Explain the role of a certified member and other workplace parties
Identify, explain, and demonstrate health and safety legislation, and the purpose and legal requirements of the JHSC
State the basic methodology of recognizing, assessing, controlling, and evaluating hazards
State the requirements for investigating accidentsLearn More about JHSC Part I
Describe key concepts from JHSC Part 1
Describe the process of hazard recognition, assessment, control, and evaluation
Apply the RACE methodology to each hazard module
Create a draft action plan and recommendations
* JSHC Part 2 training must be completed within 6 months of JHSC Part 1 trainingLearn More about JHSC Part 2
Participate in interactive learning
Stay on track with your JHSC and workplace safety needs
Take advantage of continuous learning and improvement
Assess the six most common workplace hazards using the RACE model
Provincial employers in Ontario employing 20 or more regularly employed workers must have a Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) consisting of at least two certified members, one member representing workers and one representing management.
Committees have a primary responsibility to work together with the employer, to work within the internal responsibility system (IRS) to identify hazards, and to make recommendations for improving worker safety. Our course teaches JHSC members about their roles and responsibilities and how to exercise them.
All paperwork for JHSC Part 1 and 2 must be submitted to the Ministry of Labour by April 30, 2016 to be certified for life under the 1996 training standard.
There is no deadline for completing JHSC Part 2 under the new standard. However, once you successfully complete JHSC Part 2 under the new standard, you will be required to take refresher training every three years.