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JHSC CERTIFICATION - PART 2;
WORKPLACE-SPECIFIC HAZARD TRAINING
1-3 day training programs
In Ontario, at least one management member and one labour member of a company’s Joint Health and Safety Committee must be certified. Certification involves a 2-part process:
Part I is a generic training session provided through a variety of Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) approved trainers. STACS Inc. can coordinate Part I training for clients; see the contact information at the bottom of this page.
Part II involves training on the Significant Hazards in the Committee Member’s workplace. As a result of this requirement, Part II Training is customized to each client’s specific needs.
The training subjects will be specific to each client, based on their Significant Hazard Inventory. However Certification Part II Training sessions can cover topics such as:
Fall Protection and Prevention,
Chemical Hazards / Occupational Hygiene Programs.
Supervisors, Managers, Associates & other personnel requiring Certification.
Personnel that do not require Certification, but who require additional knowledge about hazards in their workplace.
Course Length and Options:
This session length will vary depending on the list of Significant Hazards identified. Generally speaking, 2-3 days of training are required to address the Significant Hazards in a typical workplace.
STACS Inc. can assist in the identification of Significant Hazards within any workplace. Once the Significant Hazard Inventory is complete, STACS Inc. can provide a specific list of training topics as well as a training schedule in order to achieve Part II Certification.
STACS Inc. will submit a Record of Training (ROT) to the WSIB for Certification purposes upon successful completion of the training program.