Ontario JHSC Certification Training

MLTSD JHSC CERTIFICATION
CERTIFICATION PART 2 TRAINING

The Part 2 Certification Training helps put concepts to practice through hazard-specific training. Dunk & Associates’ Part 2 Training meets and exceeds the minimum standards set out by the Ministry and Labour, Training, and Skills Development (MLTSD) and is applicable to many workplaces in Ontario, regardless of sector.

As an employer, you should complete a hazard assessment and select a Part 2 provider who offers training relevant to your own high-rated hazards. You do not need to use the same provider for Part 1 and 2 training. Dunk & Associates has selected hazards which are common to many workplaces, regardless of sector. Case studies and examples are wide in scope so learners can see how the hazard will be at play in their own work setting. The goal of Part 2 training is that learners become familiar with applying R.A.C.E. (recognize, assess, control and evaluate), regardless of the hazard.

Certification Part 2 is composed of seven (7) learning modules which make up 13 hours of training. Part 2 Training must be completed within 12 months of completing Part 1. Failure to complete within the designated time frame will result in Part 1 needing to be taken again in full.

1.    Module 1: Review of Key Concepts

2.    Module 2: Control of Workplace Violence, Harassment and Bullying

3.    Module 3: Control of Infections, Diseases, Viruses and Pathogens

4.    Module 4: Control of Chemical Hazards (WHMIS)

5.    Module 5: Control of Musculoskeletal Injuries and Disorders

6.    Module 6: Control of Slip, Trip and Fall Injuries

7.    Module 7: Housekeeping, Racking and Storage

EVALUATION METHODS

 

There are a variety of evaluation methods used throughout Part 2 Training. They are both formative and summative. A detailed breakdown of evaluation is provided in your participant manual.

During each module, there are a variety of activities to put your knowledge through the test. These activities are done either individually or as a group. When attending our training sessions, be prepared to participate and be called upon.

At the end of Part 2, learners must complete a final activity as a group. This involves a sample scenario, completion of a draft action plan and making recommendations. After the final group activity, learners will complete a final evaluation to ensure they have achieved all learning outcomes. The final evaluation is comprised of 15 true/false and multiple choice questions. Learners will be provided with 30 minutes to complete their final evaluation and will receive real-time feedback on their results. Upon successful completion, a Part 2 training certificate will be awarded.

DELIVERY MODE

Dunk & Associates Part 2 Certification is offered via distance learning and in-class by request. 

A schedule of our sessions is posted under the training schedule. We do require at least 6 learners in each session, to a maximum of 25. 

When attending distance training, please ensure you can meet all technical requirements.

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Please be aware that once you register for a session, you are committed to attending it. Missing a registered webinar will require a $75 administration fee. Because numbers are limited, not attending a session takes away the ability for another learner to attend. If you need to cancel, please contact Dunk & Associates within 48 hours of the scheduled session.

In addition, Dunk & Associates can also offer training in-person (delivered as two full days of training) at your own location. Contact us for more information. Additional fees apply.

During your training, our facilitators will lead and guide participants through the learning outcomes. We include discussions, pop quizzes, activities, legislation look-ups, and more. Participants are asked to share stories, experiences and participate in discussions.

TIME COMMITMENT

See the approximate time allocation below for Part 2 Training. Training is delivered over 2-3 days depending on the session selected. Time commitment may be longer or shorter based on the number of questions generated by the group.

Please note that training via distance learning requires each learner's complete time and attention. This means being online, present and participating throughout the entire duration of the session (start to end). Learners should be prepared to be online promptly at the designated start time.

1.    Module 1: Review of Key Concepts (1 hour)

2.    Module 2: Control of Workplace Violence, Harassment and Bullying (2 hours)

3.    Module 3: Control of Infections, Diseases, Viruses and Pathogens (2 hours)

4.    Module 4: Control of Chemical Hazards (WHMIS) (2 hours)

5.    Module 5: Control of Musculoskeletal Injuries and Disorders (2 hours)

6.    Module 6: Control of Slip, Trip and Fall Injuries (2 hours)

7.    Module 7: Housekeeping, Racking and Storage (2 hours)

8.    Final Activity and Evaluation (1.5 hours)

Distance & In-Class (2 Day Delivery)

Day 1

8:00am-8:30am: ID Verification, Introduction and Housekeeping

8:30am-9:45am: Module 1: Review of Key Concepts (with 15 minute break)

9:45am-11:45am: Module 2: Control of Workplace Violence, Harassment and Bullying

11:45am-12:15pm: Lunch

12:15pm-2:30 pm: Module 3: Control of Infections, Diseases, Viruses and Pathogens (with 15 minute break)

2:30pm-4:30pm: Module 4: Control of Chemical Hazards (WHMIS)

 

Day 2

8:00am-8:15am: Introduction and Housekeeping

8:15am-10:30am: Module 5: Control of Musculoskeletal Injuries and Disorders (with 15 minute break)

10:30am-12:30pm: Module 6: Control of Slip, Trip and Fall Injuries

12:30pm-1:00pm: Lunch

1:00pm-3:15pm: Module 7: Housekeeping, Racking and Storage (with 15 minute break)

3:15pm-4:30pm: Final Activity and Final Evaluation

Distance & In-Class (3 Day Delivery)

Day 1

8:00am-8:30am: ID Verification, Introduction and Housekeeping

8:30am-9:45am: Module 1: Review of Key Concepts (with 15 minute break)

9:45am-11:45am: Module 2: Control of Workplace Violence, Harassment and Bullying

11:45am-12:15pm: Lunch

12:15pm-2:30 pm: Module 3: Control of Infections, Diseases, Viruses and Pathogens (with 15 minute break)

 

Day 2

8:00am-8:15am: Introduction and Housekeeping

8:15am-10:30am: Module 4: Control of Chemical Hazards (WHMIS) (with 15 minute break)

10:30am-12:30pm: Module 5: Dealing with Hazards (with 15 minute break)

Day 3

8:00am-8:15am: Introduction and Housekeeping

8:15am-10:30am: Module 6: Control of Slip, Trip and Fall Injuries (with 15 minute break)

10:30am-12:30pm: Module 7: Housekeeping, Racking and Storage

12:30pm-1:00pm: Lunch

1:00pm-3:00pm: Final Activity and Final Evaluation

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DISTANCE (WEBINAR) LEARNING

If you select to complete your training via distance learning, you must be able to meet our technical requirements.

  1. Access to a high-speed internet connection (Bandwidth requirements can be heavy for distance learning).

  2. Computer or Laptop (no tablets or other mobile devices)

  3. Headphones

  4. Installation of the Adobe Connect program

  5. Microphone

  6. Web-camera

It is a requirement to be on-camera throughout the entire duration of your distance training. Attending training and failing to meet the technical requirements is not the responsibility of Dunk & Associates. Learners will be removed from the group and a $75 administration fee will be applied to reschedule training.