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Building an Effective Health and Safety Management System

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*** New occupational health and safety laws came into effect on June 1, 2018. The OHS resource below may not have been updated to reflect the current legislation. For more information on the new requirements, visit OHS changes.***

This resource helps you build a Health and Safety Management System. It is an introduction of processes designed to decrease the incidence of injury and illness in the employer's operation

Connect with a Health and Safety Association

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For industry-specific health and safety training, information and support, please connect with an HSA. These HSAs can also help employers to obtain a Certificate of Recognition (COR).

Field guide to working safely on ice covers

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*** New occupational health and safety laws came into effect on June 1, 2018. The OHS resource below may not have been updated to reflect the current legislation. For more information on the new requirements, visit OHS changes.***

This guide is for people who work on freshwater floating ice covers. It is based on the Government of Alberta’s Best Practice for Building and Working Safely on Ice Covers in Alberta.

Formal hazard assessment and control template

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*** New occupational health and safety laws came into effect on June 1, 2018. The OHS resource below may not have been updated to reflect the current legislation. For more information on the new requirements, visit OHS changes.***

Formal - Hazard assessment template for employers

Fuel Prepayment Decision Tree – An Explanation for Owners and Employers

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An explanation guide for employers to help guide them in the decision of choosing the correct options for in-store prepayment of fuel. The owner(s) of the retail fuel outlet(s) can decide which options are acceptable at their location(s).

Guidelines for the handling of naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) in western Canada

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*** New occupational health and safety laws came into effect on June 1, 2018. The OHS resource below may not have been updated to reflect the current legislation. For more information on the new requirements, visit OHS changes.***

This document comprises guidelines for detection, classification, handling, transportation and waste management of naturally occurring radioactive materials. The guidelines were developed by the Western Canadian NORM Committee, which included representatives from the provincial governments of Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan and from the oil and gas and fertilizer industries.