Joint Health & Safety Committee/ Representative Bundle

Joint Health & Safety Committee/ Representative Bundle

JHSCR Complete Course Bundle

Let us help your organization gain a deeper understanding of the requirements of a joint Workplace Health & Safety Committee/ Representative with the new Joint Health and Safety Bundle. This new training bundle saves learners 10% when registering for all four modules.

JHSC/HSR Course Bundle

eLearning Bundle

Buy all 4 & Save 10%



Bundle Includes:
  • Module 4 (4 Hours)
  • Module 5 (4 Hours)
  • Module 6 (8 Hours)
  • Module 8 (8 Hours)


These courses are:


The learning objectives:

  • Review the types of inspections and the importance of an inspection program.
  • Create an awareness towards the function of inspection.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of how to use inspections to improve your current health and safety program as well as to gain knowledge in identifying possible corrective actions.
  • Build an inspection form for your workplace.


Module 6: Accident/ Incident Investigation:

The learning objectives:

  • Recognize and use the seven steps in initial response to an accident.
  • Collect evidence using the four P’s.
  • Identify and use at least three methods of preserving position evidence.
  • Use nine guidelines for effective interviewing.
  • Identify the parts evidence at the scene of the accident.
  • Identify the paper evidence contained in various records.
  • Apply a five-part loss causation/problem solving model for analyzing evidence.
  • Identify losses, contacts, immediate causes, basic causes, and lack of control in the accident.
  • Develop and categorize specific remedial actions as either “temporary” or “permanent.”
  • Complete the appropriate information in an incident investigation report.



There are currently no prerequisites to this bundle however it is strongly recommended that learners complete Module 3: Joint Work Site HS Committee / HS Representative Training before beginning this bundle.


A Certificate of Achievement will be issued upon successful completion of the each of the course exams.

Module 5: Hazard Assessment and Methods of Control

The learning objectives:

Learn about Occupational Hazards and Risk

  • Categories of Hazards
  • Recognition of Hazards
  • Evaluation of the Hazards’
  • Learn a rating system and how to use a matrix effectively
  • How to justify the rating

Methods of Control

  • Learn the types of effective controls and combinations of controls
  • Complete a Practical Exercise in Hazard Analysis and Risk Control
  • Learn how to team work in using the matrix rating system and complete a justification for the rating
  • Present the findings to the group

Module 8: Understanding Workplace Violence & Harassment

The learning objectives:

  • Review the legislative requirements on workplace violence.
  • Define workplace violence.
  • Learn how to identify types of workplace violence.
  • Learn the forms of violence.
  • Learn about the negative effects of workplace violence.
  • Learn how to develop a workplace violence policy.
  • Learn how and why to include workplace violence into hazard assessments and controls.
  • Learn how to train workers and to respond and get assistance when needed.
  • Develop a response plan.
  • Learn how to investigation a workplace violence situation.
  • Debriefing a situation.


Online Course:

To successfully complete the course, the learner has 3 attempts to achieve 80% or higher on each exam.
Online duration subject to student capabilities.


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.

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