Workplace Health and Safety 11

Course Outline

Workplace Health and Safety 11 is a half-credit course. This course is designed to develop a broad base of knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to create a culture of safety in the workplace and in the community. The course introduces students to the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers and integrates classroom work with a workplace application. Students will be expected to identify safety risks, to make informed decisions, and to initiate appropriate actions.

Workplace Health and Safety 11 comprises two modules: Fundamentals of Workplace Health and Safety and Workplace Hazards—Awareness and Control. This practical course will be of particular interest to students engaged in the many forms of community-based learning activities offered in many PSP courses.

This is a required course for students in the Options and Opportunities Program in order to fulfill the expectations of the program.


Updated August 24, 2021