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This program sets forth a plan for the control of any biological or chemical substance used, produced, stored or disposed of at the workplace and is critical to the overall safety and health of employees working under Canadian Federal jurisdiction.
The purpose of this procedure is to be in compliance with federal regulatory requirements to assist the personnel for the purpose of performing work related to confined spaces.
The purpose of this program is to outline the procedures for safe operations and the training requirements regarding for cranes, hoists and lifting devices when working under Canadian Federal jurisdiction.
The purpose of this program is to establish and implement Canadian federal compliance standards to inform personnel of the potential exposure to electrical hazards in operations and to provide guidelines for personnel to use when dealing with those operations.
Each company location shall have a written Emergency Response Plan, appropriate to the hazards of the workplace, in order to respond to an emergency that may require rescue or evacuation. Each Emergency Response Plan shall be prepared to reflect all known probable emergency conditions which may arise from within the workplace and from adjacent workplaces.
The purpose of this program is to provide fall protection procedures to prevent injury to employees while performing work assignments at elevated levels during work under Canadian Federal jurisdiction.
This program is to ensure that first aid services and equipment be maintained for any work performed at locations under federal jurisdiction.
This program is prepared to meet the requirements of the Canada Labour Code Part II Occupational Health and Safety for Canadian federal related work.
The purpose of this program is to protect workers from safety hazards that may be encountered during work in trenches and excavations governed by Canadian Federal requirements.
The purpose of this program is to provide guidelines for identifying, assessing and controlling workplace hazards,to ensure the potential hazards of new processes and materials are identified before they are introduced into the workplace and to identify the jobs/tasks which require risk assessment.
The purpose of this program is to have effective procedures for reporting and evaluating/investigating incidents and non-conformances in order to prevent further occurrences.
The purpose of this program is to prevent injuries associated with ladders used by workers when working under Canadian Federal jurisdiction.
The purpose of this program is to provide direction to managers, supervisors and employees about their responsibilities in the operations and management of machine guarding during work under Canadian Federal jurisdiction.
The purpose of this program is to reduce if not eliminate injuries due to manual material handling for operations governed by federal requirements.
The purpose of this program is to provide a process to minimize employee-hearing loss caused by excessive occupational exposure to noise for federal related work.
The Personal Protective Equipment Procedure provides direction to managers, supervisors, and employees about their responsibilities in the selection, use, care, disposal and safe work procedures related to personal protective equipment.
This program is written to be in compliance with Canadian Federal requirements and provide directives to managers, supervisors and employees about their responsibilities in the operations of powered mobile equipment.
This respiratory protection procedure applies to employees who may encounter respiratory hazards when performing work under Canadian Federal jurisdiction.
The procedure provides direction to managers, supervisors, and employees about their responsibilities in the operations and management of facilities.
The purpose of this program is to prevent injuries associated with temporary work platforms (scaffolding and ladders) when used by workers working under Canadian Federal requirements.
The purpose of this program is to provide direction to managers, supervisors, and workers about their responsibilities in the operations and management of machine safety in federal related work.
These guidelines and requirements are designed to address specific actions to be taken by all personnel who drive commercial vehicles in Canada under federal jurisdiction.
These guidelines and requirements are designed to promote public safety during the transportation of dangerous goods for operations in Canada.
This procedure is to ensure proper using, handling, storing and disposing of controlled products when working under federal jurisdiction
To ensure that employees receive no injuries due to nor exposure to workplace violence as this is considered a hazard for the purposes of hazard assessment, elimination and control.