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JHSC Certification Refresher Classroom Training Program
Length: 1 day
Continuing Education Credits: JHSC Certification Refresher Certificate, Certification Letter of Reference from MOL upon completion
To become fully certified JHSC members, participants successfully complete both the JHSC Certification Part 1 Training Program and JHSC Certification Part 2 (Sector-Specific or Workplace-Specific hazard training).
To support ongoing learning for certified members, the new Program Standard has introduced Refresher Training. Those certified by the CPO under the new training and other requirements established on October 1, 2015 are required to take Refresher Training every three years to maintain their certification
Appropriate for all sectors, this program is intended as a refresher to the Certification Part 1 and Certification Part 2 training programs. Completion of the refresher program renews individual's certification status and maintains the certification under guidelines established and enforced by the Ministry of Labour. Workplaces that regularly have 20 or more employees must have at least two certified personnel.
Onsite sessions are available contact your local consultant to arrange this.
When working on or around equipment with electrical or other energy sources it is very important to learn about lock-out and tag-out procedures. Lock-out and tag-out procedures must be correctly followed to prevent you and others from electrocution, amputation, other serious injuries or death.
Appropriate for all sectors, this course is for all workers as an awareness and for individuals who work as facilities management personnel, housekeeping staff, custodians, caretakers, machine operators, maintenance workers, and others who work on or around equipment that has electrical or other energy sources.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Describe energy hazards requiring lock-out procedures
- Identify and assess the sources of energy that need to be locked out in your workplace
- Identify the relevant legislation and regulations that apply to lock-out
- Describe the main steps in performing a lock-out to control electrical and other hazardous energy sources
- Discuss the need for lock-out policies and procedures specific to your workplace
approx. 1 hour
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) eLearningWhile performing your duties, it is important that you ensure you are performing your tasks safely. One method of controlling hazards and protecting yourself from illness or injury is to ensure that you correctly use personal protective equipment (PPE). This course will provide you with information to be able to identify the common hazards at your workplace that require PPE. It covers the role of PPE, hazardous noise, head protection, eye/face protection, hand protection, foot protection, body protection and types of respirators. The purpose is to provide awareness and information on generic PPE controls, which can be complimented by further job or task specific training and requirements. Appropriate for all sectors, this training is designed for all workers as an introduction and awareness module to common PPE. Course objectives include; Identify the common hazards at your workplace that require PPE and identification of the appropriate personal protective equipment selected by your supervisor for specific tasks. Length: This course will take approximately 1 hour to complete. This course is also available to upload onto your own Learning Management System. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Return to Work - Claims Management and Privacy Classroom Training
Length: Half day
Continuing Education Credits: N/A
"PSHSA’s Return to Work: Claims Management and Privacy is a half day course provides information for persons responsible for managing the return to work program. It is designed to provide basic information for managing the RTW process including return to suitable employment in a timely matter. Specifically, this course will walk participants through the life of claim until the end of the claim process including a focus on privacy, confidentiality.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to identify and describe; Describe the steps involved in case management and implementation of the Return to Work program including:
- Benefits of disability management
- Life of a claim
- Managing the RTW program
- Role of the supervisor in RTW process
- Privacy, Confidentiality & the Return to Work Process
Return to Work - Legislation and Program Development Classroom TrainingLength: Half day Continuing Education Credits: N/A PSHSA’s Return to Work: Legislation and Program Development is a half day course that provides information on the legislation requirements and developing a return to work program. The program also includes information on roles and responsibilities, procedures and policies, duty to accommodate and bona fide occupational requirements that impact job retention. There is also sample documentation in the appendix section. By the end of this course, participants will be able to identify and describe;
- Workplace trends that impact return to work
- Benefits of Return to Work Program
- Applicable federal and provincial legislation related to people with disabilities and return to work
- Elements of the return to work program
- The five steps in the development of a comprehensive return to work program