Working Alone Safely in British Columbia

Categories: Safety
Includes lifetime access

Course Overview

Overview

This course
examines how occupational health and safety laws across Canada and within
British Columbia address the issue of working alone or in isolation, and outlines
practical safety measures to protect workers from the associated hazards.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of
the course, participants will be able to:

 

·
Define working alone
or in isolation

·
Describe the factors that must be considered when deciding if
help is readily available

·
Identify circumstances that may place those who work alone at
increased risk

·
Recognize that B.C. is one of five provinces with working-alone
legislation and identify the elements of this legislation

·
Describe workplace policies and practices that can reduce the
risks associated with:

o   Working with cash
and other valuables

o   Working alone in
isolated circumstances

o   Meeting clients
alone at off-site locations

o   Travelling alone

o   Working alone with
hazardous substances

 

Course Format

 

This is a
self-paced online course that you can exit and resume at any time. The course
includes
interactive practice exercises that reinforce key concepts and offer an opportunity to
gauge your understanding of the course content. The exercises do
 not count toward your test
score and can be revisited as you need to achieve the learning objectives.
Average course completion time is about one hour.

 

Evaluation and
Certification

 

Each unit concludes
with a test. A score of 100% is needed to progress to the next unit and
complete your training. If you do not pass the test you can review the material
as needed. Please note that every test is generated through an automated test
bank to ensure that each version is unique.


A printable certificate is available upon successful completion of the course.

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