Due Diligence for Supervisors

Course description:

Under WorkSafeBC Regulation, a supervisor is defined as a person who instructs, directs or controls workers in the safe performance of their duties.  As a supervisor, you are responsible for the proper instruction of workers under your direct control, and for ensuring their work is performed without undue risk.  Due diligence means that you take all reasonable care in all the circumstances in your workplace to protect the health and safety of your workers, and to prevent an occurrence or event.

At the conclusion of this half day course, the supervisor will:

  • Understand the term “Due Diligence”
  • Be knowledgeable about legal responsibilities as a supervisor
  • Be able to give specific examples of due diligence in the workplace

Course length:
4 hours

Class minimum/maximum:

Supervisors Safety Certificate Program:
required course

Continued Education Credits (CECs):
In-Person/Virtual Course Format:

  • EOCP CEU’s: 0.4
  • CPHR CPD: 4 CPD Hours

E-Learning/Self-Paced Format:

  • EOCP CEU’s: 0.3

Classroom Delivery Price:
$75 per person for up to 15
$37.50 per person from 16+.

Minimum $750 charge per class.

Virtual Delivery Price:

$750 flat fee up to 20 participants *Subject to change

Post session:
Certificate of Completion

Course Timeline:
BCMSA Recommended – 5 years