JHSC Certification training.
It's the law.
Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act requires every provincially regulated workplace with 20 or more employees or a designated substance on site to establish a joint health and safety committee. At least two members of this committee, one representing workers and one representing the employer, must receive approved training to become certified members.
The certification process involves three phases:
The WHSC is Ontario's most trusted training provider for good reason. Our programs not only meet but they exceed legal training requirements. We set the standard for health and safety training excellence.
We offer the following programs that are essential for equipping and supporting the important duties of certified joint health and safety committee members and health and safety representatives in small workplaces:
TRAINING The Right Thing. The Right Way.