Criteria for Occupational Safety Card Instructor TrainingThe approved criteria for Occupational Safety Card training instructors includes the following:
- having actively participated in occupational health and safety, for example, served two terms as an occupational safety representative
- having worked in a shared workplace in the manufacturing industry or a technical field
- having completed an occupational health and safety basic training course, minimum length five (5) days
- having practical experience as an instructor
- having completed the two-day Occupational Safety Card instructor training.
Instructions for Applicants to the Training1. Familiarize yourself with the course leader criteria
The occupational safety training or separately mentioned substitute training must be completed before the instructor training begins. In addition, applicants must have experience of working in a shared workplace in an industrial/technical field.
In the transport industry, the above criterion means that the applicant must have experience of working in an industrial field related to heavy goods vehicle traffic which cannot be substituted with passenger traffic experience.
Assignments within an occupational health and safety organization, supervisory positions and work related to familiarization and job introduction are considered occupational health and safety experience.
If you need assistance regarding the criteria, please contact the Centre for Occupational Safety contact persons.
2. Fill out the application for the instructor training. The application is sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are only accepted via email.
3. If you meet the criteria, you can reserve a place on a training course provided by the Centre for Occupational Safety.
4. The Centre for Occupational Safety evaluates the criteria approximately one month before the course.