with the knowledge, skills and tools to be able to provide effective OHSE-focused risk management advice to company management and to exercise leadership in bringing an understanding of the principles of OHSE risk management to the workplace. In this manner, the OHSE practitioner contributes to the building of a Safety Culture within or for his or her business or organization.

Register

Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 08:00 AM through June 25, 2017
TBA in Regina, SK, Canada

4486*06Assessing OHSE Training Needs & Options (SK) P05

The purposes of this two-day course is to provide the OHSE practitioner, whether an internal or external consultant, with the introductory knowledge, skills and tools for identifying training needs and evaluating high quality health and safety programs available to meet those needs based on adult learning principles.  The course objectives apply to multi-industry training courses.

The emphasis of this course is to learn how to identify training needs through the use of needs assessments, how to identify training options (both in house and through outsourcing) and how to evaluate those options to make the best decision and recommendations to management.  

It should be noted that this course will not focus on the design or development of the training courses themselves; this will be offered in a second CSSE course.

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 08:00 AM through September 14, 2017
TBA in Halifax, NS, Canada

4459*09Essentials Risk Management (NS) P15

The purposes of this two-day course is to provide the OHSE practitioner with the knowledge, skills and tools to be able to provide effective OHSE-focused risk management advice to company management and to exercise leadership in bringing an understanding of the principles of OHSE risk management to the workplace. In this manner, the OHSE practitioner contributes to the building of a Safety Culture within or for his or her business or organization.

Register

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 08:00 AM through September 14, 2017
TBD in Halifax, NS, Canada

4329*09Consulting Skills (NS) P15

A two-day course that’s highly recommended for both internal and external occupational health and safety consultants. It will provide an understanding of, and practice in, the application of professional consulting skills in the context of OH&S practice.

This course reviews the functions and roles of a consultant; describes the phases of the consulting process; examines the processes of engagement, contracting and needs assessment; provides a conceptual and practical examination of client-consultant interactions and dynamics; reviews client motives and purposes for retaining consultants; and provides instruction in aspects of project and practice management through a case study approach. The course has a strong practical component.

Register

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 08:00 AM through September 14, 2017
TBA in Halifax, NS, Canada

4619*09Essential Value of OHS Management Systems (NS) P15

Individuals responsible for evaluation and on-going development of high-quality safety initiatives within organizations have become increasingly challenged with the increasing complexity of business and continual evolving demands for change. Management Systems offer the opportunity to develop a systematic approach to complex structures to greatly improve Organizations ability to identify and manage workplace risk.

Canadian and global management system standards provide benefits across a broad front and affect all stakeholders, business owners, and employees associated with the systematic identification and management of health and safety risks. Implementing a management system provides benefits and signals confidence and integrity to all parties.

However, there are a diverse variety of OHS management systems to draw upon including CSA Z1000, ILO-OSH 2001, OHSAS 18001, ANZI Z10. It's not just knowing individual management systems. Which one best fits a particular organization's needs?

The Essential Value of OHS Management Systems will provide the tools and strategies to enable the OHS leader to provide the best consultative advice to systematically evaluate the value of OHS Management Systems within a specific organizational context.

Course participants will be able to:

  1. identify the required elements of an effective OHS Managed System
  2. appraise the value of Canadian and Global standards in OHS Management Systems
  3. determine how additional OHS Management System elements support or hinder organizational success
  4. outline a systematic approach in evaluating OHS Management Systems in order to recommend a system to best fit an organization
Register

Friday, September 15, 2017 at 08:00 AM through September 16, 2017
TBD in Halifax, NS, Canada

4489*09Assessing OHSE Training Needs & Options (NS) P15

The purposes of this two-day course is to provide the OHSE practitioner, whether an internal or external consultant, with the introductory knowledge, skills and tools for identifying training needs and evaluating high quality health and safety programs available to meet those needs based on adult learning principles.  The course objectives apply to multi-industry training courses.

The emphasis of this course is to learn how to identify training needs through the use of needs assessments, how to identify training options (both in house and through outsourcing) and how to evaluate those options to make the best decision and recommendations to management.  

It should be noted that this course will not focus on the design or development of the training courses themselves; this will be offered in a second CSSE course.

Register