Overview

Having an understanding of workplace hazards is a legislative requirement of workplaces across Canada. The Right to Know: Workplace Hazard Fundamentals in COVID-19 Pandemic workshop adopts a interactive learning approach, provided through a mix of lecture, industry examples, group discussion and small group exercises.
 

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the fundamentals of Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control (REC) in the workplace
  • Understand how to manage COVID-19 using the process of Hazard REC
  • Understand how COVID-19 may be affecting the exposure risk of hazards in the workplace

 

Who Should Participate

All areas and levels within the organization from front-line employees to executives.
 

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Christina Marshall joined CME, Newfoundland and Labrador Division in January of this year, bringing with her 20 years of experience in the Occupational Health and Safety field. In that time, Christina has worked with a wide variety of industry sectors, most recently with health care. She holds her Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation having completed a Bachelor of Arts degree from Memorial University and an Advanced Diploma in Safety Engineering from the College of the North Atlantic.

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