Joint Work Site Health & Safety Committee/
Health & Safety Representative Training

To meet Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) legislation, an employer must:

  • establish a Health & Safety Committee if the employer has 20 or more full or part-time workers in total, OR
  • designate a Health & Safety Representative if the employer has 5 to 19 full or part-time workers in total.

Employers can use an alternate approach to meeting these requirements with approval from an OHS director.

Every employer in Alberta must ensure their Health & Safety Committee co-chairs/representatives take the MANDATORY Joint Work Site H&S Committee/H&S Representative Training through a designated training Agency.

The AHLA has been designated to deliver Joint Work Site H&S Committee/H&S Representative Training pursuant to s.29(1) and (2) of the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act.

To register for this training, and to view our other training courses,
please visit the AHLA’s Health & Safety Training Portal.