OHS 3 - Workplace Hazard Analysis, Risk Assessment & Control

In this module, learners will be introduced to the hierarchy of workplace hazard controls as well as hazard analysis explanation and its process. Participants will have practice analyzing jobs tasks in order to identify related hazards and develop safe work procedures which address hazards that cannot be eliminated. Learners will examine, in detail, various types of facilities, equipment, work processes, and situations including but not limited to: safety through design, lighting and ventilation systems, materials handling, basic electrical safety, personal protective equipment, lift trucks, guarding, metalworking and woodworking machines, welding and excavation, blasting, confined space entry, and commercial fleet safety. The relationship between Job, Duty, Task, and Element will be discussed. Learners will be able to define risk assessment and related terms, explain responsibilities for risk assessment and control, and describe an effective risk assessment model. After learning the risk assessment model, learners will be able to quantify and compare risks as well as explain the risk control planning process and be able to apply it in the development of control measures.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn hierarchy of workplace hazard controls as well as explain hazard analysis and its process
  • Develop safe work procedures which address hazards that cannot be eliminated
  • Define risk assessment and related terms
  • Explain responsibilities for risk assessment and control
  • Describe an effective risk assessment model
Instructor: Price:
Prince George
Fall 2017
Date & Time:
3 Nov 2017 to 6 Nov 2017
  • Class times: 8:00am-4:30pm
Registration Deadline:
October 24, 2017


Course Materials

Course materials for each module will be provided in a downloadable, digital format. Students will be provided a web link and access information for their program after they have registered and paid. Furthermore, they may or may not be required to print these documents and bring them to class. It is recommended that students use a laptop to view the course materials during class.