Workplace-Specific Hazard Training is specific to the needs of individual workplaces. It augments and complements Part One, Basic Certification. Both parts are required to become to become a certified member of the Joint Health and Safety Committee.
Participants will learn:
- A review of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Conduct workplace hazard assessment
- Identify significant hazards
- Determine training needs.
- Ensure at least two designated members complete this workplace specific training.
Length – Is typically dependent on the number of hazards in the workplace
Designated members must:
- Meet the goals of the Workplace-Specific Hazard Training
- Complete their training
- Co-sign the form with their employer confirming the training
Topics may include:
- Slips trips and falls
- Electrical safety
- Fall protection
- Machine guarding
- Lifting devices
- Personal Protective Equipment