The goal of Health and Safety Programs and policies is to clearly define standards, assign responsibilities and provide a framework for compliance with legislative requirements, and in the creation of a safe workplace. Health and Safety Programs allow companies to meet their due diligence requirements under Occupational Health and Safety legislation.
Components of Health and Safety Programs include, but are not limited to:
- Management Commitment
- Hazard Identification and Assessment
- Hazard Control
- Worker Competency and Training
- Emergency Response Planning
- Incident Investigation
- System Administration
Our team at Moeger Resources Ltd. offers your company a complete Health and Safety Program development service.
- After contracting our services, we will conduct on-site inspections, interviews, and a review of currently in place documentation. Following this information gathering, the process of creating your company’s health and safety program will begin.
- The program we create will be specifically tailored to your company’s needs and requirements, reflecting your company’s unique attributes and environment.
- All documents required for your program will be submitted for your final review.
- Nothing gets implemented without your decision.
- All required forms necessary for the proper documentation and record keeping of health and safety activities will also be provided.
- Training on the administration of the program will be provided, as well as all necessary legislative references applicable to your company’s Health and Safety Program.
We pride ourselves in offering comprehensive Health and Safety Programs for all businesses, regardless of their size or nature of operations.
Why do workplaces need a health and safety policy or program?
Some examples include:
- To clearly demonstrate Management's full commitment to their employee's health and safety;
- To show employees that safety performance and business performance are compatible;
- To clearly state the company's safety beliefs, principles, objectives, strategies and processes to build buy-in through all levels of the company;
- To clearly outline employer and employee accountability and responsibility for workplace health and safety;
- To comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
- To prove due diligence has been taken when serious workplace accidents occur; and
- To set out safe work practices and procedures to be followed to prevent workplace injuries and illnesses.
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