The analysis and interpretation of transportation safety legislation, standards, and policy.

Course Content

  • Legislative Processes
  • NSC Standards
  • Workplace Communication
  • Researching and Validating Transportation Safety Information

Benefits of Taking LSP

  • Ability to distinguish and explain the linkages between legislation, standards, policy, and procedure.
  • Understanding of how to read and interpret OHS, TDG, and transportation legislation.
  • Ability to explain how legislation, standards, policy, and procedures differ in application between federally and provincially governed worksites.
  • Development of skills necessary to communicate legislative information for organizational use.

Who Should Take This Course?

  • Safety Professionals
  • Management Professionals

Admission Requirements and Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class, however, LSP is CTSC and CTSP mandatory.

Mandatory or Elective Training: CTSC Mandatory, CTSP Mandatory

Student Profile: Safety Professionals and Management Professionals.

Pre-requisites: None.

Language of Instruction: English

Course Calendar

Instructor-led in-person and video conference training is offered on a calendar schedule.

Upcoming Opportunties

Watch this page for upcoming opportunities.
Instructor-Led via Video Conference
2 Days

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