Classroom Training

Safety Administration

This one-day course is designed to provide the participant with knowledge for effectively managing and monitoring a health and safety management system.

This event contains 8 technical hours and may be eligible for BCRSP CM points. See the BCRSP website at for CM point criteria.


The following five classes must be successfully completed before enrolling in Safety Administration:

  • Safety Management
  • Leadership for Safety Excellence
  • WHMIS 2015 Train the Trainer
  • Safety Auditor Training
  • Claims Management

Course Objectives:

  • Assist you in the set-up, maintenance and management of your health and safety system
  • Guide you in reviewing safety concerns specific to your worksites
  • Communicate effectively with government, management, the safety officer and co-workers regarding all aspects of safety
  • Work closely with all parties to ensure everyone has the information and tools required to fulfill their duties
  • Provide knowledge in Return to Work Programs

Course Content:

  • Assist in the management role of a construction health and safety system
  • Analyze safety data to help in the identification of safety trends
  • Make justifiable recommendations to management with regard to expanding the health and safety management system
  • Discuss/distinguish the roles and responsibilities of each person under the Occupational Health & Safety Act 1993 and Regulations 1996
  • Set up an effective Return to Work Program


Verification of completed Safety Management, Leadership for Safety Excellence, WHMIS 2015 Train the Trainer, Safety Auditor Training, and Claims Management pre-requisite courses are all required prior to enrollment. Please contact your nearest SCSA office to register: 306.525.0175 (Regina); 306.652.0907 (Saskatoon); 1.800.817.2079 (toll-free)