62.5. An employer must, in addition to his obligations under section 51, implement a training and information program with respect to hazardous products, the minimum content of which is prescribed by regulation.
An employer must also ensure that the training and information received by a worker, during the periods and in the cases prescribed by regulation, allow the worker to develop the skills required to safely carry out the work entrusted to him.
The training and information program shall be established by the health and safety committee. The procedure set out in section 79 shall apply in cases of disagreement within the committee.
Where there is no health and safety committee, the training and information program shall be established by the employer in consultation with the certified association or, where there is no certified association, with the workers or their representative, as the case may be, within the establishment.
The program must be updated in the manner prescribed by regulation.
The program shall be incorporated into any compulsory prevention program implemented in the establishment.
1988, c. 61, s. 2; 2015, c. 13, s. 5.