Bill 30 comes into effect on June 1st, 2018. On that day every employer in Alberta with more than 4 workers must comply with Bill 30 and have representatives and processes in place to protect the health and well-being of working Albertans. As with any new law, the first step towards compliance is training your employees. Under Bill 30 there are different expectations for large and small employers. We’ve outlined the legislative training requirements for both below:
The exact requirement for training providers to deliver Join Workplace Health and Safety Committee (JWHSC) training is still being developed and SafetyVantage is working with the AASP to develop training content aligned with the standards that are currently being finalized. Training will be available soon…..
The following Courses cover some of the duties of Joint Workplace Health and Safety Committee (JWHSC) Members and Health and Safety Representatives (HSR):
Bill 30 requires every employer to ensure, as far as it is reasonably practicable, that none of the employer’s workers are subjected to or participate in Workplace Violence and Harassment(Part 1, Section 3(1)(c)). The following online training courses are recommended:
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