Online Joint Health and Safety Committee Training 8 Hours
YOUR JHSC COMMITTEE WILL REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 4 MEMBERS + 2 ALTERNATES BY REGULATION IN BC. ALL COMMITTEE MEMBERS MUST BE TRAINED AND CERTIFIED AS PER REGULATION IN BC.
Our Online Joint Health and Safety Committee Training BC course is in full compliance with the BC Occupational Health and Safety Regulations & Workers Compensation Act.
The joint health and safety committee supports the employer's duty to ensure a healthy and safe workplace. The joint safety committee brings together representatives of the employer and the workers, to identify and help resolve health and safety issues in the workplace. The joint safety committee plays an important role in your occupational health and safety program, giving workers and employers a way to work together to identify and find solutions to workplace health and safety issues. Any workplace with 20 or more employees must have a joint health and safety committee in BC, while those with between 10 and 19 workers must have a designated worker health and safety representative in BC. This course aims at helping participants to identify and interpret JHSC member's functions and duties and to carry out their responsibilities to promote workplace health and safety.
As of April 03, 2017 WorkSafeBC requires that all potential joint safety committee members in BC must receive 8 hours of instruction and JHSC training. Empire Safety Solutions is proud to present our 8 hour JHSC Training BC (JOSH Committee BC Training) course which meets and exceeds all new WorkSafeBC requirements.
Our 8 hour online joint health and safety committee JHSC training course, will assist employers and participants on how to start-up a committee at your workplace, how to effectively implement a JHSC, duties and functions of members and as a team, and the OHSR regulation.
PLACING YOUR 0RDER
To place your order please click on the BUY NOW button and ensure you select the correct quantity of participants. Once you have successfully made your purchase - all study material and exams will be automatically forwarded to your provided email address. Download the study material and forward the downloads to the other students (if required). Complete the final exams (3 in total) and forward all the exam(s) pages to the email provided to you - by PDF scan document or by taking pictures of each exam page (information will be provided on the final exam copies). The exams are mostly multiple choice but do have some written component sections. Your exam(s) will then be marked by one of our consultants and your signed certificate of completion will be forwarded to you by email within 1 to 2 business days. We will match the incoming number of exams to your order total.
Certificate of completion is valid for 2 years. A mark of 80% must be achieved in order to receive a certificate of completion. Participants are able to repeat the course three times in efforts to achieve the pass mark.
A Minimum of 4 members must be present at your monthly JHSC meeting. All members must be certified and trained. It is recommended to also train 1 to 2 alternates. 50% can be management reps and 50% can be employee reps. You cannot have more management reps on your committee than employee reps. For example 2 managers; 4 employees is good. Employee Reps must be elected by the workers.
Worker Compensation Act Part 3
When is a committee required
What is a JHSC
What is a committee’s role
Organizing the committee
Committee Representation and Size
Selection of members and alternate members
Co-chair and secretary duties
Terms of reference (rules of procedure) review
Activities of a committee
How to Listen and Deal with Worker Complaints
Refusal of Unsafe Work Procedures, Right to Know and Right to Participate
JHSC Meeting Procedures
When should a meeting be conducted
Annual evaluation of the JHSC
Sample JHSC Meeting Agenda Review
Sample JHSC Minutes Review
How to conduct a meeting & tips for smoothly running a meeting
Committee educational leave
Proper record keeping
What is an incident investigation
Purpose of incident investigations
Employer and Supervisor Responsibilities
Who should conduct an investigation
When should an investigation be conducted
Responding to an incident
Investigations Steps: collecting facts, conducting interviews
Determining the root cause
Sequence of events
Corrective actions and follow up
Reporting Types: preliminary report, interim corrective action report, full investigation report and full corrective action report.
Sample Incident Investigation Form Review
What is a workplace inspection
Purpose of a workplace inspection
Reporting Hazards and Unsafe Conditions
Hazard Rating System
What to look for during an inspection?
When to conduct a workplace inspection?
Correcting unsafe conditions or acts
Sample workplace inspection checklist