This course provides Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) fundamentals for both forestry harvesting operations and wood products manufacturing operations.
It meets the training requirement for new joint committee members and / or worker health and safety representatives, as outlined in section 3.27 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation. It is also available to anyone with an interest.
This course is available in English only. Participants will receive a certificate of completion for finishing the course.
Upon completing this course, you should be able to:
- Explain the purposes of and refer to the Act, the Regulation, and the Guidelines as they relate to Joint Health and Safety Committees (JHSCs)
- Describe the composition, role, authority, and responsibilities of a Joint Health and Safety Committee
- Follow JHSC terms of reference to carry out the work of the committee, including: identifying unsafe situations, addressing workers' concerns about safety, making recommendations for improvements, and understanding the annual requirement for a JHSC evaluation.
Duration & Delivery
8 hours. The course consists of facilitated instruction.
Session Dates & Locations
- November 8, 2021 - Campbell River
This course can be delivered by request. Ask us about the details.
Optional - participants are encouraged to bring their company's:
- Terms of reference
- Meeting minutes
- Blank incident investigation and inspection forms
It is also recommended that participants download the WorkSafeBC OHS Mobile App prior to the course.
Cost is $336.00 (incudes 5% GST). Refreshments and lunch are included.
Submit a completed enrollment form and course fee.
Typically enrollments are processed within 3 days to allow for program review/confirmation of your request and enrollment into the appropriate course and session.