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Health and Safety Representative (HSR) eLearningThis training program covers the fundamentals of workplace health and safety including HSR responsibilities and duties, legal requirements under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), hazard recognition and control, workplace inspection and investigation techniques and prevention resources. This training can help participants to fulfil their responsibilities as a HSR and to be an effective role model in the workplace protecting co-workers through the promotion of health and safety. It will cover the essentials of HSR role, including how to:
- Identify and control hazards
- Resolve health and safety complaints and issues
- Participate in investigations of work refusals
- Develop, implement and monitor programs
- Inspect workplace on a regular basis, and to
- Investigate incidents and accidents such as critical injuries and fatalities
Implication of Bill 18
A recent update to Ontario law, Bill 18 may have some implications on your workplace that you might not know; This webinar will help you understand how to better protect your business and employees. Bill 18 expands the definition of ‘worker’ to ensure OHSA coverage unpaid learners and co-op students. It also holds temporary help agencies and their clients accountable for certain employment standards violations, such as failure to pay overtime, regular wages and public holiday entitlements. It also expands employment protections to cover all foreign employees who enter the Ontario job market as a foreign temporary employee or immigration program. This webinar is approximately 33 minutes in length. This webinar is presented by PSHSA and guest speaker from the Ministy of Labour.
On November 6, 2014, the government passed Bill 18, Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy Act 2014. The Bill amends a number of Ontario's labour and employment statutes. This webinar is applicable to all sectors and is designed to provide viewers with the changes, impact and implications that this new bill has on workplaces.
Length: 33 minutes
JHSC Certification Part 1 Blended Training ProgramLength: 2 days in class + 6.5 hour eLearning module
Continuing Education Credits: Certificate of Completion
This program is the first part of the training process for individuals to be certified under guidelines established and enforced by the Ontario Ministry of Labour. Workplaces with 20 or more regular employees must have at least two personnel who have completed the certification training.<p
Upon completion of Certification Part One, participants will understand the relevant legislation as well as their legal rights and responsibilities. Participants will also learn about common workplace hazards and key steps to addressing these hazards. This knowledge will prepare participants to carry out workplace inspections and accident investigations and enable them to function effectively as JHSC members.
The JHSC Certification Part 1 - Blended Training Program is made up of two parts: JHSC Certification Part 1 eLearning (2 modules, 6.5 Hours total) JHSC Certification Part 1 Classroom Session + Evaluation (2 Days)
Upon registration, instructions on how to access to the eLearning will be emailed to each learner. Prior to the Classroom Session, participants must successfully complete both eLearning Modules, including a quiz at the end of each. You will not be able to register for the in-class component until you finish the eLearning component. Once you have completed the eLearning component you will receive an email that has a link to the in-class sessions that are available. You will then select one and register for it. Available classroom sessions for the Classroom Module can be viewed below to help plan your time.
Please note that the final evaluation administered at the end of the classroom module will test on knowledge obtained in both the eLearning Modules and the Classroom Module.
Who's This Course for?This training is applicable to all employees at all levels across all sectors.
Onsite sessions are available, contact your local consultant to arrange this.
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