COURSE OVERVIEW

This module is designed to provide participants information, clarification, and training on who in our industry is a Supervisor and what the roles and responsibilities are. Certificate upon completion.

COURSE CURRICULUM

  • 1

    COURSE INTRODUCTION

    • COURSE INTRODUCTION

  • 2

    THE LAW

    • THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT

    • BILL C-45LAW C-21 (The Westray Bill)

    • WHO IS A SUPERVISOR IN FILM AND TV?

    • QUIZ

  • 3

    DUTIES OF THE EMPLOYER AND SUPERVISOR UNDER THE OHSA

    • DUTIES OF THE EMPLOYER UNDER THE OHSA

    • DUTIES OF THE SUPERVISOR UNDER THE OHSA

    • QUIZ

  • 4

    INTERNAL RESPONSIBILITY SYSTEM

    • INTERNAL RESPONSIBILITY SYSTEM

    • THE THREE RIGHTS OF WORKERS

    • JOINT HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE AND SAFETY REPS

    • WORKPLACE SAFETY PLANS AND COVID SAFETY PROTOCOLS

    • EXTERNAL PARTIES

  • 5

    SOURCES OF INFORMATION

    • Scaffolding Collapse in Toronto Video

    • Project Manager in fatal swing stage collapse faces jail time

    • Construction Manager gets Prison

    • Supervisor Training For Film & Television Download Material

PASS MARK

Knowledge testing is conducted throughout the course. Test questions are designed to reinforce the information presented and must be completed by each participant. A mark of 80% must be achieved in order to receive a certificate of completion.

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

Upon completion you’ll receive a Certificate of Completion. This certificate demonstrates that you took the time to better educate yourself in Health & Safety. By doing so you are not only helping yourself but also your fellow crew member's and productions safety.

SHARE THE KNOWLEDGE

Please share this course and our Film & Television Health and Safety School with your colleagues and friends so we can all live in a safer world on set together.

INSTRUCTORS

Senior Instructor

David Dodge

David has many years of experience working on set mainly in food service. With a background in Health and Safety and nearly 20 years of training and experience working in Healthcare, it is David's goal to assist productions in returning to the workplace safely. He is striving to achieve and assist in the process by developing training requirements and modules for all.

Owner & Head Instructor

Meagan Aarts

Meagan Aarts, CRSP, AEMCA,. I'm the proud owner of Project First Aid Services Inc. and The Film & Television Health and Safety School. In 2007 I became a AEMCA Certified Paramedic and soon after started working on construction and movie sets as a Paramedic. My attention shifted towards Health & Safety and I gained the knowledge and experience to qualify, pass and become a Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) in 2014. I have been providing Paramedics to the Film & Television industry for over 12 years now and been working full time in the Health & Safety sector since 2007. Prior to turning my career to Health and Safety I played hockey for the majority of my life in which I received a full athletic scholarship to the University of Maine, played professionally in Switzerland and finished my career playing for the Toronto Furies in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. A Gold medalist with the Canadian National Women's Inline Hockey Team and a Canadian Ball Hockey Champion. I am excited to start sharing my Health & Safety experience and knowledge with the Performance Industry.

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