RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE PARTIES OF THE INTERNAL RESPONSIBILITY SYSTEM
RCSA has now completed our first safety training module and the public can easily access it on line from this web site. This safety training home study module, "RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE PARTIES OF THE INTERNAL RESPONSIBILITY SYSTEM" is currently being offered for free below. This course was designed and written in plain language.
There is a lot more to be understood about the IRS (the Internal Responsibility System) Occupational Health and Safety Act then the general public is aware of. It reaches far beyond the basic safety training your employer may have provided you with. RCSA has provided the tools you needed to fill in this gap within this program. Your support is always appreciated, the RCSA Team.
OVERVIEW OF COURSE MATERIAL CONTENT
The duties and responsibilities between the homeowner and the independent contractor and self-employed individuals under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
The various roles each party plays or takes on under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Having liability insurance, WCB coverage and a written contract pertaining to the Occupational Health and Safety Act. What does this imply?
Due-diligence, how to identify it and apply it to a workplace.
What is a hazard and how do you identify it and control them.
Identifying various types of safety training programs that are presently available and which ones are mandatory for a construction workplace.
At this time, the module is only available in English. There are three hot links of the Nova Scotia OHSA and their various Regulations within the module to support the information in this module.
The module is made available as single Portable Document Format (PDF) file.
RSCA operates from and serves Nova Scotia.