Online courses

Welcome to Road Safety at Work’s portal of free online road safety courses. The courses provide practical, easy-to-use learning to help you improve road safety in your workplace.

Preventing workplace crashes is smart business – it saves lives and avoids serious injuries, property damage, downtime and lost productivity. These courses are created to help you do just that.

Who should take these courses?

If you are an employer or supervisor of people who drive as part of their job, or if you have a role in making or implementing road safety decisions in your organization, these courses are designed with you in mind.

As an employer, supervisor or manager, you have important responsibilities for the health and safety of employees when they are behind the wheel. These courses provide relevant information and guide you through the free toolkits and resources available on the Road Safety At Work and Shift into Winter websites. They will help you plan, build, implement and monitor policies, practices and procedures that work for your organization.

Current course list

Understanding Employer Road Safety Obligations - provides a practical overview of statutes as they apply to road safety in BC workplaces.

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment - explains hazard ID and risk assessment using a road safety perspective and illustrates two methods you can apply to the driving-related hazards your employees encounter.

Controlling Exposure to Driving-Related Hazards - uses the Hierarchy of Controls framework to explain ways to eliminate or minimize the risks their employees face when they drive.

Winter Driving Safety - provides you with the tools you need to plan, implement and monitor a winter driving safety program in your organization.

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