HSC and HSR Changes

As a result of legislation changes effective December 1, 2021, AMHSA has updated our Health and safety Committee and Health and Safety Representative training! Visit our website at amhsa.net/ohs/ for additional resources and information on changes.

AMHSA now offers a 4 hour HSC and HSR course and 2.5 hour awareness course, as well as 4 free webinars.


HSC and HSR Training

Health and Safety Committee (HSC) and Health and Safety Representative (HSR) – 4 hrs

This revised course includes fully updated content to reflect new legislation and exceeds the requirements for mandatory training for all HSC members and HSRs. This 4 hour class is an excellent resource for users who want to know more than just the basics. This course has been reduced in run-time from 6 hours to 4 hours and includes opportunities for classroom discussion.

Health and Safety Committee (HSC) and Health and Safety Representative (HSR) Awareness – 2.5 hrs 

The legislation governing Health and Safety Committees (HSC) and Health and Safety Representatives (HSR) has changed substantially with the OH&S Act, Regulations and Code changes coming into effect December 1, 2021. This revised course includes fully updated content to reflect new legislation and meet the mandatory minimum training requirements and has been reduced in run-time from 6 hours to 2.5 hours (including Q&A).


Free Webinars: Important Health and Safety Committee Changes Take Effect Dec. 1, 2021

Are you a recent participant in AMHSA’s Health and Safety Committee online or classroom course? Join us to learn more about how legislation changes may affect your role as a Health and Safety Committee member or Health and Safety Representative. This is a free webinar intended to advise past graduates of the changes to legislation, and is not intended to act as a substitute for the full course.

Each webinar will run 8:30-9:30 am and will be recorded.


HSC and HSR Resources


Q&A

Q -  If I had previous training in HSC, and I take the free 1 hour webinar on the changes, is my training up to date?

A – No, you would need to take either the 2.5 Hour Awareness or the 4 hour half-day course