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Mental Health & Addiction Resource

The Calltime Mental Health campaign has been developed to support BC motion picture workers and their families, reduce the stigma related to mental health and substance use concerns, and to ensure that BC motion picture workers are aware of the services and benefits available to them through their Union Health Benefit Plans and broader resources […]

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AAS Workplace Health & Safety

Services include health and safety program development/ implementation, safe work procedure development, site inspections, accident & incident investigations and more.

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Aura Health & Safety Corporation

Services include exposure monitoring, health and safety program/procedure development, indoor air quality Investigations (including mould and Legionella), noise monitoring and more.

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Call Time Mental Health Website

The Call Time Mental Health campaign has been developed to support BC motion picture workers and their families, reduce the stigma related to mental health and substance use concerns, and to ensure that BC motion picture workers are aware of the services and benefits available to them through their Union Health Benefit Plans and broader […]

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Joint Health & Safety Committee Fundamentals

Actsafe’s Fundamentals training covers WorkSafeBC’s mandate that all joint health and safety committee members have a minimum of 8-hours of training.

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Paint Department Health and Safety Report

There are many work place issues that can affect potential exposure to hazardous materials used by Painters. By considering the main issues and taking some action, employers and workers can more effectively reduce workers’ exposure to the hazardous paint and painting-related products. Actsafe Safety Association thanks IATSE 891 for providing this report. Paint Department health and […]

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Generic Film Health & Safety Program Manual

If you need to create an OHS program, or would like a copy of this manual, please contact the Manager of Motion Picture Programs and Services, Anand Kanna anandkanna@actsafe.ca

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Dillon Consulting Limited Hygienists, Engineers Health & Safety

Services include health and safety program development/implementation, noise monitoring and hearing conservation programs, WHMIS compliance, location hazard assessments, hazardous materials surveys, exposure monitoring and more.

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General Health and Safety Motion Picture Safety Primer

Click here for General health and safety primer PDF This primer describes basic workplace health and safety information for employers and workers, such as reporting injuries; risk assessments; refusing unsafe work; OHS programs; Joint Health and Safety Committees; working alone; respirator fit testing; young and new workers and hearing testing.

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Health and Safety Guide for Live Performance (Festivals)

This document is a guide to assist you in the design of your own dedicated safety plan for live performance events such as festivals. Nowadays, most people in BC’s entertainment industry are very aware that their workplaces are subject to Workers Compensation Board regulations, but far fewer people know exactly what the regulations are or […]

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Health and Safety Guide for Live Performance (Theatre)

This document is a guide to assist you in the design of your own dedicated safety plan. Nowadays, most people in BC’s entertainment industry are very aware that their workplaces are subject to Workers Compensation Board regulations, but far fewer people know exactly what the regulations are or how to go about complying with them. […]

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Joint Health and Safety Committee Fundamentals Training Poster

Effective April 3rd, 2017, WorkSafeBC mandated that all joint health and safety committee members are required to have a minimum of 8-hours of training. For further information, registration and FAQs: JHSC Fundamentals Poster PDF

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Substance Use & Impairment in the Workplace WorkSafeBC Link

Following the legalization of cannabis in Canada, policies and procedures on substance use and impairment in the workplace are encouraged. This WorkSafeBC webpage explains how substance-use impairment can affect a workplace, the responsibilities of workers and employers for managing impairment, and provides you with other relevant resources. Access this information here.

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How to Implement a Formal Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Program WorkSafeBC Guide

This booklet will help employers, workers, and joint health and safety committees develop and maintain an effective occupational health and safety (OHS) program. It was updated to include Regulatory changes related to joint health and safety committees that came into effect on May 1, 2017. Find WorkSafeBC’s guide here.

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Joint Health & Safety Committee Fundamentals Group Training Fillable Form

Effective April 3, 2017, WorkSafeBC mandates that all joint health and safety committee members have a minimum of 8-hours of training. Actsafe provides those members with the training, the workshop covers: • Navigating the Workers Compensation Acts and Regulations • Terms of Reference • Meeting Minutes & Reporting • Inspections • Work Refusals • Incident […]

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#32B “Addendum B” for Food Handling – Ministry of Health File #59 Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

Serious cases of food poisoning can result in prolonged sickness and even death. All of these illnesses and deaths can be prevented by following ten simple safety rules in these guidelines. Food Handling Addendum B Ministry of Health Motion Picture Bulletin PDF

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Due Diligence Checklist WorkSafeBC

This checklist will help employers determine if they have sufficient documentation to meet due-diligence requirements for an effective occupational health and safety program. Download WorkSafeBC’s checklist here.

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#11 A Health & Safety Overview of Orchestra Pits Performing Arts Safety Bulletin

Orchestra pits can be dangerous to members of the crew during load-ins, set-ups, tech work and strikes, as well as to performers on the stage and musicians in the pit during rehearsals and performances. Janet Sellery of Sellery Health + Safety notes: “There are lots of examples of people and objects falling into orchestra pits. […]

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Atmospheric Effects in the Entertainment Industry: Constituents, Exposures and Health Effects Report Summary

The UBC School of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene published this full report on the safety of theatrical smokes and fogs. Kay Teschke, Yat Chow, Michael Brauer, Chris van Netten, Sunil Varughese, Susan Kennedy. March 2003. Atmospheric Effects in the Entertainment Industry Summary Report PDF

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