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Joint Health and Safety Committee

Rules and Definitions


Members

CO-Chair MGMT  Steve Thorne  Health & Safety Manager  (647) 673-6264   steve@vbnsafety.ca
         
 Management  Nancy Mazzucco  Office Manager  (905) 780-8513  nancy@vbnpaving.ca

       
 Crew H&S Rep  Pasquale Lo Mazzo  John Ventrella - Supervisor  (416) 278-3543  p.lomazza@vbnsafety.ca
CO-Chair Worker  Carlo Cordi Angelo Ventrella - Supervisor (647) 568-5457 c.cordi@vbnsafety.ca
 Crew H&S Rep Joe Ferreira Tony Ventrella - Supervisor (647) 231-7654 j.ferreira@vbnsafety.ca
 Crew H&S Rep  Giuseppe Santocono  Tony Ventrella - Supervisor  (416) 717-3683  j.santocono@vbnsafety.ca


In a workplace that employs 20 or more workers on a regular basis, there is a legal requirement to have a joint health and safety committee. The minimum requirement for committee composition is one representative from management and one representative from the workers.

A brief description of the JHSC's duties are as follows:

  • Meet at least once every three months.
  • Maintain written minutes of the meetings.
  • Conduct an inspection of the work areas monthly to identify hazards (worker member).
  • Report findings and make written recommendations to senior management.
  • Support the implementation and maintenance of the company safety program.
  • Review inspection and accident reports.

On a construction project where 50 or more workers are regularly employed, the health and safety committee on the project must have at least one member representing workers and one member representing the constructor who are certified by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. In addition, the committee must ensure that a Worker Trades Committee is in place.


IHSA - Joint Health and Safety Committee - Sample Documents 



Worker’s Report of Injury/Disease

What's an eForm 6?

The eForm 6 application will guide you through the process of submitting an injury/disease report.

To file your eForm 6, you need this information:

  • Worker information ( i.e. name, date of birth, address)Employer information ( i.e. name, address)
  • Accident/Illness details ( i.e. date of accident, area of injury)
  • Health care information ( i.e. treatment date & location)
  • Employment information ( i.e. work schedule, earnings)
  • Return to work information (i.e. modified work details)

After you submit this report, you'll receive a 4-digit confirmation number. There is no need for you to fax or mail another copy of this report to the WSIB.

File your eForm 6

Are you under 16?

If you are under the age of 16, you need your parent or guardian’s signature to permit the release of your functional abilities. You may not submit online. Please use this PDF form instead.


For all eServices inquiries, including support issues,
please contact 1-888-243-1569 or 416-344-4122 
(TTY: 1-800-387-0050)
between the hours of 7:30am to 5:00pm EST, Monday to Friday.



Workwell for Employers

Our Workwell program looks at the health and safety and return-to-work performance of your workplace to see if we feel you would benefit from our support. We provide this service because we want to work together with you to make your workplace one of the safest and healthiest in the province.






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