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Working Alone

OSSA's Health & Safety Awareness workshops are designed to provide employers, supervisors, HR professionals, health & safety representatives and JHSC members with the information and skills needed to uphold your legal obligations under the Act and create an effective health & safety program in the workplace. These modules are designed to support our Workwell Program or they can be delivered as awareness seminars to larger audiences.

Each workshop is approximately 2 hours in length and provides an engaging combination of activities, such as lecture, large group discussion, case study analysis and action planning in both a small group format and through individual exercises.

Customized workshops on additional topics are available upon request.

New!  Working Alone

Working late at night, in isolated environments or just working alone at any time can be a workplace hazard.  This training program explores the dangers of working alone and handling cash. 

The course provides an overview of a prevention strategy and discusses techniques for managing this type of workplace situations, and tips for defusing violent situations.  It is good for both manager/supervisors and employees. 

Objectives of the session include:

  • Recognizing potential working alone violence hazards
  • Assessing risk and prioritizing violence issues
  • Describing ways to eliminate/reduce violence hazards
  • Describing ways to handle violent situations that may arise.

 

Cost:  $119.00 per participant, including materials (plus applicable taxes)

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