- Language: English
- Duration: 60 minutes
A Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) is team of individuals that represent both management and workers, who act together to address workplace health and safety concerns, as well as support an organization’s Internal Responsibility System. For most provinces and territories in Canada, it is mandatory for workplaces that regularly employ 20 or more workers to form a Joint Health and Safety Committee.
This comprehensive JHSC program is designed to assist the employer with their responsibility to ensure that a committee is established within the workplace. The course also helps inform employers and JHSC members about the roles and responsibilities within the committee.