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Authority Delegation Training (G110) - Module 8: Protecting the Workplace

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Type: Online
Duration: 01:00 hours
Status: Active

To do their jobs effectively, public service managers are expected to have a solid understanding of their roles, responsibilities and accountabilities. Module 8 of Authority Delegation Training examines management's obligations regarding security, information management, and health and safety in the workplace. Participants will learn about the different legislation and policies governing their responsibilities within each of these management areas and how to comply with the legal framework when making decisions.

Topics include:

  • identifying management obligations for protecting the workplace
  • reviewing the different legislation and policy instruments regarding each management area
  • making effective decisions that comply with the legal framework

Notes:

To complete this training, participants must finish all eight modules of the Authority Delegation Training course. The course evaluation will only be forwarded upon the completion of Module 8.

Learn more about Authority Delegation Training.

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More about this course
  • Topics: Government priorities; Information management; Respectful and inclusive workplace
  • Community: Assistant Deputy Ministers; Directors; Directors General; Executives; Managers; Supervisors
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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