OH&S Manuals and Programs
Occupational Health and Safety
Due to the fast-paced construction environment, having an OH&S Manual and Program specifically developed and coordinated for your firm is a must. Equipment has gotten bigger and faster, buildings taller and more complicated, however workers are still have to do the construction. As a result, you the company owner are legally responsible and liable for their safety. Seems like we hear the same words echoing on a construction site. The worker is responsible for their own safety. Subsequently who ever owns the company or runs the day to day operations are usually the ones who see a court room and even jail.
Most noteworthy is the WorkSafe BC definition states the following. "Due diligence requires taking all reasonable steps to protect workers from harm. "All reasonable steps" is based on the level of judgment and care that a person would reasonably be expected to do under the circumstances. An organization that actively manages health and safety and takes all reasonable steps to protect workers from harm is being duly diligent."
In conclusion, one of the first steps is to have a well structured OH&S Program starting with your Safety Manual. As you can see below are links to some of the documentations FreeBird Safety Services can design company and trade specific for your firm. Ultimately, companies hire other companies who have a great track record in safety. Your profit margin will increase and your company will be asked to bid on more lucrative projects.
Occupational Health and Safety Manuals Developed For
(just a few of many)
Just recently I designed and authored an Occupational Health and Safety Manual for a company out in Surrey BC
0720485 BC Ltd.
Their final OH&S Program Manuals * Documents * Forms and other related materials numbered over 500 sheets, printed on both sides in a very large binder as well they received a flash drive with both a Pdf. and MS Word electronic versions.