What is a JOHSC?
A Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee (JOHSC) is an advisory group made up of employers and employees working together to improve occupational health and safety in their workplace.
Why is a JOHSC required?
WorkSafeBC requires a JOHSC for all workplaces with 20 or more workers.
Who represents the JOHSC?
Committee membership comprises of Management, BCGEU and FSA members. For more information see the terms of reference for your JOHSC on ShareSpace.
Contact your JOHSC
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