WHSC – certification training, supporting COVID-19 efforts and much more

While COVID-19 virus workplace prevention efforts remain a key focus, other workplace hazards should not be ignored.

In fact, Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act (Ohed), Asks Employers to Solving all kinds of workplace hazards. Depending on the workplace, in addition to the COVID-19 virus, this may include exposure to toxic chemicals and altitude, violence and harassment, and any hazards such as uncontrolled energy sources or muscle-related disorders. Equally important, Employers do the same Take care of each Reasonably reasonable to protect workers from these hazards.

in spite of Employers have the greatest legal responsibility For occupational health and safety, the law recognizes the rights of others, including members of the Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) and Occupational Health and Safety Representatives. Ohed Training is also an important step in making sure that they are ready to play an important role. So why for 30 years, Employers are legally required to provide JHSC members Certification training.

Do you have to sign up? Do you need to face new and old dangers? Why not start today? Train with Ontario’s only government-run health and wellness training center. Sign up for the upcoming Certification training -Certificate Part 1, Certification Part II and Certification Renewal: All are provided in a comfortable and secure virtual room. We have weekly programs through December. Do not delay that class sizes are covered.

Verification, details

If your workplace employs 20 or more workers or if the assigned material is on site, the Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) is required. In this case, employers must “perform” certification training At least two JHSC members, One employee representative and one administrative representative, including renewed JHSC certification Part 1, JHSC certification Part II and JHSC certification.

Although many jobs choose to train their entire committee Building domestic manpower capacity To help identify and control all hazards. In small workplaces, some employers are aware of the importance of this training and will ensure that health and safety representatives complete it.

Other training needs

The Health and Safety Act also requires employers to meet additional training requirements. For support, WHSC has provided the following schedule Necessary or necessary programs In the coming weeks and months.

WHSC-Planned Virtual Classroom Training

  • Federal Committees and Representatives
  • Indoor air
  • Internationally agreed WHMIS
  • Psychological Hazards and Workplace Mental Health
  • Workplace Violence and Harassment
  • Lock
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Supervisor Training

Physical training planned by WHSC

Can’t find what you need? Beyond Planned lessons, And we can work with you to coordinate any job training courses for all employees, workplace representatives and supervisors when participants participate.

Still need more information?

Call your local WHSC training service representative.
Email: contactus@whsc.on.ca
Visit: www.whsc.on.ca
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