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If your Ontario company has 20 or more employees, then under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), you are required to obtain JHSC Certification.
For most companies, compliance means having at least two committee members - one worker and one management representative - certified in health and safety. For mushroom, greenhouse, dairy, hog, cattle, and poultry farming operations, JHSC Certification training is required if there are 50 or more workers.
To learn more about the comprehensive Joint Health and Safety Committee Certification Training Program, including an overview of the training process, please visit the JHSC Certification Overview page.
It's important to note that JHSC certification consists of two parts that must be completed sequentially. After finishing JHSC Part 1 training, it is important to complete JHSC Part 2 training within 12 months. Failure to do so will require the completion of JHSC Part 1 training again in order to maintain certification. To maintain your certification status, regular participation in refresher trainings is necessary. These refresher trainings, scheduled every three years, help you stay up to date with the latest knowledge and skills in the field, ensuring your ongoing commitment to workplace health and safety.
This comprehensive ergonomic workshop provides participants with a proven methodology that identifies root cause problems in a practical hands-on training environment.
Participants will learn an effective and efficient way of completing office ergonomics assessments highlighting issues that contribute to musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). This workshop emphasizes methods to recognize, assess and determine practical solutions for MSD risks.
To find out more about the benefits and groups avilable discounts visit the page: Conducting Ergonomics Assessment