Specialty Training

Specialty Training

Speciality Training

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Speciality Programs

EMERGENCY FIRST AID/CPR

JOINT HEALTH & SAFETY COMITTEE – PT. 2

JOINT HEALTH & SAFETY COMITTEE – PT. 1

OTR – OFFROAD TIRE REPAIR CERTIFICATION

STANDARD FIRST AID/CPR

Management Development

BUILDING BRIDGES ACROSS THE GENERATION

COPING WITH STRESS

DELIVERING POWERFUL PRESENTATIONS

DIMENSIONS OF EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP

LETS GET FOCUSED ON CUSTOMERS

LETS GET FOCUSED ON MANAGEMENT

LETS GET FOCUSED ON TEAMS

POWERFUL COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES

TIME MASTERY & PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Frequently Asked Questions

The most important factor in delivering effective first aid is training and preparation. If you have all your first aid certifications up to date and have learned and practiced the material, outcomes are much more likely to be positive. In emergency situations, every second counts. By being prepared you can ensure that care is provided as soon as it is needed.

First Aid Certification is valid for a 3 year period.

A Joint health and safety committee is a group tasked with bringing a company or organization’s safety and responsibility system into practice. These committees meet regularly to discuss and manage health and safety issues, and are made up of employees and management. In smaller companies, there might be a health and safety representative in place of a committee. We offer courses designed to help you fully understand the role of the Joint Health and Safety Committee, and how to best organize one in your company.

1 to 5 employees: Your company is not required to have a Joint Health and Safety committee or a health and Safety representative, unless there are regulations specific for your work environment.

6 to 19 employees: Your company must have at least 1 health and safety representative. In some specific workplaces, you are required to have a Joint health and Safety Committee.

20 to 49 employees: Your company is required to have a Joint Health and Safety Committee with at least 2 members.

50 + employees: Your company is required to have a Joint Health and Safety Committee with at least 4 members.

Advanced Consulting and Training will help you fully understand your and your workers roles in a Joint Health and Safety Committee to ensure

At least half of the committee members must be workers - meaning employees who do not have any management role. These committee members are chosen by the workers or trade union where applicable.

The employer chooses the remaining half of the members, consisting of employees with management roles.

The Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act mandates that Joint Health and Safety Committees meet at least every 3 months. We recommend that the Joint Health and Safety Committee in your business meet more frequently, especially the work involves using heavy machinery, hazardous substances or dangerous processes.

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