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February 21 - 22, 2019

Please note this workshop is free for Local 23 members, and $75 for affiliates.
Registration includes refreshments and lunch.



- Basics of Incident Investigations
- Ergonomics
- Identifying & Documenting Hazards
- Making Committees Work

HS - Basics of Incident Investigations
February 21 (9:00am) - 22, 2019 (4:00pm)

Learn how to identify root causes of workplace incidents, injuries, and diseases, common routes of entry of toxic substances, and your role in the investigation process.

HS - Ergonomics
February 21 (9:00am) - 22, 2019 (4:00pm)

This module looks at the musculoskeletal injuries in the workplace, such as strains or carpal tunnel syndrome, the risk factors, and the employers’ obligations to prevent these types of injuries.

HS - Identifying and Documenting Hazards
February 21 (9:00am) - 22, 2019 (4:00pm)

In this module, you will learn techniques for identifying hazards, such as body maps, surveys and inspections. You will also develop a methodology for dealing with the hazards you find.

HS - Making Committees Work
February 21 (9:00am) - 22, 2019 (4:00pm)

This module explores the structure, role and function of health and safety committees, their strengths and limitations, and how they can best work within the legislative framework, and within our union.

Feb 7, 2019

CUPE Local 23
4940 Canada Way Suite 114
Burnaby, British Columbia



Your registration is not final until payment is received. If payment is not received within 7 days, your seat will be released.
Please make cheques payable to: CUPE Local 23
Mail payment to: #114-4940 Canada Way, Burnaby, BC V5G 1K6

Please note that this workshop may be cancelled due to low registration or other reasons.

Send your cancellation request in writing with your local number, address and telephone number by the registration deadline to:

In response to the health concerns of our members and staff, CUPE has implemented a Scent-Free Policy at all of our workshops. Scented products such as hair spray, perfume and deodorant can trigger reactions such as respiratory distress and headaches. Facilitators and participants are asked to refrain from using scented products while attending our workshops and meetings. Thank you for your cooperation.

Cheryl Oaks
(604) 298-0200

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