General compliance resources

Compliance topics such as approvals, due diligence, incident reporting, officer roles and duties, and more. 

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Applying for an acceptance to demolish a building containing asbestos

ASB003
Outlines how to apply for an acceptance to demolish a building where asbestos containing materials cannot be safely removed (e.g. after a fire in a building containing asbestos).

Applying for an OHS acceptance or approval

LI030-3
Acceptances and approvals are legislated tools that let OHS directors grant regulatory permissions under specific circumstances. This bulletins explains more about acceptances and approvals, including who can apply and how.

Applying for an OHS acceptance: form

LI030TMP
Use this form to apply for an OHS acceptance.

Applying for an OHS approval: form

LI030-1TMP
Use this form to apply for an OHS approval.

Applying for an OHS autonomous haulage system approval

LI056
Explains the requirements and how to apply for approval for an automous haulage system in Alberta.

Completing a report on compliance after receiving an OHS order

LI052
Information on how to report on measures taken to achieve compliance with an OHS order.

Completing a report on compliance after receiving an OHS order: form

LI052TMP
Template for reporting on compliance. Refer to LI052 'Completing a report on compliance after receiving an OHS order' for more details.

Discriminatory action complaints

LI061
Information on discriminatory action complaints (DAC), what they are and how they are investigated.

Due Diligence

LI015
*** New occupational health and safety laws came into effect on June 1, 2018. The OHS resource below has not been updated to reflect the current legislation. For more information on the new requirements, visit the OHS website.***

Addresses the legislation requirements regarding due diligence and how it is defined.

Notifiable occupational diseases

MG030
Reporting form and supporting information for physicians and other health care professionals to use for report notifiable diseases under Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act.

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Occupational health and safety program delivery enforcement policy

LIH001
A policy outlining the responsibilities of OHS officers in the administration of their duties as they relate to the internal responsibility system.

OHS Ticketable Provisions

CI004
List of ticketable offences and fine amounts.

OHS work site inspections: what to expect

CI005
This bulletin provides information for employers on what to expect when an Alberta OHS officer inspects their work site.