Your Safety Committee & the Law

Your organization’s Occupational Health & Safety Committee is an integral part of the Safety Management System. The Committee not only helps review safety policies and procedures but also plays a key role in workplace inspections and incident investigations.

*This is a required course for Level 1 of our Health & Safety Leadership Certificate ProgramFor more information, including registration, pricing, payment, and cancellation information, please get in touch with one of our Safety Advisors.

This workshop will walk you through the legal requirements and how to run your safety committee effectively.

This course will cover the following:

  • Roles and responsibilities of each Committee member

  • Occupational Health & Safety Committee legislation

  • Completing an incident investigation report

  • Identifying direct, indirect, and root causes and how to put controls in place

  • Preparing, conducting and evaluating a workplace inspection

Recommended for:

  • Health & Safety Committee Members, Managers, Human Resources, and anyone who is interested in the role of the Occupational Health & Safety Committee.

Approximate Duration:

In-Person: Full Day 
Virtual: 6 Hours (can be split into 2 or 3 sessions) 

Your Safety Committee & the Law training fulfills the legal requirement of “training by an approved agency” for the purpose of section 4-9(4) of The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, 2020. 






Customer Testimonials: 

We found the interactive session fun and the information was very useful to us as a new committee and myself as a co-chair.  We have a little bit of work to do but we are now on the right path. I highly recommend this to any new committees or any committees that have never received this workshop.”

-Nicole, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina
(Your Safety Committee & the Law Training)

“Thanks for organizing this training – I was kind of dreading it because I was sure it would be boring but what an excellent and engaging presenter! I do think it was relevant and the discussions were especially good. I have been on OHS committees in the past so understand the basics, but it was a good reminder.”

– Adelle, Youth Care Worker, Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch