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Legal terms 101: “reasonably practicable”

LI015
Provides an overview of the terms "reasonably practicable" and "due diligence" in relation to Alberta's OHS legislation.

PUBLISHED: May 2022

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.

UPDATED: February 2022

Occupational health and safety and the internal responsibility system

LI051
Explains how the internal responsibility system works as the basis of Alberta's OHS legislation.

UPDATED: April 2022

Participation in health and safety for small business owners and workers

LI055
Information for small business owners (less than 20 workers) about health and safety representative (HS representative) requirements and responsibilities.

UPDATED: April 2022

Report on compliance

LI052
Explains how employers complete a report on compliance, if an OHS officer has required them to do so.

UPDATED: February 2022

Report on compliance form

LI052FRM
Form for reporting on compliance. Refer to 'Report on compliance' bulletin for details.

UPDATED: February 2022

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Slips, trips and falls – Boots and traction aids

PIS017
This bulletin provides information to employers and workers on different types and uses of traction aids.

PUBLISHED: May 2022

Slips, trips and falls - Falls

PIV018
Whether a construction site, dairy farm or in an office space, fall hazards can be present at nearly all work sites. Learn about the common situations that lead to falls and how workers and employers can take action to prevent them.

PUBLISHED: May 2022

Slips, trips and falls - Footwear

PIV015
Choosing the right footwear for the job is important. Having one with a design that will minimize slips, trips and falls helps prevent injuries. Learn how to put your best foot forward by learning about common footwear-related hazards in the workplace.

PUBLISHED: May 2022

Slips, trips and falls - Housekeeping

PIV016
Good housekeeping is a way to prevent slips, trips and falls at your workplace. Learn about common workplace slipping hazards and how to mitigate them.

PUBLISHED: May 2022

Slips, trips and falls - Slips and trips

PIV017
Slips occur when there is not enough friction or grip between the walking surface and a person’s footwear. Trips occur when there’s an obstacle in the path or change in elevation that a person fails to see. Both can cause injuries. Learn about the frequent causes of slips and trips, and the health and safety solutions.

PUBLISHED: May 2022

Spring slips, trips, and falls

PIS019
This bulletin provides information to employers and workers on hazards related to spring weather in Alberta.

PUBLISHED: May 2022

What to expect in an OHS inspection: information for employers

CI007
What employers can expect when Alberta Occupational Health and Safety officers do inspections at work sites. Includes why and when officers show up, how officers gather information, and how they document their interactions, observations and findings.

UPDATED: April 2022

What to expect in an OHS inspection: information for workers

CI006
What workers can expect when Alberta Occupational Health and Safety officers do inspections at work sites. Includes why and when officers show up, and how workers usually participate.

PUBLISHED: April 2022

Wildfire recovery work including fire-damaged structure

FI010
This resource provides information on how to start recovery work in a wildfire-damaged structure. It includes information on steps employers and workers must take to ensure fire-damaged buildings are structurally safe to enter.

UPDATED: April 2022