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Act First Safety Online Due Diligence Training Program

REGISTRATION – Individual cost of this Due Diligence program is only $74.95 – volume discounts apply. There are several ways to register:

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Manager & Supervisor Due Diligence Training Program

Our Manager & Supervisor Due Diligence Program will provide participants with an understanding of the “responsibilities” and “reasonable steps” to be taken for the protection of all workplace parties.

This course will also explore the obligations and potential liabilities of company owners, managers, and supervisors, and will discuss the elements critical to a strong health and safety program and safety management system. Upon successful completion, a certificate will be issued automatically.

Modules

  • What is Due Diligence
  • Internal Responsibility System
  • Responsibility, Authority and Accountability
  • Establishing Due Diligence
  • Criminal Code of Canada

View an Online Manager & Supervisor DUE DILIGENCE Training demo

Alberta Legislation

Occupational Health and Safety Act

Section 2 – Obligations of employers, workers, etc.

1. Every employer shall ensure, as far as it is reasonably practicable for the employer to do so, (a) the health and safety of (i) workers engaged in the work of that employer, and (ii) those workers not engaged in the work of that employer but present at the work site at which that work is being carried out, and (b) that the workers engaged in the work of that employer are aware of their responsibilities and duties under this Act, the regulations and the adopted code.

2. Every worker shall, while engaged in an occupation, (a) take reasonable care to protect the health and safety of the worker and of other workers present while the worker is working

British Columbia Legislation

Workers Compensation Act Part 3

Section 115 – General Duties of Employers

1. Every employer must (a) ensure the health and safety of (i) all workers working for that employer, and
(ii) any other workers present at a workplace at which that employer’s work is being carried out, and

Section 117 – General Duties of Supervisors

1. Every supervisor must (a) ensure the health and safety of all workers under the direct supervision of the
supervisor, (b) be knowledgeable about this Part and those regulations applicable to the work being supervised, and (c) comply with this Part, the regulations and any applicable orders.

Section 121 – Duties of Directors and Officers of a Corporation

“Every director and every officer of a corporation must ensure that the corporation complies with this Part, the regulations and any applicable orders.”

Manitoba Legislation

Workplace Health and Safety Act

Section 4 – Duties of Employers

1. Every employer shall in accordance with the objects and purposes of this Act (a) ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the safety, health and welfare at work of all his workers; and (b) comply with this Act and regulations.

Section 4 – Duties of Supervisors

1. Every supervisor shall (a) so far as is reasonably practicable, (i) take all precautions necessary to protect the safety and health of a worker under his or her supervision

New Brunswick Legislation

Occupational Health and Safety Act – Section 9

1.Every employer shall (a) take every reasonable precaution to ensure the health and safety of his
employees; (b) comply with this Act, the regulations and any order made in accordance with this Act or the regulations; and (c) ensure that his employees comply with this Act, the regulations and any order made in accordance with this Act or the regulations.

Newfoundland/Labrador Legislation

Occupational Health and Safety Act

Section 4 – Employers’ General Duty

“An employer shall ensure, where it is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of his or her workers.”

Section 5 – Supervisors’ General Duty

A supervisor shall ensure, where it is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all workers under his or her supervision.
Nova Scotia Legislation

Occupational Health and Safety Act CHAPTER 7 OF THE ACTS OF 1996

Section 13 – Employers’ Precautions and Duties

1. Every employer shall take every precaution that is reasonable in the circumstances to

ensure the health and safety of persons at or near the workplace
Ontario Legislation

Occupational Health and Safety Act – Section 25

2. States that employers: (h) take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of
a worker”

R. v. City of Sault Ste. Marie (1978)

“…The question will be…whether the accused established all reasonable care by (1) establishing a proper system to prevent commission of the offence and (2) by taking reasonable steps to ensure the effective operation of the system.”

Prince Edward Island Legislation

Occupational Health and Safety Act

Section 12 – Duties of Employer

1. An employer shall ensure (a) that every reasonable precaution is taken to protect the occupational
health and safety of persons at or near the workplace

Saskatchewan Legislation

Occupational Health and Safety Act 1993

General Duties of Employers

Every employer shall: (a) ensure, insofar as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare at
work of all of the employer’s workers;

consult and co-operate with any occupational health committee or the occupational health and safety representative at the place of employment for the purpose of resolving concerns on matters of health, safety and welfare at work;
ensure, insofar as is reasonably practicable, that the employer’s workers are not exposed to harassment with respect to any matter or circumstance arising out of the workers’ employment; (d) co-operate with any other person exercising a duty imposed by this Act or the regulations;
comply with this Act and the regulations.

Please contact our office for further details on DUE DILIGENCE Online training.