Create a Strong and Safe Workplace with Health & Safety Training

Health & safety training demonstrates a commitment to keeping workers safe. Take the pressure off by increasing employee participation and ownership of workplace health & safety.

 

By promoting health & safety training, you help reduce the rate and duration of injuries, improve employee morale, attract and retain employees who value a positive safety culture.

Protect Your Team and Customers

Creating a safe work environment
Turn-key training solutions for new employees
Meet government legislated safety rules

Look Attractive to Employers

Show a commitment to safety
Stand out against the competition in recruitment

Health & Safety Courses

Joint Health & Safety Committee Training - ONLINE $99

In this 8 hour online, self-paced training course, students learn how to effectively carry out their duties as joint health & safety committee members. This course is designed for both worker and employer representatives, including new and existing committee members.

 

Successful completion of this course meets the minimum 8 hour training requirement for new committee members and worker health and safety representatives, as per the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (section 3.27).

Examples of what you’ll learn:

 

  1. The duties and functions of a joint health & safety committee
  2. How to conduct regular workplace inspections
  3. How to participate in incident investigations
  4. Your role in addressing refusals of unsafe work
  5. Steps in evaluating the effectiveness of your joint health and safety committee

Food Safety: FOODSAFE Level 1 - DISTANCE EDUCATION $95

FOODSAFE is British Columbia’s food safety, handling and sanitation training. The Level 1 program equips food service workers with the knowledge and skills to apply proper food handling and preparation techniques and to follow appropriate safety measures to prevent food-borne illness.

 

NOTE: This is a correspondence course. The FOODSAFE Level 1 by Distance Education is the only learning option that doesn’t require internet access or classroom attendance, with exams available in ten languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, Farsi, French, Japanese, Korean, Punjabi, Spanish, and Tagalog).

Examples of what you’ll learn:

  • Proper food handling and preparation techniques
  • How to prevent food-borne illness
  • Proper cleaning protocols

Safer Spaces: Creating Sexual Harassment Free Workplaces in BC’s Tourism & Hospitality Industry Employers - ONLINE FREE

This free online training course is intended for employers and supervisors. Leaders are fundamental to creating sexual harassment-free workplaces because they establish a safety culture and set the tone.

Examples of what you’ll learn:

  • Defining sexual harassment
  • Identifying risk factors in the tourism and hospitality industry
  • Understanding workplace roles and responsibilities
  • Training and communication
  • Receiving a disclosure of sexual harassment
  • Responding to a disclosure of sexual harassment
  • Creating safer spaces for everyone

Safer Spaces: Creating Sexual Harassment Free Workplaces in BC’s Tourism & Hospitality Industry Workers - ONLINE FREE

This NEW online training course is intended for workers in the tourism & hospitality industry. Educating workers is another important element in creating sexual harassment-free workplaces and helps to empower workers to know their rights and responsibilities. The course is free to those in the tourism & hospitality industry.

Examples of what you’ll learn:

  • Defining sexual harassment
  • Understanding workplace roles and responsibilities
  • Disclosing or reporting sexual harassment
  • Understanding how to contribute to a safer and more respectful workplace

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) - ONLINE FREE

Do you want to know more about how to manage stress at the workplace or how to respond to difficult customer interactions? Are you responsible for hazard identification or implementing a violence prevention policy at your workplace?

For a limited-time basis, go2HR is offering four training courses through the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), free for BC’s tourism industry!

Read more about the specifics for each course below and fill out the registration form to register for your selected training.

Learn More About Our Courses:

  1. Stress at The Workplace
  2. Dealing with Difficult Customers
  3. Hazard Identification, Assessment & Control
  4. Violence in the Workplace: Establish a Prevention Program

Foundations of Workplace Safety - ONLINE FREE

This foundational online course explores workplace health & safety within the context of BC’s tourism and hospitality industry. This course is designed to equip employees with essential health & safety information to help keep themselves and others safe on the job.

Examples of what you’ll learn:

  • What could go wrong?
  • Workplace safety rules
  • What’s up with WHMIS?
  • Contributing to a culture of safety
  • Looking ahead and adapting to change

Occupational Health & Safety Program Fundamentals - ONLINE FREE

Occupational Health & Safety Program Fundamentals is a flexible, interactive online course designed for employers, managers, and supervisors in BC’s tourism, hospitality and food service industry.

 

 

Examples of what you’ll learn:

  • Management and leadership commitment
  • Hazard identification and control
  • Safe work procedures and written instruction
  • Inspection of premises, equipment, workplaces and work practices
  • Investigation of incidents/accidents
  • Training and instruction of employees
  • Program administration
  • Joint health & safety committees
  • Injury management/return to work programs

COR Internal Auditor Training - ONLINE

One of the first steps to becoming COR-certified is to identify an internal Certificate of Recognition (COR) program champion who will lead the process for your organization and become a knowledgeable resource about the COR process.

 

Our COR internal auditor course prepares students to conduct internal audits for their organizations who are registered or certified in the go2HR COR program.

 

Not sure if this is the right training for you? Contact safety@go2hr.ca before registering.

Examples of what you’ll learn:

  • An overview of the COR program
  • An in-depth look at the individual COR audit elements
  • How to prepare for a student audit
  • How to conduct an audit using the go2HR COR audit tool: documentation, observation, and interview techniques
  • How to prepare a COR audit submission: scoring audit questions and writing notes
  • Post-audit activities and follow-up: what happens next
  • How to maintain your status as a COR internal auditor

BSAFE™ - ONLINE FREE

BSAFE™ is a free online health & safety training program for individuals and businesses in BC’s tourism and hospitality industry. The course was developed to meet training needs in a COVID-19 environment. In still confidence amongst the general public to stay, dine, or shop at your local business.

 

We recommend modules 2, 4 and 5 when Provincial Health Orders are in transition or expired.

Learn about:

  • Foundational understanding of current health & safety protocols
  • Tips on handling noncompliance
  • Keeping yourself and others safe
  • Communicating with your team and guests
  • Responding to challenging interactions

WHMIS 2015 - ONLINE $16

Hazardous products can cause injuries or diseases in workers. The goal of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) is to provide workers with the information they need to stay safe on the job.

Learn about:

  1. An introduction to WHMIS 2015
  2. Hazardous Materials
  3. Roles & Responsibilities
  4. WHMIS labels
  5. Safety Data Sheets (SDSs)

More Health & Safety Resources

Safety Basics

Just starting out? Learn about your legal responsibilities regarding workplace health & safety and how to develop a safe workplace.

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Sector Specific Health & Safety

Get the health & safety lowdown specifics on your industry, compare your premiums and injury profile to industry averages and access industry-specific tools and resources.

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Key Initiatives

Learn about some of our key health & safety initiatives, including Safer Spaces (sexual harassment education and training), mental health (psychological health & safety), and communicable disease plans. and our partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).

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