I know what you’re thinking…what do donuts and workplace safety have in common. Other than the fact that you may be served donuts at your safety meetings or training sessions, they certainly don’t belong in the same sentence together, never mind the same article….let me explain. I had a friend and coworker back when IRead More
What is the Joint Health & Safety Committee Refresher Training and do I Require It?
Ontario’s Occupational Health & Safety Act requires all workplaces with 20 or more regularly employed workers to have a Joint Health & Safety Committee. Two of these committee members must be certified (one management representative and one worker representative). Certification requires completion of both Part I (Basic) and Part II (WPS) Certification Training for JointRead More
How can Non Certificated Joint Health & Safety Committee members play an important role on your Joint Health & Safety Committee?
While it’s fairly common knowledge that any company with more than 20 regular employees is required by law to have Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC) in place and performing their duties, but what some do not understand is the fact that a JHSC can have non certified members sit alongside their certified members. ARead More
6 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Workplace Health & Safety Training Provider
Just as there are many factors in making decisions about virtually everything in life from the car you drive, the food you eat, the clothes you wear, the house you live in, the same also holds true in making the correct decision when it comes to your workplace health & safety training provider. While costRead More