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  • Certification Part 2 Emergency Services Sector POLICE Specific Hazards Training

    Length: 2 days Continuing Education Credits: Certificate, 1.3 CEU Points As the second part of the JHSC certification process, Sector Specific Certification assists JHSC members with issues particular to their work environment. To complete Certification Part Two, both management and worker members of the JHSC must receive training in the significant hazards found in their workplace. Upon completion of Certification Part Two, participants will be able to identify the hazards commonly found in the Emergency Services POLICE settings, and describe how they may cause injury or illness. The program will enable participants to effectively recognize and assess these sector specific hazards, as well as outline methods for controlling them. Participants will also learn about relevant legislation, standards and guidelines.
    Who's This Course for? Appropriate for the Emergency Services POLICE sector, this program is the second part of the training process for individuals to be certified under guidelines established and enforced by the Ministry of Labour. Workplaces that regularly have 20 or more employees must have at least two personnel that have completed the certification training. To complete the Certification program, you must receive training in the significant hazards found in their workplace. Sector Specific Certification assists JHSC members with issues particular to their work environment.
    Prerequisite Certification Part One Training Part Two is a continuation of what you have learned in Cert One. You must take Part One before Part Two according to the new Training Standard which took effect March 1, 2016.
    What hazards are covered?
    • Recognizing, Assessing, Controlling and Evaluating Hazards
    • Musculoskeletal Disorders
    • Driving
    • Chemical Agents
    • Biological Agents
    • Workplace Violence and Harassment
    • Slips Trips and Falls
    • Shoreline Rescue
    • Traffic Protection
    • Electrical
    • Fire Range
    • Psychological
    • Action Planning
     
    Onsite sessions are available contact your local consultant to arrange this.

    $305.00
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    Join Dr. Ash Bender as he discusses the intersection between mental stress, illness and resilience and provides some specific actions workplaces can take to build resiliency.

    Exposure to chronic mental stress is known to have negative effects on employee health and behaviours.

    Understanding factors associated with job stress provides opportunities for intervention by changing work practices and prevention by building resilience.

    Resilience generally describes characteristics or capacities enabling individuals and organizations to recover from adversity and use available resources adaptively...the ability to "bounce back".


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    Community Care Chemicals

    This community care web tutorial is intended to increase awareness of safe handling of household cleaning products, safe disposal of sharps after giving drugs or medications and signs and symptoms of chemical exposure. These community care web tutorials were developed through a collaboration with the Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres (OACCAC). This partnership led to a focus group and subsequent development of short awareness e-learning programs to complement the eight hazard categories discussed in the booklet "Community Care: A Tool to Reduce Workplace Hazards." The online tutorials outline the various hazards faced by community care/home care workers, and provide suggested controls at the worker, service provider and CCAC level. The modules were originally developed by PSHSA in partnership with the Ontario Community Support Association (OCSA) and St. Clair West Services for Seniors (SCWSS), with funding from HealthForce Ontario of the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC). Length: Approximately 10 minutes View Now

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    Community Care Chemicals (French)

    This community care web tutorial is intended to increase awareness of safe handling of household cleaning products, safe disposal of sharps after giving drugs or medications and signs and symptoms of chemical exposure. These community care web tutorials were developed through a collaboration with the Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres (OACCAC). This partnership led to a focus group and subsequent development of short awareness e-learning programs to complement the eight hazard categories discussed in the booklet “Community Care: A Tool to Reduce Workplace Hazards“. The online tutorials outline the various hazards faced by community care/home care workers, and provide suggested controls at the worker, service provider and CCAC level. The modules were originally developed by PSHSA in partnership with the Ontario Community Support Association (OCSA) and St. Clair West Services for Seniors (SCWSS), with funding from HealthForce Ontario of the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC). Length: Approximately 10 minutes  

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    Community Care Driving

    This community care web tutorial will describe safe driving techniques and practices that will help you prevent a workplace injury related to motor vehicle incidents. These community care web tutorials were developed through a collaboration with the Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres (OACCAC). This partnership led to a focus group and subsequent development of short awareness e-learning programs to complement the eight hazard categories discussed in the booklet "Community Care: A Tool to Reduce Workplace Hazards." The online tutorials outline the various hazards faced by community care/home care workers, and provide suggested controls at the worker, service provider and CCAC level. The modules were originally developed by PSHSA in partnership with the Ontario Community Support Association (OCSA) and St. Clair West Services for Seniors (SCWSS), with funding from HealthForce Ontario of the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC). Length: Approximately 10 minutes View Now

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