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On October 1, 2015, the Chief Prevention Officer (CPO) established new Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) Certification Training Program and Provider Standards. On that day, the CPO also established new training and other requirements that a committee member must fulfill in order to become a certified member.

The implementation of the new standards will help to ensure consistent occupational health and safety training for certified members of a Joint Health and Safety Committee.

These guidelines have been published to assist employers and other workplace parties to determine how to meet the training and other requirements a member must fulfill in order to be certified.

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