Due Diligence – Alberta, Canada

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Course Length
2 hours

Instructor
Edumine Courses

Released
02 Jun 2021

Price
$99.00

Description

This online Due Diligence course focuses on Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) regulations that govern safety in the Canadian province of Alberta. However, the concepts apply to most any location in the world.

Due diligence is a way to think about safety as an integral part of every job. It is a lifesaver in that it helps ensure a safe workplace. Whether your job environment is a large, open pit mine or a construction job site in a crowded urban area, everyone can benefit from an understanding of the principles of due diligence.

 

Author

Vista Training
 

Duration: 2 Hours
Access: 90 Days
Category: Operations
Level: Specialize
Version:  v1.0.2

 

 

 



 

Overall Course Specifications:

Estimated length of training program: 1 hour + final test

Number of test questions: 16

Printable Certificate of Completion: Yes

Final Exam Feedback report: Yes


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Objectives

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Define the term due diligence
  • Explain the difference between strict and absolute liability
  • Identify the responsibilities of employers, supervisors and workers for health and safety in the workplace
  • Illustrate the dangers of non-compliance with the due diligence provisions of the OH&S Act
  • Utilize a due diligence checklist for employers
  • Summarize the penalties given for offenses under the OH&S Act

 

Course Content

Lesson 1: Introduction

  • Definition of due diligence
  • Responsibility for compliance with due diligence

Lesson 2: Liability

  • Two degrees of liability
  • Differences between strict and absolute liability
  • Response to hazards and liability

Lesson 3: Responsibility

  • Roles of health and safety responsibility
  • Responsibilities for safety required from employer’s, supervisors. Competent workers, and new workers
  • Protecting workers
  • Non-compliance consequences

Lesson 4: Checklist

  • Checklist for due diligence to be used by employers
  • Penalties for not complying with regulations

Lesson 5: Review

  • Review the main points of the course

Final Exam – 16 question exam with incorrect response feedback

 

Recommended Background

Although we recommend that you take the following prerequisite courses, this course is suitable for anyone with an interest in equipment operation and safety.

  • Recommended prerequisite courses:
    • Heavy Equipment – Introduction and Safety 
    • Heavy Equipment – Pre-Use Inspection

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