JHSC Certification Part 2 - Forestry

Duration: 
2 days
Price: 
$360.00
Language: 
English
Sector: 
DateTimeLocationRemainingPriceIncludes Lunch
October 09, 20198:00am - 4:00pmCarpenters Local Training
1306 Capital Way, Innova Park
Thunder Bay, ON
20$400.00Yes
December 03, 20198:00am - 4:00pmCarpenters Local Training
1306 Capital Way, Innova Park
Thunder Bay, ON
20$400.00Yes

Please select the session that you would like to register for. If that session is full, please contact training@workplacesafetynorth.ca to be added to a waiting list.

In order to receive certification, members of joint health and safety committees must complete both Parts 1 and 2 of JHSC Certification training. While Part 1 training focuses on general health and safety principles for JHSC members, Part 2 provides hazard-specific sector training that gives learners the knowledge and skills to recognize assess and control hazards in their workplace and to evaluate hazard controls. This includes understanding how to identify the relevant legislation, standards, guidelines and best practices as they apply to the hazards in question.

Each section of the two-day course reviews a significant hazard in forestry operations, including  musculoskeletal disorders, slips, trips and falls, machine guarding issues, lockout processes, struck-by hazards and mobile equipment hazards. The course also provides a review of the content of JHSC Certification Part 1 training.

Prerequisites: 
Intended Audience: 

The course is designed for JHSC members who have already completed Joint Health and Safety Committee Certification Training Part 1 and are interested in completing their certification process.

Additional Information: 

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Confirmation of Identification:

The instructor will be required to verify participant’s identification by checking valid photo ID prior to the start of the course. Please ensure that you bring one of the following accepted identification credentials with you: Canadian or foreign passport; Canadian citizenship card; Immigration and Refugee Report; Enhanced driver’s licence issued by Ontario; or Ontario Health Insurance Card.

NOTE: Failing to provide the proper credentials will result in a non-completion of the training program and no record of training will be issued.