This recorded webinar provides employers, supervisors and workers with information about hazard assessments and controls. Topics include:
why do a hazard assessment
types of hazard assessments
the formal hazard assessment.
This information session provides an overview of the new requirements for joint work site health and safety committees (HSC) and health and safety representatives (HS representatives). New requirements comes into effect on January 31, 2020. OHS staff will answer questions throughout the webinar. Topics will include:
•the new requirements for HSCs and HS representatives
•establishing an HSC or HS representative
•training requirements for HSCs and HS representatives
•where to find additional information
This webinar provides basic information about the internal responsibility system (IRS) – the basis of Alberta’s OHS Act, Regulation and Code. Topics include:
key components of an effective IRS
the appropriate action to ensure compliance
the balance between duties and control
worksite parties and their responsibilities as identified in the act.
Gives workers high level information about OHS legislation as well as their key rights and responsibilities. Also provides links to OHS bulletins as well as the alberta.ca COVID and Biz Connect web pages.
This starter kit provides information and tools to help employers know and understand some of the basic requirements of Alberta’s occupational health and safety (OHS) laws. It is designed to help employers who need to develop an OHS program from the ground up. It may also benefit those looking to grow and improve upon their existing health and safety program, culture and performance.
This kit includes templates and sample forms that are also available in MS Word format (search BP035TMP or see Related resources on the starter kit's product page).
This recorded webinar video covers the following topics:
responsibilities for employers, supervisors, and workers
hazard assessment and control
musculoskeletal disorders (musculoskeletal injuries)
Respiratory viruses, including influenza and coronaviruses, can cause common colds, seasonal flu and public health outbreaks. This bulletin gives employers, supervisors and workers information about controlling respiratory virus hazards in the workplace.