Weekly Review: February 15th-21st
In light of the recent employment requirements for Toronto Fire Services, we are now offering Emergency Medical Responder (80 Hours) course at our Markham office. Dates are as follows for Session 1! Spots are limited, and you can register online (www.rescue7.net).
Session 1 Dates:
Day 1 – Monday, February 29, 2016
Day 2 – Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Day 3 – Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Day 4 – Friday, March 4, 2016
Day 5 – Saturday, March 5, 2016
Day 6 – Sunday, March 6, 2016
Day 7 – Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Day 8 – Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Day 9 – Thursday, March 10, 2016
Here is (left to right) R7’s John McEachern, Jeff Yurek, MPP for Elgin-Middlesex-London (Health Critic), Patrick Brown, Leader of the Official Opposition of Ontario and CEO John Collie. The visit took place at Patrick’s Office at Queen’s Park to discuss public access defibrillation in Ontario.
“I had Instuctor Lisa 3 years ago and was fortunate to have her teach the course on February 11th, 2016. She is by far the best instructor I ever had and is very easy to understand plus, she makes the course interesting. Lisa’s teaching technique feels like I’m learning from a good friend.”
We love to hear what you thought of your class! Just give us a call or an email: you can find our contact information on our website (www.rescue7.net)!
Joint health and safety committees (JHSCs) and multi-workplace joint health and safety committees (MJHSCs) represent workers and employers at Ontario workplaces. An MJHSC is a single JHSC, established and maintained for more than one workplace, each of which would normally require its own JHSC.
Some members of a JHSC must receive training called ‘certification’ to perform their duties effectively.
Rescue 7 is undergoing approvals of the new standards, and will soon be able to offer the required certifications for companies. The standards are as follows:
JHSC Level 1
1996 Standard: Minimum of 2 days
New Standard: Minimum of 3 days (19.5 hours)
JHSC Level 2
1996 Standard: Minimum of 1 day
New Standard: Minimum of 2 days (13 hours) and must be secured within 6 months of the level one and training must be provided by approved by the MOL.
1996 Standard: Not required
New Standard: 1 day (6.5 hours) every 3 years
For more information, read this or call or email Rescue 7!