Joint Health & Safety Committee Training

It’s the Law! If your company has 20 or more employees, you must, by law, have a Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC). Legislation also specifies that one worker and one manager of every JHSC must be trained in the fundamentals of health and safety and both members must be trained in workplace-specific hazards. This training is known as Certification Part One and Certification Part Two.

JHSC Certification Part One

Training modules include:

Health and Safety Law
Joint Health and Safety Committee Roles and Responsibilities
Hazard Recognition, Assessment and Control
Workplace Health
Workplace Inspection
Accident Investigation

JHSC Certification Part Two

Training modules include:

Manual Materials Handling
Mechanical Materials Handling
Lifting Devices
Violence and Harrasment
Office Ergonomics
Personal Protective Equipment
Who should attend:
Operation managers, supervisors, workers’ compensation claims administrators, human resource managers, OHS managers, office managers, health and safety members and representatives.

We conduct JHSC Certification training at our Concord training centre. Onsite training is also available. Contact us for cost and scheduling details.