Part Two Workplace Specific Hazards training objectives focus on the concepts of recognition, assessment, control of hazards, and evaluation of the hazard controls. Participants will learn how to apply these concepts to a minimum of six hazards for a particular sector or sub-sector relevant to their own workplaces. The learner will also practice drafting action plans and recommendations for the employer through an activity. The employer will conduct a workplace hazard assessment to select the most appropriate Part Two Workplace Specific Hazards training for their JHSC members. Employers are encouraged to conduct this assessment in consultation with their existing JHSC members.
Part Two Workplace Specific Hazards Modules (Minimum 2 Days):
- Part One Review: RACE
- Chlorine Gas
- Client Care Safe Handling
- Confined Space Awareness
- Driving Hazards
- Emergency Preparedness
- Extreme Temperatures
- Flammables Combustibles
- Housekeeping – Slips, Trips, Falls
- Indoor Air Quality
- Infection Control
- Lockout Tagout
- Machine Equipment Hazards
- Manual Material Handling
- Noise Hazards
- Pedestrian Awareness
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Traffic Control
- Violence & Harassment
- Workplace Electrical Hazards
Have a Workplace Specific Hazard that’s not on this list? Please contact us for additional information. Please note, that depending on your workplace sector and how many modules you require, the training may take more than 2 days to complete.
What if You Miss the 6 Month Deadline?
Part Two Workplace Specific Hazards training must be completed within six months of successfully completing Part One Basic Certification training. If more than six months have passed, participants must either take a JHSC Refresher course before taking Part Two Workplace Specific Hazards training, or click here to apply to the MOL for a one time extension.
What if I’m Certified Under the Old Standards?
If someone takes the Part 1 under the old standard, they do not have to take Part 2 within 6 months because that is a requirement under the new standard. In essence, the Part 1 doesn’t expire so they can take the Part 2 at any time. Once you take the Part 2 under the new standard, you will now be in the new process of taking the JHSC Refresher course every 3 years. If you took both the Part 1 and Part 2 under the old standards, then you don’t have to take the refresher program every 3 years.
JHSC Refresher Certification:
After completion of the Part One and Part Two certification, participants are required to take a 1 day JHSC Refresher training every 3 years to stay current with all updates pertaining to the JHSC programs.