Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC) Refresher Training Program
JHSC Refresher is a follow-up to Parts One and Two of the Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) Certification Program.
PHASCORP is an Ontario Chief Prevention Office (CPO) approved training provider for the JHSC re-certification training program.
Virtual/ Onsite Option Available. One day/ 8 hours
Price and date availability
We offer weekly refresher training courses. Please contact your customer service representative for pricing and availability
As per the Occupational Health & Safety Act & Regulations in Ontario, recertification training must be completed within 3 years of completion of JHSC part 1 and JHSC part 2 training and certification.
Each module in this online training program highlights specific references to the JHSC Certification Training Program Standard as set out by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD). It is applicable to any workplace in Ontario. These standards are referred to as the course objectives.
Course Information:In this course, you will learn:
- Review the key points of Part One and Part Two (sector or workplace-specific hazard training) JHSC Certification training
- Cover any new legislation, developments and occupational health and safety best practices
- Receive updates on any new or emerging hazards
- Have the opportunity to share and discuss challenges and best practices
Part 2 certification learning outcomes
- Following learning outcomes will be achieved upon completion of Refresher training program:
- Review key concepts from Part One training and Part Two training.
- Understand rights, duties and responsibilities of JHSC members and certified members.
- Learn the roles, duties, and responsibilities of workplace parties.
- Review the rights, duties, and functions of the JHSC.
- Discover the concepts of hazard recognition, assessment, and control, and evaluation of the hazard controls and a Hazard Management Tool.
- Review any other applicable content from JHSC certification training as may be identified by the approved training provider or the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development.
- Describe changes or updates to relevant legislation, standards, codes of practice and occupational health and safety best practices.
- Describe changes or updates, if any, to legislation, standards and codes of practice in the last three years Describe new advances in occupational health and safety best practices, if any, in the last three years Describe hazards that have emerged in the committee member’s workplace in the last three years Provide opportunity for learners to share JHSC best practices, and to discuss JHSC challenges and potential resolutions.
- Share a best practice based on the committee member’s experience as a JHSC member.
- Share challenges based on the committee member’s experience as a JHSC member Brainstorm approaches to resolve challenges.
Who Should Take this Course?
All members of a workplace Joint Health and Safety Committee, regardless of any previous experience in health and safety. Workplaces that regularly have 20 or more employees must ensure at least two personnel have completed the certification training.
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