The TSC course provides students with the understanding of the Worker’s Compensation Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation for BC. Students will be able to explain the history of safety and the basic principles for an Occupational Health and Safety program and well as the roles within it.


Upcoming Classes


To qualify for the Trade Safety Coordinator (TSC) course and subsequent certification, a person must be at least 16 years old and have the physical ability to perform first aid skills required to complete the learning tasks. Completion of our first aid course Occupational First Aid Level 1 is recommended but not required.



$799 per person plus GST (all course material included).

* Please be advised we have a 5 business day cancellation policy.

Note: mainland safety will be using universal group training material for the instruction purposes approved by universal group.


Certification for the Trade Safety Coordinator course requires full participation and course attendance. Candidates must demonstrate practical skill competency and achieve 75% in their assignments and 75% on the exam. Upon successful completion, the participant will receive certification that is valid for five years and will be able to complete the Construction Safety Officer (CSO) program.


Course Content

The participant will be able to understand:

  • Communication
  • Meetings
  • Crew Talks
  • History of Safety
  • WorkSafeBC – Roles of the board and officers
  • Due Diligence
  • Principles of occupational health and safety
  • Hazard Assessment
  • Emergency Management
  • Training & Education
  • Inspection
  • Joint Health and Safety Committees/Workers representatives’ roles and functions
  • Incident Investigation

Course Length

The duration of the TSC course is 35 hours over 5 classroom days. Universal Health and Safety offers an ideal learning environment with well-appointed facilities and using the latest technology to better the learning experience.