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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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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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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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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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Safety Scene – April 2018 Edition

In the April 2018 issue: Is Your Joint Health & Safety Committee Compliant? Opioid Crisis Management Resources, WorkSafeBC Regulation Update, Launch of the Carbon Literacy Workshop! and a whole lot more! View The Actsafe Safety Scene 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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Safety Scene – September 2016 Edition

In the September 2016 issue: Actsafe Is Going On The Road! Joint Health & Safety Committee Evaluation Tool New and Young Worker Orientation and a whole lot more! View The Actsafe Safety Scene here!

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Safety Scene – July 2018 Edition

In the July 2018 issue: Guidelines For Working In Hot Temperatures, Calltime: Mental Health Resource Website, Joint Health & Safety Committee Reports and What To Do With Them, Managing Fatigue, Hello’s and Goodbye’s, And Much More! View The Actsafe Safety Scene online here.

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Safety Scene – June 2018 Edition

In the June 2018 issue: Summer Prep Edition Thoughts from Actsafe’s Performing Arts Industry Advisor Conference Save The Date! Joint Health & Safety Committee Meeting Information and a whole lot more! View The Actsafe Safety Scene online here.

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Safety Scene – May 2018 Edition

In the May 2018 issue: Launch of Mental Health Resource: Calltime Mental Health, Thoughts from Actsafe’s Performing Arts Industry Advisor, WorkSafeBC Student Video Contest Winner, Joint Health & Safety Committee Meeting Information, and a whole lot more! View The Actsafe Safety Scene here.

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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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Take Care: How to Develop and Implement a Workplace Violence Prevention Program, WorkSafeBC Link

This guide enables employers and workers to implement a program to prevent violence in the workplace. It summarizes the relevant sections of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation that deal with violence in the workplace, explains how to conduct a risk assessment, identifies the basic elements of a violence prevention program, and provides safe travel […]

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M. Bertrand & Associates Inc.

Services include incident investigations, joint occupational health and safety committee, worksite inspections and regulatory compliance, sanction consultation, health and safety program development and review, confined space procedures and more.

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Who Should I Talk To Poster

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 infographic to explain who to call, and when. Who Should I Talk To Poster PDF

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#10 Artificially Created Smoke, Fogs & Lighting Effects Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

These guidelines are recommendations to either eliminate or reduce worker exposure to inhalation hazards created by chemicals generated when using artificial smoke or fog (theatrical haze, fogs, mists, etc.). Artificial smoke or fog is commonly generated using a fog or haze machine, which releases a chemical solution as an airborne aerosol to create various effects […]

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Carbon Monoxide Exposure During Film Shoots WorkSafeBC Bulletin

This bulletin discusses the hazards of carbon monoxide exposure during film shoots and how to manage the risks. It outlines what employers must do in planning shoots and training workers and supervisors, as well as maintaining equipment, conducting assessments, and implementing controls. It also outlines the need to coordinate work activities and support the joint […]

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Production Resources

Starting a production in British Columbia? We’ve curated a selection of important literature and resources to help provide an understanding of requirements for any new productions to create a safe and healthy workplace for your workers. Why not contact our Motion Picture Industry Advisor Anand Kanna (by mail or phone 604 733 4682 Ext. 120.) […]

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There’s Been An Incident, Now What?

This page is a curated list of resources to help you with incident investigations, reporting and returning to work. Employers are responsible for investigating certain incidents or near misses that take place in the workplace and submitting an investigation report to WorkSafeBC. These investigations help employers and WorkSafeBC determine why an incident happened and what […]

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