This two-day course will assist managers and supervisors to integrate health and safety into their everyday planning and to create and promote safe and healthy work environments. Course material is geared toward management and supervisory positions.
This two-level program consists of a two-day course (Certificate of Completion) and documentation submission (Certificate of Proficiency).
Course topics include:
the role of the supervisor
safety responsibilities of managers, supervisors, and workers
the scope and significance of hazard assessments
inspections, reporting, and follow-up
training and orientations
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION – First Level of the Program
Participants must complete the two-day course and attain a minimum score of 80% on the final exam to receive a Certificate of Completion.
CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY – Second Level of the Program
To receive the LSE Certificate of Proficiency, participants must submit copies of the following documents to the ACSA with proof of direct involvement:
a hazard assessment and corrective action report
site investigation (incident or near-incident)
POINT REQUIREMENTS 10,000 Points
MONTHLY POTENTIAL POINT EARNINGS 2,500 Allied Points
*NOTE: Course descriptions taken directly from the institutions information.