JHSC Certification Training Part Two


All participants are required to learn about a minimum of six hazards (two days of training). They will review key concepts of Part One training including hazard recognition, assessment, and control methods, and evaluation of the hazard controls. They will also review the provincial hazard priorities and practice applying a hazard management tool to these priorities.

For each hazard, the participants will:

  • Describe the hazard and how it may cause injury or illness;
  • Identify the relevant legislation, standards and guidelines for the hazard;
  • Describe how to recognize and assess the hazard;
  • Describe ways of controlling the hazard;
  • Describe ways of evaluating the hazard control(s);
  • Using an actual workplace scenario, practice completing a Hazard Management Tool;
  • Create a draft action plan and recommendations for each hazard; and
  • Using an actual workplace scenario, prepare an action plan to control each hazard and prepare sample recommendations to the employer.

Day One

  • Confined Spaces in the Workplace
  • Machine Hazards in the Workplace
  • Heat Stress and Cold Stress in the Workplace

Day Two

  • Driving Hazards in the Workplace
  • Slips, Trips and Falls in the Workplace
  • Biological and Chemical Hazards in the Workplace

Day Three

  • Prevention of Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Violence and Harassment in the Workplace
  • Stress in the Workplace

In order to meet the needs of our customers, HSPI delivers JHSC Training Part Two in a unique way. When you sign up for our training, you will see that you have several options; Day One and Two, Day Two and Three; Days One, Two and Three, and Day One and Three. We have set it up this way so that you can choose to participate in two (or three) days that best suit the hazards identified in your workplace. If you have any questions, please email us