Construction Health and Safety Advisor

Assist in the planning, implementing, monitoring and review of the health and safety strategies of the company by:

  • Formulating operations procedures and hazard recognition
  • Minimizing conflict between safety and production, assess risk and propose workable solutions
  • Assisting with workplace inspections, accident investigations and report writing
  • Advising on issues regarding fire regulations, machinery safeguarding, ergonomics, hazardous substances, occupational, and environment health compliance
  • Liaising with professionals such as officers of an enforcing authority

Entrance Requirements

  • Minimum of 5,000 hours within the construction industry.
  • Successful completion of high school; or
  • High school equivalent (BTSD Level 4ABE Level 3(Level 4 prior to 1991, GED), or
  • Mature students must:
    • Be 19 years of age upon commencement of the program
    • Complete the Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) with an average score of Grade 12 equivalency


38 weeks

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