Learn the specific hazards.
Part Two builds on what you've learned in Part One and is the final step to becoming a certified member of a Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC). This is where you will learn how to identify and control significant hazards specific to your workplace/sector, and develop health and safety action plans to address those hazards.
Part Two training can begin as soon as you finish Part One. You can even register for both parts at the same time - you don't have to wait for Part One test results from the Chief Prevention Officer (CPO). Taking both parts back-to-back helps ensure that information is fresh and learning is more effective. However, it is important to note that Part Two must be taken within 6 months of completing Part One.
After finishing Part Two, you will receive a wallet card as proof of your certification status.
Choose your training option.
Part Two focuses on sector and workplace-specific hazards and, similar to Part One, is offered in various formats, making learning flexible and accessible.
- Public Classroom - with locations across Ontario, you receive interactive, instructor-led training that encourages learning and networking.
- On-Site Classroom - our instructors come to your workplace - any shift, including weeknights and weekends - making this an ideal option for group training.
The minimum requirement for JHSC Certification Part Two training is two days (or 13 hours). All participants must meet the minimum training requirement to successfully complete the program. If portions of the program are missed, the participant will be required to retake the training.
All of the below options meet the CPO requirements for Part Two. Simply pick the one that's best for your workplace and register on-line or call 1 877-494-9777 ext. 0.