Public Services Health & Safety Association (PSHSA) works with Ontario's Public and Broader Public Sector employers and workers, providing occupational health and safety training, resources and consulting to reduce workplace risks and prevent occupational injuries and illnesses. These are just a few of the sessions we have coming up.
As a Thank You to our valued clients for choosing PSHSA for your JHSC Training we are donating $20,000 to Threads of Life and Parachute Canada!
We thank our team and our clients for your continued support.
From March 1 - June 30, PSHSA will donate $20 per person enrolled in Certification Part 1 and will donate $20 per person enrolled in Certification Part 2 JHSC Training to these same 2 charities!
If you take advantage of our bundled offer of $700, for both Certification 1 & 2 together PSHSA will donate $40.
Threads of Life helps families of workplace tragedy along their journey of healing by providing unique family support programs and services. Parachute, a national charity dedicated to injury prevention, will direct PSHSA donations to support programs focused on keeping children safe at home and at play. Supporting this initiative ensures your workers are trained and safe with confidence. At the same time your donation gives the gift of hope to families affected by workplace tragedy and provides digital access to educational materials that will keep children safe.
This training program helps keep Building Inspectors safe on the job by exploring various job-specific hazards, such as mould and asbestos, confined spaces, and energy sources.
At the end participants will be able to:
Identify and assess common hazards
Recognize whether proper controls have been implemented in order to protect their safety
This training will provide building inspectors with the skills and knowledge regarding their responsibilities on the job as it relates to health and safety as well as consideration to applicable job related hazards.
The program enhances a participants' knowledge of legislated health and safety responsibilities, the internal responsibility system, worker's rights and the supervisor's role in workplace management.
Upon completion of this program, participants will have met the requirements of section 27 of the Act in relation to supervisor/manager competency. This program is designed for all supervisors and managers and is applicable across all sectors.