Workers Health & Safety Centre

JHSC Certification. Final 2021 training opportunities are filling fast!

Is complying with mandatory joint health and safety committee certification training still on your 2021 to do list? If so, Workers Health and Safety Centre can help.  

WHSC has December seats left in our scheduled, legally-mandated Certification Part ICertification Part II and Certification Refresher courses — all offered in convenient and COVID-safe online, virtual classrooms.
 
Our superior learning environment includes:
✅ Live online learning on a secure Zoom platform
✅ Highly qualified instructors with considerable real-world experience
✅ Small class sizes designed for maximum engagement
✅ Proven class activities for assured learning.

Each course is also delivered at an affordable price and with the required approval of Ontario’s Chief Prevention Officer. Training participants need only supply a high-speed internet connection and a computer or tablet with a functioning camera, microphone and speakers.

Don’t delay. Classes are filling fast. Register at
https://www.whsc.on.ca/Training/Training-Registration/JHSC-Certification-Training

Certification, mandatory and essential

Employers have the greatest legal responsibility for the protection of workers. Though Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) also recognizes the rights and obligations of others to play an important role in pursuit of prevention, namely joint health and safety committee (JHSC) members and worker health and safety representatives. 
 
If your workplace employs 20 or more workers or a designated substance is onsite, the OHSA requires the establishment of a JHSC. In this case, employers must also "carry out" approved Certification training for at least two members of the JHSC, one worker representative and one management representative, including Certification Part ICertification Part II and Certification Refresher

Though, many workplaces elect to train all JHSC members adding to their in-house capacity to address the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and to ensure the many other workplace hazards aren’t overlooked. In smaller workplaces where worker health and safety representatives are mandated, some employers recognize the utility of this training and ensure they complete it too.

Additional essential training scheduled

Health and safety law also requires employers to meet additional training requirements. In support, WHSC has also scheduled the following required or essential programs also scheduled in virtual classrooms n the coming weeks and months:

✅ Ergonomics and MSDs
✅ Indoor Air­
✅ Globally Harmonized WHMIS
✅ Psychosocial Hazards and Workplace Mental Health
✅ Workplace Violence and Harassment
✅ Lockout
✅ Supervisor Training
✅ Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Road.



Meantime, WHSC-scheduled in-person training includes Working at Heights and Working at Heights Refresher training.

Don’t see what you need? Beyond the scheduled classes listed above, and where participant numbers warrant, we can work with you to coordinate almost any of our training courses for all workers, workplace representatives and supervisors.
  
Need more information still?
Call a WHSC training services representative in your area.
Email: contactus@whsc.on.ca
Visit: www.whsc.on.ca
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