Health & Safety Program

Customized Development | Timeline: 2-4 Weeks

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Package Overview

Every business has different needs for their health and safety program, and our team of Advisors are able to guide you through to process of updating or creating a health and safety program that meets your needs.

Our Advisors are experienced across industries and are able to assist in the development of a program and implementation of a management system that meets your internal needs to keep workers safe and lost time low, but also any relevant external requirements from vendors or regulators.

If you have questions for an Advisor about such as what is required for your project or workplace, you can schedule a consultation, send a message or call our team directly at (866) 756-5552.

Available Services:

Review of Existing Program & Policies
Site Visit & Process Audit
Program & Policy Development
Digital & Hard Copy Provided
Recommendations Report

How can we help?

Next Steps

  1. We work collaboratively with you and all stakeholders to understand your objectives and establish key results.
  2. We will review all existing health and safety documentation and processes.
  3. We will visit the workplace(s) and identify key program elements related to business operations.
  4. We will prepare a health and safety program that meets the standards related to your workplace (depending on workplace, programs will include hazard analysis, training, inspections, incident investigation, JHSC, safe work procedures and violence and harassment).
  5. When the program is ready, we will prepare a report and review with key personnel and management.

Why is a Program Required?

Each province and territory has within their Occupational Health and Safety Act a requirement that employers of a particular size prepare and review annually a written occupational health and safety policy, and to develop and maintain a program to implement that policy.

This includes drafting a series of policies that address specific workplace health and safety hazards, and may include safe work procedures and emergency planning. It is the Employer’s responsibility to take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of a worker

Several provinces have prepared guidelines to assist employers in understanding their obligations, including: AlbertaBritish Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario.