Joint Health & Safety Committee
WorkSafeBC has specified training for Joint Committee members as follows; “All joint committee members selected on or after April 3, 2017, must receive eight hours of training and instruction.
$200 + GST
Pricing is stated for regular open enrolment training. Private class pricing may vary based on a few factors.
Does not expire
While this course does not technically expire, committee members are entitled to 8 hours of paid training each year.
Takes 8 Hours
We budget for a full day of training. In some cases, we may finish a bit earlier. Regardless, the topics get covered diligently.
Duties and functions of a joint committee
Rules of procedure of the joint committee
Requirements around conducting incident investigations
Requirements around conducting regular workplace inspections, and how to make regular inspections
Requirements around responding to a refusal of unsafe work
Requirements for annually evaluating the joint committee Additional organization-specific topics as desired
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does the online training work?
- Fall Protection User Manual
- Damaged Equipment for the inspection activity
- Harness, Lanyard, and Anchor connector suitable for the work being done. THIS IS ONLY if the student does not already have this equipment on hand. This is an equipment LOAN to help the student have the best quality training materials available.
Is this a cookie cutter course?
NO! The only cookie-related experience will be how SWEET this course is… get it?
For real though. We use a standardized agenda of topics to ensure we meet the regulatory requirements, however that’s about it. Each session is different based on the people attending. If we’re running a private session, the inspections and investigations will be directly related to the company. In most cases, we use the company’s existing procedures to make the training as relevant as possible.