Health and Safety for Building Inspectors
Length: 1 day
Continuing Education Credits: n/a
Building Inspection can be unpredictable work. The workplace is constantly changing when moving from one site to another, and Building Inspectors often find themselves in environments outside of their control.
This training program helps keep Building Inspectors safe on the job by exploring various job-specific hazards, such as mould and asbestos, confined spaces, and energy sources. Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to identify and assess common hazards, and recognize whether proper controls have been implemented in order to protect their safety.
Appropriate for the Municipal sector, this program caters specifically to the building inspector. PSHSA specific approach ensures that the realities of the role and job are encompassed in the inspection strategies. This training will provide building inspectors with the skills and knowledge regarding their responsibilities on the job as it relates to health and safety as well as consideration to applicable job related hazards.
Onsite sessions are available contact your local consultant to arrange this.