JHSC Certification, Part 1

JHSC Certification, Part 1

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A program that is designed for those who are to be a member of a Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC) in their workplace. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: The Internal Responsibility System (IRS), Hazard Management, and Incident Investigations.

What is a joint health and safety committee?

A joint health and safety committee (JHSC) is composed of worker and employer representatives.

Which workplaces must have joint health and safety committees?

LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENT:

No. of Workers: 1 to 5

You are not required to have a JHSC or a health and safety representative unless a designated substance regulation applies to your workplace.

No. of Workers: 6 to 19

You are required to have one health and safety representative who is selected by the workers they represent. If a designated substance regulation applies to your workplace, you are required to have a JHSC.

No. of Workers: 20 to 49

You are required to have a JHSC. The committee must have at least two (2) members.

No. of Workers: 50 plus

You are required to have a JHSC. The committee must have at least four (4) members.

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