Certified Health & Safety Representative (CHSR)TM Certification
This program is for employees that are or want to become members of a workplace joint health and safety committee (JHSC) or health and safety representatives (HSR).
The certificate consists of 8 mandatory modules plus 2 electives which combined make up a total of 72 hours of training. It is focused on the development of your JHSC members / HSR beyond the mandatory training.
Individuals who successfully complete the 10 required modules and the individual online exam with each module (as set out below) within one year of starting will become a Certified Health & Safety Representative (CHSR)™
** Upon completing the full program, please request your certificate by e-mailing email@example.com
- Module 1: Guide to Develop and OH&S Management System (16 hours)
- Module 2: Alberta OHS Legislation Essentials (4 Hours)
- Module 3: Joint Work Site HS Committee / HS Representative Training (8 Hours)***
- Module 4: Workplace Inspections (4 Hours)
- Module 5: Hazard Assessment and Methods of Control (4 Hours)
- Module 6: Incident Investigation (8 Hours)
- Module 8: Understanding Workplace Violence and Harassment (8 Hours)
- Module 13: Fatigue Management (4 Hours)
*** Module 3 cannot be claimed if the employee is a JHSC Chair/Co-Chair or HS Representative. In those cases, the training is mandated by law.
Regularly priced at
Save up to $1,130*
*This is a 67% saving through the CAJG Grant program
Ensure that you include your electives and reference the Certification or Designation you are requesting a quote for
More on the Canadian Alberta Job Grant (CAJG)
Important Governmental Administrative requirements – you can read more here
- Training must start within six months of the approval date; and
- Training must be completed within 52-weeks from the start date of the first training module
- Training can start once the application is received by the CAJG.
- The Training Completion form must be submitted within 30 days following the last day of the course
- Payment for the program is in Full upfront prior to commencement of training
- Employers may pay for training at any time. However, the training cannot start until all trainees have signed the application and the application is received by the CAJG.
- Application to the CAJG does not guarantee approval. If in the unlikely event the application is not approved the Client is responsible for the full amount.
- Employers may choose to receive two payment instalments by contacting the Canada-Alberta Job Grant team.