"Supervisor failed to exercise their Due Diligence in regards to safety" is an example of an official order that could be written.
In Canada, supervisors can and do get prosecuted under Occupational Health and Safety Law. Employers have a duty to explain to all supervisors, their OHS responsibilities, and why due diligence is especially important to them.
All supervisors should start their safety leadership training with Due Diligence to confidently say "yes" when asked, "did you do all that you could have?"
The main avatar, Milo, an Occupational Health and Safety Officer, guides supervisors through the three types of safety laws, and how those laws can affect you. Discover what supervisors need to understand as their legal obligations and how to act with due diligence.
- Three types of Occupational health and safety laws
- Meaning of "reasonable care"
- Understand how due diligence applies to supervisors
- Progressive discipline what it is and when it is necessary
- Importance of documentation and record-keeping
- Understand worker's rights
- Why training, monitoring, incident investigation, & maintenance are important
Our Opinion on this Safety for Supervisors Training course
The course content is delivered in a very palatable format with the importance emphasized to communicate the seriousness of failure by supervisors to act with due diligence.
It describes the applicable laws in detail but without overdoing it. The content is informative and delivered in a way that is easily understood. The program drives home the seriousness of the supervisor’s responsibilities and the consequences they could face if they do not act accordingly.
"We highly recommend this safety and due diligence for supervisors training course for all industries including construction and hospitality. Perfect introduction for all supervisors to safety in the work place."
- Health & Safety Representatives
- Safety Coordinators