Learn how to communicate safety protocols to ensure a safe work environment.
This training is designed to introduce construction workers, particularly those with supervisory responsibilities such as foremen, to safety leadership principles and give them the skills to be a safety leader who can help create and sustain safe and productive job sites.
Everyone, from the company owner to the experienced foreman and new trainee/apprentice, needs to own safety and be a safety leader. Effective safety leadership can help a company implement its safety program and safety policies, improve safety culture and safety climate, and reduce incidents that lead to injury and illness.
*This class fulfills the one mandatory CITF Class Requirement to obtain the UBC/CITF Construction Site Safety Specialist (CSSS) Certificate.
Members attending training must provide their own safety shoes, safety goggles, gloves, ear protection and hard hats. Failure to provide your own safety equipment may result in your being dropped from a particular training session.
*This class is mostly in a class room setting
Attendance at the first training session is mandatory. 100% attendance is required for all courses that issue Certificates or Qualifications and Apprentice mandatory training. Please be on time! Late arrivals (and early departures) are disruptive to instructors and participants. Poor attendance / disruptive behavior will result in your being dropped from a particular training session.