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JHSC / ILT / Construction Industry / Resource and Heavy Industry / Utilities Industry / Manufacturing Industry / Transportation Industry / Technical Services Industry / Health Care Industry / Hospitality Industry / Office Industry

JHSC Certification – Part 1 and Part 2 Instructor-Led Training

SKU: SAF200244

Price $599.95 CAD $599.95 CAD
# Seats

Joint Health and Safety certification is required for employees in Ontario to become part of the Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC). For companies with more than 20 employees, these committees play a vital role in creating, and maintaining internal health and safety programs. Danatec is offering virtual, instructor-led training over a period of 5 days to ensure you are prepared to understand your responsibilities, and the regulations around Occupational Health and Safety. Upon completion of the JHSC certification training participants will be able to:

  • Describe the certification process and explain the role of the Joint Health and Safety Committee certified member.
  • Describe the importance of occupational health and safety and outline the roles of each of the workplace parties.
  • Identify occupational health and safety legislation, demonstrate how to access information from it, and explain the basic rights, responsibilities, and training requirements.
  • Describe the purpose, legal requirements for, and rights, duties, and function of JHSCs and describe how a functioning JHSC works.
  • Describe the categories of hazards and the basic process of recognizing, assessing, and controlling hazards, and evaluating the hazard control
  • Practice hazard recognition, assessment, and control, and evaluation of the hazard controls.
  • State the requirements for, and describe the processes for, reporting and investigating fatalities, critical injuries, work refusals, and complaints of dangerous circumstances.
  • Review and understand the legislative requirements for access to occupational health and safety information and demonstrate how to access typical sources of OH&S information