A Proactive Approach to Workplace Health & Safety

Prioritizing workplace health & safety through a proactive approach can assist in keeping workers safe and ensure regulatory requirements are met.

All tourism and hospitality employers in BC, no matter the size, must have an Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Program in place that meets the requirements prescribed by the Worker’s Compensation Act (the Act) and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (the Regulation).

An effective OHS Program helps prevent workplace injuries and equips employers to respond efficiently to any incidents that do occur. With every workplace being different, it’s important to develop an OHS Program that addresses the specific needs of the operation. go2HR guides employers through the key elements of an effective OHS Program through the Safety Basics below.


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