Joint health and Safety COMMITtEE (JHSC) Training
Become a certified Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) member with our CPO-approved training. Available online in the virtual classroom. Become certified online with distance learning.
What is Joint Health and Safety Training?
This training gives employees and managers the opportunity to become a certified member of their organization's Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC). Participants will learn about key health and safety principles so they're equipped with the knowledge required to contribute to a safe working environment.
For companies in Ontario with more than 20 workers, having a JHSC is a legal requirement under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Not only do organizations need to have a committee, but the committee needs at least two members who have completed a CPO-approved JHSC certification course. That's where our JHSC training comes in—any employee or manager can become certified by successfully completing Part I and Part II of our CPO-approved JHSC training.
You can take JHSC training online through distance learning. Check out upcoming dates.
How Do I Become Certified?
No previous training or experience is required. You can become certified in 3 simple steps!
Step 1: Successfully complete JHSC Part I, a 3-day course you can complete in the virtual classroom or in-person in Ontario.
Step 2: Successfully complete JHSC Part II, a 2-day course. Must be completed within twelve months of completing JHSC Part I
Step 3: Successfully complete JHSC Refresher Training every three years
What Will I Learn?
Our enthusiastic trainers will help you be a confident member of your JHSC so you will be able to:
- Explain the roles and responsibilities of a certified JHSC member and other workplace parties
- Identify, explain, and demonstrate relevant health and safety legislation, and explain the purpose and legal requirements of the JHSC
- State the basic RACE methodology: recognizing, assessing, controlling, and evaluating hazards
- State the requirements for investigating accidents
- 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
Why Train with OSG?
- Largest private health and safety training provider in Ontario
- Ontario Chief Prevention Officer Approved provider of JHSC Part I and II training
- All courses are offered virtually with distance learning
- Interactive instruction and discussion from trainers with over 150 years of combined experience
Training is offered in the virtual classroom where you can learn from wherever is convenient for you. For dates, and prices, check out our course calendar.