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Occupational Health and Safety
Client: Health Canada
Target Audience: This e-learning course is designed for Health Canada Managers and Supervisors whose roles and responsibilities encompass Occupational Health and Safety
Topic: This interactive e-learning course will provide Health Canada Managers and Supervisors with an overview and guide to their roles and responsibilities for Occupational Health and Safety. Managers and Supervisors have a general obligation or duty to ensure that the health and safety of every person employed by the employer is protected while they are working. The Occupational Health and Safety Framework encompass the Canada Labour Code, Part II; Human Resources and Development Canada; and, the Corporate Occupational Health and Safety Program. Health Canada employers and employees work within this framework in order to help fulfill their responsibilities and obligations under the legislation.
Client: Health Canada
Target Audience: The Using GCDOCS e-learning course will be mandatory training for all Health Canada employees.
Topic: GCDOCS is the Government of Canada’s official Enterprise Content Management Solution. It is a bilingual, feature rich, enterprise repository suite that assists departments in meeting their information management (IM) obligations for Information Lifecycle Management; allowing departments to collect, store, share, organize, manage and search content within a GCDOCS enterprise repository.
Beginning March 5th, 2012 Health Canada will launch GCDOCS and implement its use across the organization. Before employees can access the system, they must complete this e-learning course. The content of the course familiarizes the learner with basic concepts and the functionality of the system to the extent that they can work comfortably and effectively within GCDOCS.