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Asbestos BC


Asbestos   ON
Behavior Based Safety/Job Observations

Canada-Best Practices

Chemical and Biological Hazards AB, BC,SK,ON

Confined Space AB,BC,NS,ON,SK


Containers and Storage BC

Cranes, Hoists and Lifting Devices AB, (Trucks) BC,ON,SK

Demolition Work BC


(Progressive) Discipline-Best Practice

Drug and Alcohol Policy - Best Practice


Electrical Safety AB, BC,ON,SK, Best Practice

Emergency Preparedness and Response AB, BC, Federal, Site Specific (Best Practice)

Emergency Procedures BC

Environmental-Sustainability Canada-Best Practices

Ergonomics BC, SK

Ergonomics/Manual Material Handling AB

Evacuation and Rescue BC

Fall Protection Canada AB,BC,NB,ON,SK, Best Practice


Fatigue Management Canada-Best Practice

Fire and Explosion Hazards AB


Fire Protection SK,NS,NT,ON

First Aid AB, BC,NB,NS,ON,SK,Federal

Fit for Duty Canada-Best Practices


Flammable and Combustable Substances BC,SK, Best Practice

General Health and Safety Requirements AB,BC, Mining-BC,SK,Federal

General Waste Management Canada-Best Practices

Ground Disturbance AB,ON,  SK, Canada-Best Practice

Harassment SK

Hazard Assessment AB,Federal


Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Canada - Best Practices

Health & Safety Awareness Training (New Employee Orientation) 

ON


Hot Work AB,NS,ON,SK
Hot Work Canada Best Practices

Hot Work Surface/Underground SK

Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) AB,BC,SK

Impairment BC

Incident Reporting and Investigation - SK,Federal,  Best Practices & BC Mining,

Job Competency Canada-Best Practices


Journey Management Best Practices

Ladder Safety AB,BC,ON,SK

Ladders & Temporary Platforms NB

Lead ON


Lockout Tagout AB,BC,NB,NS,SK

Lockout Tagout Canada Best Practices

See Chapters available (per Province) Table at Bottom of this Web Page

Machine Guarding AB,BC,NB,NS,ON,SK

Machine Safety SK

Management of Change Canada-Best Practices

Manual Material Handling SK

Noise AB,BC,ON,SK,Federal

Oil and Gas BC


Overhead Power Lines AB

Personal Protective Equipment AB,BC,NS,ON,SK,Federal

Powered Mobile Equipment AB,ON,SK,BC, Mining-BC

Preventative Maintenance Canada-Best Practices

Radiation Exposure BC,MB, NT,QC


Respiratory Protection AB,BC,ON,SK

Rigging AB,BC,ON,SK

Rights and Responsibilites BC


Right to Refuse Unsafe Work Canada Best Practice

Safe Return to Work Canada Best Practice


Scaffolds AB

Short Service Employee Canada-BestPractices

Silica AB,BC

Spill Prevention and Response Canada-Best Practices

Storing and Handling BC

Subcontractor Management Plan Canada-Best Practices

Temporary Work Platforms BC,ON,SK


Thermal Exposure BC,NB

Tools and Machinery BC

Tools, Machinery and Equipment BC

Transportation (Commercial Vehicles) AB,BC,ON,SK,Federal, Best Practices

Transportation of Dangerous Goods AB,BC,NS,SK,Federal

Transportation of Workers BC

Vehicle Safety Canada-Best Practices

Vibration BC

Violence in the Workplace BC

WHMIS AB,BC,NB,NS,ON,SK,Federal

Work Area Guards BC

Work Area Requirements BC

Working Alone AB,BC,NB,SK

Workplace Conduct BC


Workplace Violence AB,BC,NS,ON,Federal

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OK, for starters, you need to do three things before you even think about submitting your safety manual for review:

 1)  Get the list of every safety chapter you will need to address in your safety manual from them.  There are going to be 5 - 20 chapters depending on the line of work you are in.

 2)  Print  ON PAPER  a "hard copy" of every Checklist that you will need to submit.  You will need to write on this "hard copy" the page number AND paragraph/section where each checklist line item is addressed in your manual.  

3)  You need to double check my work and edit ** your manual before sending your manual off for review.  Call me at 800-205-1050 if you encounter any discrepancies between my material and your printed checklists, before you submit.  I'll work with you to get it current and right.

**(edit??   What does he  mean "edit" ?   Keep this in mind: We provide you with a template that addresses all of their checklist line items.  But you may need to edit and "punch up" the template!  In some cases, editing is as simple as adding your emergency phone numbers!  Some of you may need to address other/more specific Company business situations in your manual that we are unaware of, things that make your Company situation unique).  If you have any questions, please call me (Frank) ~ 800-205-1050 .   I'll walk you through the process to make it as easy as possible.  No obligation!


Here's what we did, below left!

We methodically went through our chapters and made sure the chapters included and answered every issue.  We then placed a colored location label (other than black, ie., DSP 1, below) above each different checklist answer. We then colored our answer with a different text font so that you can very quickly see where their question is answered, in our chapters!  

See our EXAMPLE below left, of our AMERICAN Disciplinary Program chapter, after we did our work.  We did +180 different chapters like this!

**(Note: The Disciplinary  Program chapter you will receive will look like the below, with the different colored font lettering.  Before you submit your completed manual  for review, DELETE the different 3-letter labels (Note: "DSP" is the...  and DSP 1  Line-Item #1).  Then, change the colored (The employee's supervisor...) lettering in the document back to BLACK.


Disciplinary Program

Note: DSP is the 3-letter location label for this Disciplinary Program chapter

Role of Disciplinary Systems in the Workplace:

The disciplinary system does not exist primarily to punish employees. Its purpose should be to control the work environment so that workers are protected and accidents are prevented. A disciplinary system helps ensure workplace safety and health by letting the Company's employees know what is expected of them. It provides workers with opportunities to correct their behavior before an accident happens.

(DSP1       Line-Item #1--   Does........................... responsible ?........

A disciplinary system is one of the keys to successfully implementing the Company's safety and health program. It ensures that the Company's rules and safe working practices are taken seriously by employees and are actually followed. It lets employees know how the Company expects them to operate in relation to the goals of the Company's safety and health program. And it lays out the actions the Company will take if individuals do not meet the Company's expectations. The employee's supervisor and all members of management are responsible for the enforcement of this disciplinary program.

A disciplinary system cannot work in a vacuum. Before the Company can hold employees accountable for their actions, the Company first needs to establish its safety and health policy and disciplinary rules.

Policy Statement:

Employees need to know the Company's position on safety and health and what the Company expects of them. They need a clear understanding of the rules and the consequences of breaking those rules. This is true in all areas of work, but it is especially important for worker safety and health. As part of the policy statement, and in the employee safety handbook, the Company has a written statement setting forth the Company's disciplinary policy. Company managers and supervisors will always be on the lookout for safety violations and will conscientiously and vigorously enforce the Company's commitment to safety.

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is BBP, Fall Protection is FLL, Ladder is LDR, etc.See the red "Note:  DSP is..." font lettering on the left?  "DSP" stands for the Disciplinary Chapter. The Bloodborne Pathogen's instruction tag is BBP, Fall

Fall

<<< See the red label "Note:  DSP is..." font lettering on the left?  "DSP" stands for the Disciplinary Chapter. The Bloodborne Pathogens  3-letter label is BBP, Fall Protection is FLL, Ladder is LDR, etc.

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<<<< See the "DSP 1  " line-item location note on the left?  DSP means Disciplinary and the 1 stands for the first checklist item 


When you want to find where DSP 1 is answered/located in your manual, use Microsoft's "Find "Option (Ctrl-F). Type DSP 1 in the "Find what:" box.  The computer will take you directly to location note  DSP 1. Then, you just look at the bottom of the page and write down the page number on your printed paper checklist.  In the left example, DSP 1 is addressed/located on page 96, 2nd paragraph.S
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<< The gold font on the left, "the employee's supervisor...", is what addresses the Disciplinary   checklist item DSP 1 within the document

.<< YOUR Business/Company name will be inserted where "the Company" phrase is used in your document (on the left example). .(Please note, in this ca.

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se, line-item DSP 1 is on page 96,  and DS

(Please note, in this case, line-item DSP 1 is answered/located on page 96, 2nd and last paragraph  and DSP 2 is answered/located on page 97, 2nd paragraph and 18 bullets.  Write this page number/paragraph down, next to the corresponding checklist line item, on your paper checklist.  You will need to tell them what page number & paragraph  your manual answers their different line-items) .

Employee Information and Training:

It is important that employees understand the system and have a reference to turn to if they have any questions. Therefore, in addition to issuing a written statement of the Company's disciplinary policy, the Company has drawn up a list of what it considers major violations of Company policy and less serious violations. This list specifies the disciplinary actions that will be taken for first, second, or repeated offenses. The Company will use the 5 Step Disciplinary System listed in Appendix B to correct minor, "General Offences" (that are listed on the next page).

(DSP2     Line-Item #2- ......................... constitutes a ............ violation)

What constitutes a Company safety violation?  The below two sections list the most common Company violations.  Some are related to safety, whereas others are related to Company policy. These sections are just a partial list....other violations may exist that are not yet listed and will be addressed as they occur.  For any activity you question which is NOT on this list, please contact your management Safety representative for a decision.

The list for immediate termination and grounds for immediate discharge are:

1) Drinking alcohol, and/or drug abuse prior to or during working hours

2) Fighting, provoking or engaging in an act of violence against another person on Company property

3) Theft

4) Willful damage to property

5) Failure to wear Personal Protective Equipment (eye protection, hearing protection, safety helmets, etc.)

6) Abuse of selected Personal Protective Equipment.

7) Not using safety harnesses and lanyards when there is a potential for falling

8) Removing and/or making inoperative safety guards on tools and equipment

9) Tampering with machine safeguards or removing machine tags or locks

10) Removing barriers and/or guardrails and not replacing them

11) Failure to follow recognized industry practices

12) Failure to follow rules regarding the use of company equipment or materials

13) Major traffic violations while using a company vehicle

14) Engaging in dangerous horseplay

15) Not following verbal or written safety procedures, guidelines, and rules

16) Failure to conduct required Physical Inspections by Company Officials

17) Failure to notify the Company of a hazardous situation, and

18) Other major violations of Company rules or policies

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Please note: Our Disciplinary Program chapter is 8 pages long.  We only put the first 2 pages here, as an example.  There's More!

DSP 2  (location note) Line item 2 on the left is a reference to their Disciplinary Chapter second line item.  See below..... 

For Info.....

Disciplinary Program

1

(This is DSP 1)

Reference: Owner .........................

Requirements: Does........................... responsible ?........

Additional Comments: ..........................................

2

(This is DSP 2)

Reference: Owner .........................

Requirements: ............................... constitutes a  ....... violation?

(See the  left DSP 2 Line Item #2 location note and the corresponding gold font 18 item list??

Additional Comments: ..........................................

(the gold text on the left describes what they require in their 2nd checklist)

3

(This is DSP3)

Reference: Owner .........................

Requirements: Does .........................procedures ......................... notice?

Additional Comments: ..........................................

4

(This is DSP4)

Reference: Owner .........................

Requirements: Does ......................... inspections of ......................... by ......................... officials?

Additional Comments: ..........................................

**IMPORTANT!!=>  When you submit your final manuscript to them, DO NOT leave the font color red or gold or blue  or green like on the left examples, above.  Change the font lettering color to BLACK.

 Your final Text should be black.  Also, DO NOT leave the different location notes, "DSP 1 Line Item 1", or "Note: DSP is the 3-letter label for the Disciplinary Program chapter"  stuff in your manual.  Delete these instruction & location notes.  Your completed document needs to be in BLACK text/font, NO Colored Text!  

If you leave the instruction/location notes in your final manual and/or leave the text colored, they will kick your manual back to you. We put together a "package deal" that includes our basic safety manual  (bottom left) and any additional chapters.  It will include your company/business name (where it says Xyz Company) (in black text) throughout the manual and you can have it within an hour (or so), TODAY, and not days, like those other outfits!


Samples from the Basic Safety Manual

(The "Xyz Company" name depicted below will be replaced with YOUR Company/Business name in black print in the manual)

Xyz Company

Table of Contents

Page
Safety and Health Policy Statement

1

Safety Education and Training Program

2

Safety and Health Communication

5

Safety Inspection Checklist

8

Employee Safety Handbook

12

First Aid and Medical Treatment

17

Personal Protective Equipment

24

Machinery Tag Out Program

26

Hazard Prevention and Control

30

Property Maintenance

31

Liability Report Form

32

Emergency Action Plan

33

Bloodborne Pathogens ........................

42

Hazardous Material Spill Response

47

Hazard Identification and Communication

49

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Form

50

MSDS Responsibilities

53

Country Safety Compliance Agency Inspection Procedures

56

Questions a Country Safety Compliance Officer Might Ask

61

Common Violations of Country Safety Regulations

63

Recordkeeping and Posting Requirements

65

(The "Xyz Company" name depicted below will be replaced with YOUR Company/Business name in black print in the manual)

Xyz Company

Safety and Health Policy Statement

.

We are dedicated to providing a safe and healthful environment for employees and

customers, protecting the public, and preserving Xyz Company assets and property.

.

At Xyz Company, our most valuable resource are the people who work for us.

Injuries can be prevented. To achieve this objective, Xyz Company will make

all reasonable efforts to comply with all government regulations pertaining to safety and

health issues. An effective Safety and Health Program will be carried out throughout our

organization.

.

The Safety and Health Program will assist management and non-supervisory employees in

controlling hazards and risks which will minimize employee and customer injuries,

damage to customer's property and damage or destruction of Xyz Company

property.

.

All employees will follow this program. This program is designed to encourage all

employees to promote the safety of their fellow employees and customers. To accomplish

our safety and health goals, all members of management are responsible and accountable

for implementing this policy, and to insure it is followed.

.

Xyz Company is sincerely interested in our employee's safety. The policy of

Xyz Company is to provide safe equipment, adequate tools and training, and the

necessary protective equipment. It is the employee's responsibility to follow the rules of

safety as established for their protection and the protection of others, and to use the

protective devices, which Xyz Company provides.

.

1

Employee Safety Handbook

At XYZ Company, our most valued resources are our employees, our customers, and the

communities we serve. We are dedicated to providing a safe and healthful environment for

employees and customers, protecting the public, and preserving XYZ Company properties

and assets. Injuries can be prevented. In order to achieve an accident free workplace, an

organized and effective Safety Program must be carried out company. wide to make this

policy work.

The Safety and Health Program will assist management and employees in controlling hazards

which will minimize employee and customer injuries, damage to customer's property and

damage to XYZ Company property.

All employees will follow this program

Please take the time to study and understand these safety policies and procedures. It is your

responsibility (and ours) to make this program work. You are a valued member of the team,

and we care about your safety.

13

Emergency Action Plan

Purpose:

To establish Xyz Company policy and procedures regarding management's and employee's response

to various emergency situations. Examples of an emergency are fire, tornado, earthquake, and

bomb threat.

Overview:

The procedures cover the following topics:

  1. Fire Reporting and Response

  2. Evacuation

  3. Tornado Preparation and Emergency

  4. Bomb Threat

  5. First Aid

  6. Hazardous Material Spill

  7. Earthquake

  8. Robbery

Policy:

Xyz Company has developed plans that address emergency situations that may

arise in Xyz Company locations and which may threaten human health and safety,

and damages Xyz Company's assets. Management is responsible for implementing

the Emergency Action Plans. These Emergency Action Plans will meet the following

objectives:

.1. Provide a means of notifying employees, customers and local authorities of an

....emergency situation.

2. Provide for a safe and orderly method of evacuation of employees and customers

....from Xyz Company's premises.

3. Account for all employees who occupied Xyz Company's premises at the time

....of evacuation, should one occur.

37


We put together a "package deal" that includes our basic safety manual  (bottom left) and any 10 additional ISN compliant chapters.  It will include your company/business name (where it says Xyz Company) (in black text) throughout the manual and you can have it within an hour (or so), TODAY, and not days, like those other outfits!

(Your Manual will not be a "split screen" like the above samples!).

Xyz Company

Table of Contents

Page
Safety and Health Policy Statement

1

Safety Education and Training Program

2

Safety and Health Communication

5

Safety Inspection Checklist

8

Employee Safety Handbook

12

Accident Reporting, Medical Treatment, Emergency Contact

17

Personal Protective Equipment in Office Procedures

23

Machinery Tag Out Program in Office Procedures

26

Hazard Prevention and Control

30

Property Maintenance

31

Liability Report Form

32

Emergency Action Plan

33

Bloodborne Pathogens in Office Procedures

42

Hazardous Material Spill Response

47

Hazard Identification and Response

49

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Form

50

MSDS Responsibilities & Training

53

Country Safety Compliance Agency Inspection

56

Questions an Safety Compliance Officer Might Ask

61

Common Safety Violations

63

Recordkeeping and Posting Requirements

65

.Xyz Company

Table of Contents

Page
Workplace Hazard Material Information System (WHMIS)-HAZCOM

66

First Aid, Medical Treatment and CPR

76

Fall Protection

84

Ladder and Temporary Platforms

98

Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)

108

Ground Disturbance

140

Electrical Safety

150

Fire Protection and Extinguishers Safety Plan

165

Personal Protective Equipment Program

176

Noise and Hearing Conservation Program

192

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The above 10 chapters are for display purposes only.  You can pick any 10 chapters and your price will only be $299.95. (This manual with 10 add-on chapters is 206 pages long!  But you can pick any 10 chapters you want)
.Need more than 10 chapters?  Only $25 for each additional chapter, you edit, or $30 we edit in your Company name (per chapter)
.
.

See our price schedule table, below

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You can have the below manual and/or chapters TODAY!

Our Price Schedule (Confused by the below Table?  Need a quick  price quote? Call Frank at 800-205-1050 / 303-457-4506.  Thanks)    

66 pg Basic Safety Manual (above example) with your Company name (edited) in it. $99.95
Only need a few Compliant Safety Chapters ?  We will put your Company name within the chapter! $30 each/edited  (or $25 each if you edit/install your own Company name).
"We Build It" Option A:   66 pg Basic Manual + ANY of the 180+ chapters.  Your name in the add-on chapters, page numbered, and additional Table of Contents page added behind the basic manual.  See bottom of this web page for List of RAVS $99.95 + $25/chapter (edited - see list below)

We build it Option B - 66 pg Basic Manual + 10 chapters of your choosing.  Your name in the 10 add-on chapters, page numbered, and additional Table of Contents page added behind the basic manual.

$299.95

30 Alberta Chapters: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20 per chapter in bulk you edit

$600 for all 30 in bulk

48 British Columbia Chapters: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20per chapter in bulk you edit

$960 for all 48 in bulk

1 Manitoba Chapter: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20 per chapter in bulk you edit

$20 for 1

10 New Brunswick Chapters: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20 per chapter in bulk you edit

$200 for all 10 in bulk

2 Northwest Territiories (NWT) 1: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20 per chapter in bulk you edit

$40 for all 2 in bulk

23 Ontario Chapters: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20 per chapter in bulk you edit

$460 for all 17 in bulk

1 Quebec Chapter: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20 per chapter in bulk you edit

$20 for 1

31 Saskatchewan Chapters: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20 per chapter in bulk you edit

$620 for all 31 in bulk

11 Canada - Federal Chapters: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20 per chapter in bulk you edit $220 for all 11 in bulk
27 Canada - Best Practices Chapters: Each $25 you edit/$30 we edit/$20 per chapter in bulk you edit $540 for all 27 in bulk

You can alway add additional chapters later, if the need arises.  Your cost will still only be $30 per edited chapter or $25 unedited

FAX us your list of chapters now:  1-720-207-9922
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Click here>> AFFORDABLE  Safety Lesson Plans and Safety Training Program

$150.00

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You're good at your job, and we're good at ours.  We don't mess around and waste your time.  We "knock this manual out"  and Email everything over to you today, within an hour (during business hours).  If we build you a manual that includes more add-on chapters, it may take longer than an hour.  BUT, we will work on your manual and have it over to you before we go to bed tonight, so you'll have it tomorrow morning. We know you still have work to do with the manual after you get it, so we get it to you ASAP, TODAY.  <    Remember, everything is written in Microsoft WORD. So you can edit, modify, add to, change, delete, move around, ANYTHING! And if you accidently mess it up, call me. I'll email it to you again. No charge. Questions?

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Frank

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List of Safety Chapters Available

Are we missing a safety chapter/ topic you need to address in your safety manual?  Please give us a call.  We will build it free.  NO CHARGE! 800-205-1050 or 303-457-4506.

Federal list below

We have 31 Saskatchewan (SK) Chapters

Chemical and Biological Hazards SK

Confined Space SK

Cranes, Hoists and Lift Trucks SK

Electrical Safety SK

Ergonomics SK

Fall Protection SK

Fire Protection SK

First Aid SK

Flammable and Combustable Substances SK

General Health and Safety Requirements SK

Ground Disturbance SK

Harassment SK

Hot Work SK

Hot Work - Surface / Underground SK

Hydrogen Sulfide SK

Incident Reporting and Investigation SK

Ladder Safety SK

Lockout Tagout SK

Machine Guarding SK

Machine Safety SK

Manual Material Handling SK

Noise SK

Personal Protective Equipment SK

Powered Mobile Equipment SK

Respiratory Protection SK

Rigging SK

Temporary Work Platforms SK

Transportation (Commercial Vehicles) SK

Transportation of Dangerous Goods SK

WHMIS SK

Working Alone SK

We have 11 Federal-Canada Chapters

Emergency Preparedness

First Aid

General Health and Safety Requirements

Hazard Assessment

Incident Reporting and Investigation

Noise

Personal Protective Equipment

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Transportation (Commercial Vehicles)

WHMIS

Workplace Violence

Northwest Territories and Quebec list below

We have 48 British Columbia (BC) Chapters

Asbestos BC

Confined Space BC

Containers and Storage BC

Cranes, Hoists and Lift Trucks BC

Chemical and Biological Hazards BC

Demolition Work BC

Electrical Safety BC

Emergency Preparedness BC

Emergency Procedures BC

Ergonomics BC

Evacuation and Rescue BC

Fall Protection BC

Flammable and Combustable Substances BC

First Aid BC

General Health and Safety Requirements BC

General Health and Safety Requirements Mining-BC

Hydrogen Sulfide BC

Impairment BC

Incident Reporting and Investigation   Mining-BC

Ladder Safety BC

Lockout Tagout BC

Machine Guarding BC

Noise BC

Oil and Gas BC

Personal Protective Equipment BC

Powered Mobile Equipment BC

Powered Mobile Equipment Mining-BC

Radiation Exposure BC

Respiratory Protection BC

Rigging BC

Rights and Responsibilites BC

Silica BC

Storing and Handling BC

Temporary Work Platforms BC

Thermal Exposure BC

Tools and Machinery BC

Tools, Machinery and Equipment BC

Transportation (Commercial Vehicles >4500 kg GWR) BC

Transportation of Dangerous Goods BC

Transportation of Workers BC

Vibration BC

Violence in the Workplace BC

WHMIS BC

Work Area Guards BC

Work Area Requirements BC

Working Alone BC

Workplace Conduct BC

Workplace Violence BC

FWe have 1 Quebec (QC) Chapter (so far!)

Radiation Exposurest below

eWe have 2 Northwest Territories (NWT) Chapters (so far!)

Fire ProtectionConfined

Radiation ExposureS

Ontario and Manitoba list below

We have 30 Alberta (AB) Chapters

Chemical and Biological Hazards AB

Confined Space AB

Cranes, Hoists and Lifting Devices AB

Electrical Safety AB

Emergency Preparedness and Response AB

Ergonomics/Manual Material Handling AB

Fall Protection AB

Fire and Explosive Hazards AB

First Aid AB

General Health and Safety Requirements AB

Ground Disturbance AB

Hazard Assessment AB

Hot Work AB

Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) AB

Ladder Safety AB

Lockout Tagout AB

Machine Guarding AB

Noise AB

Overhead Power Lines AB

Personal Protective Equipment AB

Powered Mobile Equipment AB

Respiratory Protection Program AB

Rigging AB

Scaffolds AB

Silica AB

Transportation (Commercial Vehicles) AB

Transportation of Dangerous Goods AB

WHMIS AB

Working Alone AB

Workplace Violence AB

We have 23 Ontario (ON) Chapters

Asbestos ON

Chemical and Biological Hazards ON

Confined Space ON

Cranes, Lifts and Hoist ON

Electrical Safety ON

Fall Protection ON

Fire Protection ON

First Aid ON

Ground Disturbance ON

Health & Safety Awareness Training (New Employee Orientation) ON

Hot Work  ON

Ladder Safety - Portable Ladders ON

Lead ON

Machine Guarding ON

Noise ON

Personal Protective Equipment ON

Powered Mobile Equipment ON

Respiratory Protection ON

Rigging ON

Temporary Work Platforms ON

Transportation of Commercial Vehicles ON

WHMIS ON

Workplace Violence ONl list emical and Biological Hazards

We have 1 Manitoba (MB) Chapter (so far!)SK

Radiation Exposure MBConfined Space SK

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Best Practices & Nova Scotia list below

We have 10 New Brunswick (NB) Chapters

Fall Protection Canada -NB

First Aid NB

Ladders & Temporary Platforms NB

Lockout Tagout NB

Machine Guarding NB

Noise NB

Personal Protective Equipment BC

Thermal Exposure NB

WHMIS NB

Working Alone NB

We have 11 Nova Scotia (NS) Chapters

Confined Space NS

Electrical Safety NS

First Aid NS

Fire Protection NS

Hot Work NS

Lockout Tagout NS

Machine Guarding NS

Personal Protective Equipment NS

Transportation of Dangerous Goods NS

WHMIS NS

Workplace Violence NS

We have 27 Canada-Best Practices Chapters

Behavior Based Safety/Job Observations Canada - Best Practices

(Progressive) Discipline - Best Practice

Drug and Alcohol Policy - Best Practice

Electrical Safety Canada - Best Practices

Emergency Preparedness and Response - Site Specific - Best Practices

Environmental - Sustainability Canada - Best Practices

Fall - Best Practice

Fatigue Management - Best Practice

Fit for Duty Canada - Best Practices

Flammable and Combustable Substances - Best Practices

General Waste Management Canada - Best Practices

Ground Disturbance Canada - Best Practices

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Canada - Best Practices

Hot Work (Highest Industry Standards) - Best Practices

Incident Reporting & Investigation - Best Practices

Job Competency Canada - Best Practices

Journey Management - Best Practices

Lockout Tagout (Highest Industry Standards) - Best Practices

Management of Change Canada - Best Practices

Preventative Maintenance Canada - Best Practices

Right to Refuse Unsafe Work Canada - Best Practice

Safe Return to Work Canada - Best Practice

Short Service Employee Canada - Best Practices

Spill Prevention and Response Canada - Best Practices

Subcontractor Management Plan Canada - Best Practices

Transportation of Commercial Vehicles - Best Practices

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