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CSA Z432 – Safeguarding of Machinery
Based on CSA Z432
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Machine hazards continue to be a leading cause of serious workplace injury and death. CSA Z432 Safeguarding of Machinery is a voluntary standard that helps to protect workers from hazards associated with the use of mobile or stationary machinery by providing the description, selection, and application of guards and safety devices. The new edition of the standard has undergone extensive review and revision.
The 1-day Safeguarding of Machinery: Understanding CSA Z432 course has been updated to reflect the new edition of the standards. It is offered in collaboration with WSPS and guides participants through the sections of the standard so they become familiar with its content and application.
- Increase knowledge of key concepts within the new edition of CSA Z432 including new terms, definitions, requirements and alignment/integrations with ISO
- Clearly review and understand the significance of new requirements, including safety control systems and safeguarding devices
- Learn about hazard identification, risk assessment and reduction
- Efficiently and accurately apply practical knowledge to workplace situations through interactive exercises
Who Should Attend?
- Managers and Supervisors
- Maintenance and Purchasing Personnel
- Safety Professionals and Engineers
- Project Managers and Certified JHSC Members
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Warren is a health and safety professional with more than 35 years of experience in Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Health practice and teaching. His practice experience ranges from the food and beverage manufacturing sector to the secondary and postsecondary education sector to the nuclear industry. He continues to teach Occupational Health and Safety at the University of British Columbia and the BC Institute of Technology.
Warren is a retired holder of the Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) and Certified Public Health Inspector - Canada (CPHI(C)) professional designations. In addition to his work and teaching in OHS, Warren also consults to industry in the areas of Environmental Management and Quality Management.
Warren's most rewarding times in OHS are when he has the opportunity to provide education, training and knowledge transfer to workers, supervisors and managers and when he is mentoring new OHS practitioners.