Resource Library

The go2HR BC Tourism & Hospitality Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Resource Library hosts a myriad of free, sector-specific and customizable resources that will assist you in making your workplace healthier and safer. These resources range from OHS program templates, toolkits, forms, checklists, videos, posters and articles.

List of resources

  • Safe Work Practices for Helicopter & Snowcat Skiing Operators: Slope Cutting

    This document describes the legal requirements for avalanche risk assessment and safety tips for slope cutting.

  • Safe Work Practices for Helicopter & Snowcat Skiing Operators: Loading/Unloading Equipment into Snowcat Basket

    This document describes how to safely load and unload a snowcat.

  • Safe Work Practices for Helicopter & Snowcat Skiing Operators: Loading/Unloading Equipment into Helicopter Basket

    This document describes how to safely load and unload a helicopter.

  • Safe Work Practices for Helicopter & Snowcat Skiing Operators: Fueling the Helicopter

    This document describes how to safely fuel a helicopter and what to do if there is a fuel spill.

  • Safe Work Practices for Helicopter & Snowcat Skiing Operators: Assisting Fallen Guests in Snow

    This document describes how to safely help a guest who has fallen in deep snow.

  • The Recipe for Kitchen Safety? Training and Awareness

    More than 60 percent of injuries in the food service sector involve kitchen workers. Commercial kitchens operate at a fast pace, with multiple hazards and a steady stream of new employees. Share this Safety Talk with your workers during safety meetings and pin it to your safety bulletin board for maximum exposure.

  • Teaching Young Workers About the Right to Refuse Unsafe Work

    Employers are responsible for creating and managing healthy and safe workplaces and workers need to understand their right to speak up if something doesn’t feel right. Enhance your safety culture by maintaining open lines of communication and encouraging workers to ask questions and to be open. Understanding how to work safely is crucial to reducing … Read More

  • New First Aid Requirements are Coming – Effective July 1, 2018

    Occupational first aid training requirements are changing on July 1 2018, in order to cover a broader spectrum of medical issues, and align treatment protocols with Canadian and international best practices. Learn more about the changes here.

  • Emergency Guide for Small Businesses

    Use this guide as your starting point for developing an emergency plan for your small business.

  • Emergency Plan for Small Businesses

    Designed to complement the Emergency Guide for Small Businesses, use this plan to develop your emergency procedures. You will be well on your way to ensuring your business is prepared to be up and running as soon as possible following any type of emergency or business disruption.

For more information, contact the go2HR INDUSTRY HEALTH & SAFETY TEAM.