8 Hours (8:30am – 4:30pm)
JHSC Refresher training is generic to all workplaces that require both employer and certified member, regardless of workplace sector. Joint health and safety refresher topics include:
- Occupational Health and Safety Law
- Rights, Duties, and, Responsibilities of the Workplace Parties
- Hazard Recognition, Assessment and, Control and Evaluation of Hazards
- Joint Health and Safety Committees
- Duties and Responsibilities of JHSC Members and Certified Members
- Health and Safety Resources, Best Practices and, Challenges of a JHSC
All necessary training equipment is provided by Mentor Safety.
Program Objectives: Certified members play an essential role in the Internal Responsibility System (IRS) for the occupational health and safety of Ontario workplaces. To be effective in their duties, these members need a broad foundation of knowledge. The learning outcomes in the JHSC Refresher training provide a framework that includes familiarity with workplace hazards that can be applied to the member’s specific workplace.
The refresher training will update learners on any legislative, regulatory or equipment (technological) changes, which may impact Joint Health and Safety Committees.
Prerequisites Required: Chief Prevention Officer learner number is required (located on CPO issued card)
If you do not have your CPO issued card, call 1-877-202-0008 and ask for your CPO learner number.
Only learners who have successfully completed a CPO Approved Joint Health and Safety Committee Part 1 & 2 training program delivered by CPO approved JHSC training provider are eligible to take refresher training and receive a new CPO proof of completion card.
Who would benefit: Anyone who took a CPO approved JHSC Part 1 & 2 program 3 or more years ago.
Regulations and Guidelines: JHSC Refresher training is valid for three (3) years from the date of successful completion of the original Chief Prevention Officer Approved program. All learners who wish to maintain the validity of their JHSC training past this three year period need to successfully complete refresher training.
Required: Photo I.D must be present at the beginning of class. Proper footwear is required, no open-toe shoes or high heeled shoes allowed. If you do not meet these requirements, Mentor can refuse you access to the classroom and you will not receive a refund.
Participants must bring their copy of the Occupation Health and Safety Act (OHSA, Green Book).
Mentor Safety uses qualified trainers with industry experience and the safe practical use of necessary equipment.
We can come to your location or you can come to our new Industrial Safety Training Centre. Contact us today for your group price.