10+ Training Modules
Made safe NL Manufacturing & Processing Safety Sector Council’s (Made Safe NL) expert safety advisors offer FREE health and safety education, training, coaching, and mentoring on the following 10+ workplace health and safety elements. Made Safe NL aims to support and improve workplace health and safety culture and outcomes in Newfoundland and Labrador’s manufacturing and processing sectors. You can request assistance for one or all 10+ elements. We’re here to help.
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Hazard Recognition, Evaluation, & Control
Incident Reporting & Investigation
By understanding the cause of an accident or incident, organizations can take steps to prevent the same from happening again. This investigative process helps create a safer work environment for everyone. Reporting workplace incidents is mandatory in certain situations. Our expert safety advisors can guide you through the guidelines associated with incident reporting and best practices for investigating workplace health and safety incidents to ensure your organization follows guidelines and implements safety measures to mitigate reoccurrence.
Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Committee
An OHS committee is an important way to improve conditions in the workplace (and a requirement for organizations with ten employees or more). The committee provides a forum for employees and management to work together to solve health and safety issues or concerns. An effective committee can help prevent injury and illness on the job and increase awareness of health and safety issues among workers, supervisors, and managers. Made Safe NL’s safety advisors can help you create your OHS committee or strengthen your current committee by providing guidance, mentoring, training, and coaching.
Health and safety inspections in the workplace are vital in preventing injuries and illnesses. By thoroughly and regularly inspecting your work environment, you can identify potential hazards and implement appropriate and effective solutions before an injury occurs. Workplace inspections are an invaluable opportunity to get feedback and hear the concerns of workers and supervisors, gain an understanding of jobs and tasks, identify existing and potential hazards, determine underlying causes of hazards and recommend corrective action. Our safety advisors can walk you through these steps, as well as how to monitor actions taken to eliminate hazards and ensure your organization is well-informed about applicable legislation and standards.
Early & Safe Return-to-Work
The early and safe return-to-work program (ESRTW) is designed to ensure employees off work due to injury or illness return to the workplace sooner. Helping workers return to work sooner can be facilitated through various approaches, including giving workers more manageable tasks or reducing work hours until they regain their total capacity. Our safety advisors can teach your organization the best practices for ensuring workers return to work safely.
Education & Training
Emergency Preparedness & Response
We all hope we never have to deal with an emergency that risks safety. But being prepared for such an event is vital to weathering the storm. An emergency plan promotes safety awareness and shows an organization’s commitment to workers’ safety while also ensuring the organization’s financial health. Our safety advisors can walk you through emergency preparedness and response steps so your organization can ensure you’re ready if the worst-case scenario becomes a reality.
Safe Work Procedures & Instructions
Effective communication is key to ensuring healthy, safe, and productive workplaces. Topics covered in this training module will include how to:
- Communicate vital information to workers in a clear and timely manner,
- Ensure roles and directions are understood,
- Warn against dangers and avoid unsafe practices,
- Promote critical emergency response, and
- Create an environment of trust and open communication that promotes worker input and reporting.
Leadership & Administration
Influential safety leaders are safety champions who focus on learning and continuous improvement by creating a climate of trust for employees to report incidents, improve safety, and positively influence safety practices for themselves and their coworkers. Building a safe and healthy workplace starts at the top with managers and leaders who genuinely care about the safety of their workers—your organization’s greatest assets. This course will provide the training and expertise needed to lead by example and ensure your workers know that you care about their health and safety in the workplace and that it is important that they care too. Workplace safety is everyone’s responsibility.