Safety and Health Programs

An employer shall establish a written workplace safety and health program for each workplace where 20 or more workers of that employer are regularly employed.

The number of workers employed at a workplace shall be determined by averaging, over the previous 12 months, the number of full-time and part-time workers present each working day.

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Safety Reps

Documentation You Must Have

Statement of Commitment

Statement of Responsibilities

 

Training Plans and Orientation

  • Schedule of Training

  • Training Records​

  • Documented Orientation

  • Certificates/Mandatory Training etc

 

Emergencies

 

Incidents

 

Inspections

 

Hazard Identification and Control

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Biological and Chemical Substances

  • Lists

  • Safety Data Sheets

  • Training

  • WHMIS Training

  • Storage

  • PPE

 

Contracted Workers on Site

 

Evaluation and Continuous Improvement
 

Activities You Must Carry Out​

 

Participation in Safety

  • Safety Committees

  • Safety Representatives

  • Safety Meetings

  • Safety Bulletin Board

>> SAFEWork Manitoba's guide to all of the above 

 

Incidents

Biological and Chemical Substances

  • Lists

  • Safety Data Sheets

  • Training

  • WHMIS Training

  • Storage

  • PPE

 

Contracted Workers on Site

 

Supplies You Must Make Available

 

Emergencies

  • Rescue Equipment

  • First Aid Equipment

  • Fire fighting equipment

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