Carla Oliver is an Occupational Health and Safety and Human Resources Consultant specializing in workplace investigations, occupational health and safety, environmental, risk management, government investigations, and workers' compensation law. Carla has worked for and with global organizations and provides practical advice and representation of employers regarding the planning, implementation and monitoring of a variety of different management systems. Carla conducts human resources training and gives courses and seminars to executives, management of employers on a variety of topics including risk management and due diligence for managers and supervisors, workers compensation claims management, workplace ethics, and the identification and assessment of hazards.
Carla has conducted a variety of workplace investigations, workplace inspections and audits for OHS, environmental managements, risk management and corporate social responsibility systems. She has been directly involved on Joint Health and Safety Committees as a certified management member. Prior to focusing on workplace risk management, Carla worked in human resources and managed the benefit and pension programs. Carla assisted employees to return to work following workplace injuries and has been involved with developing and monitoring modified work plans.
Carla worked for several years in the United States for a multinational employer and was involved in business needs assessments, marketing, business ethics, anti-corruption management systems and risk management. Carla achieved a Masters of International Business Management which strengthened her knowledge of global strategies, international corruption laws, and working in different business cultures.
Carla has earned the Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation in 2011. Carla is an instructor at the University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies for the Occupational Health and Safety program.