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Next Cohort: May 12-Apr 29
May 12-Apr 29
Occupational Health and Safety is an Ontario College Certificate that prepares graduates to pursue the Canadian Registered Safety Technician (CRST) certification offered by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP). The program meets the education requirements for the CRST certification (i.e., one-year certificate program in occupational health and safety), and is the only program in Ontario to explicitly align with the nine CRST competencies domains and deliver on all competency statements. The program exceeds the CRST competencies by including courses in technical communications and interpersonal skills. The program is offered online and can be completed on a part-time basis.
What You’ll Learn
- Apply occupational health and safety legislation and enforcement measures to support workplace safety and compliance
- Communicate occupational health and safety information to meet the needs of internal and external audiences
- Assess hazards and controls related to workplace tools, substances, equipment, machinery, vehicles, and processes to protect workers
- Conduct basic safety audits of inspection systems, compliance systems and management systems to support continuous improvement
- Conduct basic workplace safety inspections, incident investigations and safety-related analyses as part of a safety program
- Implement occupational hygiene prevention and protection programs in compliance with best practices to protect workers
- Conduct risk assessments, apply risk control processes, and implement hazard communication to protect workers
- Deliver routine occupational health and safety training programs based on needs analyses and adult learning principles to support organizational goals
- Evaluate the role and obligations of certified occupational health and safety technicians in the application of ethics principles and relevant codes of practice to uphold professional standards
- Apply ergonomic practices in the workplace to support worker health and safety;
- Implement basic fire safety programs and fire prevention procedures to protect workers and comply with relevant codes and legislation
- Implement workplace health and wellness practices and programs to achieve organizational goals
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Next Cohort: May 12-Apr 29
Student Reviews (2)
As a university graduate, the Advanced Filmmaking program at Fanshawe was an incredibly welcome change of pace. It’s allowed me to focus on the hands-on aspect of filmmaking that I did not have the chance to learn while in University. The shift from ...
As a university graduate, the Advanced Filmmaking program at Fanshawe was an incredibly welcome change of pace. It’s allowed me to focus on the hands-on aspect of filmmaking that I did not have the chance to learn while in University. The shift from reading theories and essay writing to producing content and connecting with my fellow filmmakers was exactly what I needed.
The environment of AFM is a lot more intimate than the university experience. You are always working in groups to create projects and receiving constant feedback from the professors. If you want to learn the ins and outs making a film, and meet the people who are going to help you do it, there is no better place to go than Fanshawe’s Advanced Filmmaking program.