Legal Requirements as Required By the OHSA and Regulations:
Section 9(12) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act requires an employer to ensure that at least one member of the committee representing the employer and at least one member representing workers are certified.
Course Content / Elements Covered:
JHSC Certification Part One training is generic to all workplaces that require certified members, regardless of workplace sector.
JHSC Certification Part Two focuses on sector and workplace-specific hazards and is where participants will learn how to identify and control hazards that are present at their workplace/sector, and develop health and safety action plans to address those hazards.
Only a CPO-approved training provider with a CPO-approved JHSC Certification Training Program can deliver JHSC Certification training Part One, Part Two and Refresher.
In order to be certified, learners must complete the Joint Health and Safety Committee certification training Parts 1 and 2. Part 2 must be completed within six months of completion of Part 1.
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