Emergency Preparedness Plan
Across Canada, we face a number of natural hazards, which can vary from region to region. Knowing what to do is an important part of being prepared.
In our posters, you will find practical information on what to do in case an emergency should occur, including preparing an emergency kit, creating an emergency plan and what to do in the event of an earthquake or power outage.
Another great resource on emergency preparedness is Get Prepared.
Who Should I Talk to?
Reporting a hazard? Looking for information? Who should you call?
Finding out who to talk to about health and safety in the motion picture and performing arts industries in B.C. can get complicated. That’s why we’ve come up with this little infographic to explain who to call, and when.
Propane Awareness Sign
Actsafe’s Propane Awareness sign.
As part of our Propane Safety Awareness Campaign, Actsafe has a fantastic new resource to help workers recognize the hazards of propane radiant heaters in lunch and holding tents.
Click here for the 11 x 17″ tabloid size version.
Raise awareness about the need for protective eyewear.
Print this fillable pdf poster and place in an easily accessible location to communicate vital emergency contact information clearly.
Hard Hats Mandatory Beyond This Point
8.5×11″ Hard Hats Mandatory sign for the workplace.
This 11×17″ poster includes information on how to deal with an emergency procedure as well as a section to fill in relevant emergency numbers and contacts.
Guide To Proper Handwashing Techniques
Prevent the spread of germs using proper handwashing techniques.
Your Right To Refuse
This 12×18″ poster provides step-by-step information on how to properly refuse unsafe work.