Health And Safety Program Manuals Development Canada - Greystone Safety

Health And Safety Program Manuals Development Canada - Greystone Safety

All businesses in BC are required by law to have a written occupational health and safety program developed and implemented for their work-site(s). Failure to do so could result in your company receiving fines, penalties, sanctions or stop word orders. Employers are responsible for providing their workers the information, instruction, training and supervision necessary to ensure the health and safety of those workers in carrying out their work and to ensure the health and safety of other workers at the workplace​.

​You must have a 'formal' health and safety program if you have either a workforce of 20 or more workers and at least one workplace where there is a moderate or high risk of injury and when you have a workforce of 50 or more workers. Small businesses or employers with fewer than 20 workers need a health and safety program too. These programs can be simpler. We refer to them as "informal" health and safety programs.

Before we start the development of yourhealth and safety program manual, we will always first determine the nature of your business. From there, we are then able to develop your business a company specific OHS safety program manual which will entail the correct policies and procedures pertinent to the type of work your company preforms.

We can develop, audit and upgrade written occupational health and safety programs, plans and manuals for the following provinces in Canada: BC, Vancouver, Victoria, Surrey, Langley, Burnaby, Richmond, Delta, Langley, New Westminster, Abbotsford, Coquitlam and Maple Ridge,Vancouver British Columbia BC, Edmonton Alberta, Calgary Alberta, Saskatoon Saskatchewan, Winnipeg Manitoba, Toronto Ontario, Ottawa Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador.

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