Joint Health and Safety Committee Certification
JHSC Certification Training: Part Two
About Part Two Training
JHSC Certification Training Part Two is a two-day course which fulfills the second component of the requirement for certification training. Since Part Two Training builds on concepts gained in Part One of the certification training process, Participants should have already completed Part One before registering for Part Two. This training program is also sometimes referred to as workplace specific hazard training because it focuses on workplace hazards that are considered likely to cause injury or illness to a worker.
Our public Part Two training course is primarily designed for workplaces that provide general management or administrative support services (please see the list of hazards we will consider under Key Concepts). Learners will gain the knowledge and resources to identify, assess, and control the workplace hazards under consideration. Successful participants will be granted status as certified members by the Chief Prevention Officer.
If you feel that the hazards significant to your workplace are different than the ones we will discuss in this course, please see the section below regarding Onsite Training.
- Part 1 Certification within the last 6 months
- Learners should be fluent in spoken and written English and should be able to comprehend legal concepts and language
Please visit our calendar of events for course dates and locations. Ons-site training is also available for a minimum of 6 participants. Please inquire for details.
$369 + HST
- JHSC Part 2 Participant Manual
- Provincial hazard priorities
- Slip, trip and fall hazards
- Violence and harassment
- Workstation ergonomics
- Manual material handling
- Indoor air quality
- Fire and life safety
- Action plans to address hazards
- Employer recommendations
Learners will be evaluated throughout the course based on their participation as well as the completion of action plans for each hazard related to their workplace.
Complete Safety Resources provides a Record of Completion to all successful participants upon completion of Part Two Certification Training. Official status as a certified member will be issued by the CPO after the participant has successfully completed both Parts One and Two within the prescribed time period.
Refresher training must be completed within 3 years of Part Two Training in order to maintain Certified status.