8 MEMBERS Online Joint Health and Safety Committee Training Nova Scotia
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ONLINE JOINT HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE TRAINING NOVA SCOTIA
Any workplace in Nova Scotia with 20 or more employees must have a safety and health committee. This course aims at helping participants to identify and interpret Nova Scotia JHSC member's functions and duties and to carry out their responsibilities to promote workplace health and safety. In Nova Scotia, WCB regulations require that all potential joint health and safety committee members receive adequate instruction and training to competently fulfill their duties as committee members. OHS Safety Manuals Canada is proud to present our 8 hour Online Joint Health and Safety Committee Training Nova Scotia Course (JOSH Committee & JHSC Training Nova Scotia) which meets and exceeds all new WCB requirements.
8 HOURS - 1 DAY
Study at your own pace - no time limit
PLACING YOUR ORDER
To place your order please click on the BUY NOW button and ensure you select the correct quantity of participants. Once you have successfully made your purchase - all study material and exams will be automatically forwarded to your provided email address. Study material will consist of handouts, PDF power point slides, videos, sample forms and final exams. Download the study material and forward the downloads to the other students (if required). Complete the final exams (3 in total) and forward all the exam(s) pages to the email provided to you - by PDF scan document or by taking pictures of each exam page (information will be provided on the final exam copies). The exams are mostly multiple choice but do have some written component sections. Your exam(s) will then be marked by one of our consultants and your signed certificate of completion will be forwarded to you by email within 1 to 2 business days. We will match the incoming number of exams to your order total.
A mark of 80% must be achieved in order to receive a certificate of completion. Participants are able to repeat the course three times in efforts to achieve the pass mark. No one fails the course.