Joint Health & Safety Committee Certification - Part One

3 days


The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires that certain members of a Joint Health and Safety Committee be certified through a two-part training program. Delivered over a three-day period, this first part will give participants a thorough understanding of occupational health and safety legislation, rights and responsibilities of workplace parties, and essential principles for the identification and control of hazards in the workplace.

Course Components

  • Internal Responsibility System
  • Understanding the law and its enforcement
  • Employer responsibilities and worker participation
  • Joint Health and Safety Committees
  • Health and safety policies, programs and reviews
  • Hazards identification, assessment and control
  • Workplace inspections and investigations
Participants must complete JHSC Part Two training within 12 months of completing Part One in order to qualify for certification.


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