Learning: Half day in class
The Self-Evaluator Certification/Recertification (SECOR) course is mandatory for small companies (10 employees or less) looking to achieve a COR certification. The course reviews the benefits of COR and the process of evaluating a health and safety management system at a small organization in the context of both OHS and NSC-related legislation. The course material also covers basic auditing theory required to conduct a self-evaluation.
This half-day certification/recertification course guides students through the SECOR tool and provides an overview of OHS legislation, NSC requirements, and key terminology which gives the student the ability and certification to conduct their company’s SECOR audit. Self-Evaluator Training must be refreshed every three years.
Who Should Take This Course?
- Individuals who work for organizations seeking SECOR certification and who will be responsible for completing the self-evaluation.
- Individuals who have completed the AMTA’s HSSB course and who work for employers with 10 or less workers.
The AMTA’s Health and Safety System Building (HSSB) is a prerequisite for this course.
This ½-day course is delivered in face-to-face (classroom) format through a combination of lecture/presentation and interactive exercises. Key topics covered in this course are:
- Roles & Responsibilities
- Hazard Assessment and Controls
- Developing a Code of Practice
- Incident Investigation
- OHS Toolkit for Small Business
Admission Requirements and Prerequisite Course(s)
- Health and Safety System Building Course
Member: $150 + GST
Non-Member: $300 + GST