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Health and Safety Committee/ Health and Safety Representative Training Program

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HSCs and HS representatives help ensure fundamental workers’ rights to know and to participate. For the HSC/HS representatives to effectively fulfill their duties and responsibilities outlined in the legislation, they must receive specific training on their respective roles.

Manually Energizing Power Systems after an Unplanned Outage: An Alberta Electric Utility Best Practice

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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.***

The purpose of this Best Practice is to standardize, to the extent possible, the minimum steps that an electric utility must include in its own practices for manually energizing a power system after an unplanned outage.

Occupational health and safety & the non-profit sector, what you should know

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OHS considers non-profit organizations employers because they engage a worker and/or a volunteer to do an activity.

Prevention Initiative for Alberta's OHS System

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The purpose of this initiative is to raise awareness of disease and injury areas, where workers are most affected and/or have the greatest risk, so that Alberta’s OHS system can focus on the highest value areas to improve the health and safety of workers.

Reporting and Investigating OHS incidents at a mine or mine site

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This resource addresses the process for workers, employers and prime contractors to follow when reporting and investigating an occupational health and safety incident at a mine or mine site.

Take charge card - know your rights

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Working? know your rights – Occupational Health and Safety