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Overview

Health & Safety Committee Co-Chairs or Representative’s shall be permitted to take the greater of 16 hours or the number of hours they would normally work during two shifts, to attend work site health and training programs, seminars or courses of instruction.

This one day course will explain the legislative requirements to determine if HSC co-chairs and/or HS representatives are required. It will

  • Outline what to include in the terms of reference
  • Summarize and describe the duties, roles and responsibilities of a H&S committee and/or H&S representative including explainingtheHSC/HS Representative’s role in:
    • hazard identification and control
    • workplace inspections
    • incident investigations
    • workplace violence and harassment

Who should take this course?

MANDATORY for Health & Safety Committee Co-Chairs or Representatives

Anyone who wants to increase their knowledge of workplace health and safety

Duration: 6 hours in class

Course Prerequisite: Part 1: Worksite Health & Safety Committees/Representatives Training.

Registration of the mandatory FREE prerequisite Part 1: Worksite Health & Safety Committees/Representatives visit the CCOHS website at https://www.ccohs.ca/distributors/alberta/

**Please choose Business and Professional Services as the industry when registering**

Ticket Pricing 
Member$89.00
Non-Member$189.00
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