Health & Safety Management System
Review of Existing Manual & Policies
Recommendations Report of Changes
Program & Policy Development
Digital & Hard Copy Provided
Every company needs the same core elements represented in their Health and Safety System. Bow Valley Safety will work with you to create a comprehensive H&S program compliant to all latest relevant regulations and OHS laws.
Concise policy and procedure make it easy to remain compliant, pass audits, and simple to administer. Let us help you keep your workers safe with this comprehensive health and safety management package
The initial stage Bow Valley Safety take in health and safety program development is a short meeting to better understand your business process and requirements. This gives you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about developing your health and safety system and how to implement within your company.
To book an initial H&S consultation or just ask some questions, call our team directly at 1 403 609 1413
Why is a Program Required?
Canadian health and safety legislation requires employers to have a health and safety program in their workplace. A written occupational health and safety policy helps promote an effective OHS program. Such a policy should reflect the special needs of your workplace and should be regularly reviewed and updated.
In the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act “health and safety program” means a coordinated system of procedures, processes and other measures implemented by an organization to promote continuous improvement in occupational health and safety.
An OHS program is a tool which promotes health and safety and minimizes the risk of injury and illness.
Review of all existing health and safety policies and procedure to identify non-compliance related to OHS Act and associated regulations.
Worksite visit(s) to identify core elements related to business operations.
Health and Safety program preparation, that meets the standards related to your workplace (depending on workplace, programs will include task analysis, hazard identification, hazard controls, training, inspections, incident investigation, HSC, safe work procedures and violence and harassment).
Complete system review and meet with key personnel and management.