Joint Health & Safety Committees
Effective joint health and safety committees are intended to bring together both employer and worker representatives in order to maintain and enhance workplace safety standards. This webpage provides a range of information and resources with regard to joint health and safety committees.
Joint Health & Safety Committee Training
If you became a member of your organization’s joint health and safety committee on or after April 3, 2017, you are required to complete eight hours of training. The following free, online seminars put on by WorkSafeBC and the Employers’ Advisers Office (EAO) will fulfill this requirement
Joint Health and Safety Committees – Frequently Asked Questions
Review these frequently asked questions regarding joint health and safety committee requirements.
Joint Health and Safety Committee Fundamentals
This online course provides two of the required eight hours of training for new joint health and safety committee members.