Recent Notices to Members

ACSESS Ontario - JHSC Training

Joint Health and Safety Committee Certification Training
2 Day Training – BIG SAVINGS

Don't delay on your training as changes to regulations take effect March 1, 2016. ACSESS is hosting, in collaboration with Proactive Health and Safety Solutions Inc., a TWO day Part 1 Basic Certification course which is extended to include Part II.

Ontario provincially regulated employers with more than 20 employees are required to have 2 certified members on their committee. ONE certified member representing management and ONE certified member representing the employees. Certified Members must complete Part 1 and Part 2 training in order to meet provincial requirements.

Note: MOL Regulations will be changing March 1, 2016. Changes include: Mandatory 3-day Part 1 Training and a 2-Day Part 2 Training with a 1-day refresher course every 3 years.

Complete Part 1 and Part 2 prior to March 1 so that the new changes do not affect you. Read more at:

Date: Thursday February 25th, 2016 & Friday February 26th, 2016
Location: CHSI 5110 Creekbank Dr, Mississauga, ON – Training Room 9
Time: 8:30am to 4:30 pm. One hour Lunch Break. Both Days.
Cost: $450 ACSESS Safety Group Members, $500 Members, $525 NON Members


Please note: This course includes all presentation material with Provincially Recognized Certification upon course completion.

James Ebidia CRSP, ASA, RN

James is the founder and president of Proactive Health and Safety Solutions (PHSS) specializing in occupational health, safety management systems development, auditing and training. For over 25 years James has been practicing as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional both in the private and public sectors and as a public speaker. He has been involved with many industries such as manufacturing, retail, nuclear, federal and municipal governments, telecommunications and restaurants and the staffing industry to name a few.

James has worked with the ACSESS since 2008 in providing support to the Ontario Safety Group Members and assisting staffing organization develop their health and safety programs to ensure employee safety and legislative compliance.

James has worked with ACSESS in dealing with the Ministry of Labour to address the unique health and safety challenges of the industry.