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Auditor Training Program (ATP) (IP)
November 29 @ 8:00 am - December 1 @ 4:00 pm
This three-day Instructor Lead Training course has been designed for individuals who will be evaluating the effectiveness of a company’s health and safety management system. Participants will be shown how to evaluate systems against the Partnerships in Injury Reduction (PIR) standard. This is a two-tiered program which consists of the three-day course (Certificate of Completion) and a voluntary Qualification Audit submission (Certified Peer Auditor Certificate).
- Introduction to audit instruments and the COR process
- Roles and responsibilities of auditors and auditees
- Review of the ACSA Audit Tool
- Auditing skills and sampling
- Steps in the audit process
- Auditor certification and self-qualification audit processes
Participants must achieve a minimum score of 80% on an open book, on-line test as well as demonstrate an understanding of the practical auditing procedure by participating in the activities completed in the virtual classroom.
Certified Peer Auditor Certificate
Participants may submit a qualification/self-audit (individually conducted) within 66 days after completing the three-day course. If the qualification/self-audit is approved by the ACSA COR department, the participant will be considered a certified auditor. It is a requirement for Active NCSO’s to become a certified auditor. It is also a requirement for COR companies to have a full time certified auditor on staff.
Principles of Health and Safety Management (PHSM) must be completed before taking the Auditor Training Program (ATP).
Please call 780-453-3311 or visit www.youracsa.ca to register.