Recognizing, evaluating and controlling hazards are the basic building blocks of any safety and health management system. Hazards can cause incidents and injury – but controlling hazards prevents incidents.
This course introduces the concepts of hazard and risk and teaches how to identify and evaluate hazards by assessing the risks and controlling the hazards.
Hazard REC (Recognition, Evaluation and Control)
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LOCATIONS AND DATES
July 25, 2016
THE BASICS & THE BENEFITS
This Alberta Safety Council course aims to increase the worker’s understanding of how hazards and risk are at work on almost every jobsite.
It stresses hazard recognition, evaluation and control as the foundation of a proactive safety management system – one that acts to prevent incidents before they happen.
Upon completion of this course, participants will have firm knowledge of five main points:
- Importance of identifying hazards and managing risk;
- Definitions of hazard and risk;
- Hazard identification;
- Hazard evaluation and risk assessment;
- Control hierarchy
Through a combination of discussion, exercises, and lecture, the course starts workers, supervisors, managers and employers on a road to becoming the safest and most responsible people they can be.
REGISTER BY PHONE:
Edmonton: (780) 462-7300 or Toll Free: 1 (800) 301-6407
REGISTER IN PERSON:
Visit our main office during regular office hours to register.
Pre-registration is required for all ASC courses.*
*(except childrens Scooter drop-in)
Cancellation / Re-schedule Policy
|more than 30 days before
course start date:
|30 days to 15 days before course
|Less than 14 days til
course start date:
|day of course:|
- you may re-schedule course
- any subsequent re-schedule is subject to
-cancellation is subject
- re-schedule is subject to a 25% admin fee
- cancellation is subject to a 25% admin fee
- not eligible for refund
- not eligible for re-schedule
| - a no-show is not eligible for
**The ASC reserves the right to cancel any course should there be insufficient registrations. A full refund of fees shall be made should circumstances beyond the ASC's control require a course cancellation.
**A stop-payment does not constitute notice of withdrawal from a course nor does it constitute a cancellation/refund request.