Hazard Awareness and Recognition for Municipal Inspectors

Course description:

Occupational injuries and illnesses happen when workers are exposed to hazards in their workplaces. Municipal Inspectors may encounter a wide variety of hazards in their work, and need to identify and effectively control the hazards in order to reduce work-related injuries and illnesses.

Course objectives:

At the completion of this course, participants will:

  • identify the selected hazardous substances and/or circumstances, so they can effectively minimize the risks they present.
  • understand the regulatory framework associated with each of the selected hazardous substances and/or circumstances.
  • complete Field-Level Risk Assessments for the selected hazardous substances and/or circumstances.

Course length:
4 hours (previously 8 hour course – updated Aug 2017)

Class minimum/maximum:

Supervisors Safety Certificate Program:
elective course


$75 per person for up to 15 (minimum 6);
$37.50 per person from 16+.
Minimum $600 charge per class.

Post session:
Certificate of Attendance

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