Health and Safety Manual
I work for a consulting engineering firm with offices in BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Newfoundland. We are in the midst of updating our existing health and safety manual. Currently, we have our work practices separate from our safe work procedures. Would like to know if our practices should remain separate from our procedures - either from a legal or best practices perspective.
Also, let me know if there are any health and safety consultants that you recommend whom would do an excellent job at reviewing our health and safety manual.
Dennis: I am a consultant in the central region of Alberta. I specialize in Safety Systems, and would be willing to discuss your requirements.
I am Christl Aggus, email: email@example.com, phone: 780-220-0232, and my under construction website is www.principlesafety.ca.
Firstly, let me tell you that you don't have to have practices and procedures together OR separate - it is your choice. Often times procedures incorporate one or more practices and therein lies the confusion.
Question: along with the update of the manual are your planning on rolling out update education? Are you using one manual for all of your operations?
Wildrose Safety Systems
Canadian and International (ISO)(OHSA)
The health and safety manual should be a part of the Job description because whether the job is every kind of so the employees must be understand the all rules and regulations regarding their duty performance and this will help to employees to work more safely.
This is not important that which firm you prefer for obtaining safety at your site, but the important thing is that you should do it as soon as possible.
Even I know a safety staff outsourcing company, this provides safety services at affordable prices if you don't have hired any firm yet then let me know I'll share URL
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