Achieving Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Outcomes in a Dynamic World
Given the extent of the COVID-19 outbreak, as per the most recent advice to all citizens and organizations from our Federal and Provincial Governments and health officials, we have cancelled the April 20 - 22, 2020 AAC2020 Conference and Workshops.
We would like to thank all the presenters, sponsors, exhibitors and attendees who supported the conference and workshops. We would also like to thank the Oak Island Resort for their support in this decision.
We look forward to seeing everyone at a time in the future. Until that time we hope all remain safe and healthy.
The AAC offers Certified Health and Safety Management System Auditor (CHSMSA) designation. This designation requires candidates to meet criteria in 4 categories: formal education; formal training; work experience and audit experience (refer to AAC website for details). The CHSMSA designation is one of the requirements that provincial governments are considering for future COR audits. AAC has been requested to provide formal training for health and safety auditors (including but not limited to COR auditors). The training will focus on understanding the requirements of the two principle standards ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use and ISO 19011 Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems. The course will focus on both theory and practical application. The course is practical, interactive and based on the experience of auditors.
Location: Edmonton: ACSA Campus
Date: May 4 – 8 2020
Cost: on or before March 31, 2020 $1200.00 plus applicable taxes, after April 1, 2020 $1320.00 plus applicable taxes.
Instructors: The instructor(s) are experienced management system auditors.
Candidates will be responsible for providing their own copies of the standards that can be purchased through the CSA bookstore. ISO 45001 and ISO 19011 are the standards that auditors will use as they conduct future audits.
Successful completion of this course (attendance and passing the test) meets the formal training requirement for the CHSMSA designation. To provide credit for this course there is a test that covers all of the material presented. The passing grade is 75%. There is also a separate exam for candidates that qualify for the designation. We will explain this during the course.
The course can accommodate up to 25 people with 12 being the minimum number. AAC reserves the right to cancel the course(s) with liability limited to reimbursing the course costs. Lunch will be provided.
Any questions can be directed to Todd Hall Executive Director AAC email@example.com| Register Here