Once the JHSC members have successfully completed ‘Basic Certification Training’, they are required to fulfill the requirements of ‘Part 2 – Specific to Construction Workplaces’. This involves performing a risk assessment to ensure proper RECOGNITION, of hazards in the workplace. Training is required in properly assessing those hazards and implementing adequate controls.
Based on Your Hazard Assessment, the Following Hazard Modules would apply to your Workplace:
- Review of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations that pertain to Construction
- Housekeeping and Fire Safety
- Personal Fall Protection
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Safe Use of Hand Tools
- Scaffold Safety
- Thermal Conditions (Heat and Cold Stress)
- Traffic Control
- Trenching and Excavations
Who Should Attend?
JHSC Members and Health and Safety Reps. Employers, Managers, Supervisors
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