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WorkSafeBC Form 9: Employers Statement of Return to Work

This official WorkSafeBC form is for physicians to use when workers come to them with an injury or occupational disease.

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WorkSafeBC Form 6: Worker Incident/Injury Report

This official WorkSafeBC form is for the worker to report an injury or occupational disease and start a claim.  

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Why it Pays to Invest in Safety

By focusing on preventing and effectively managing workplace injuries, you can help keep your employees safe and healthy while saving your company time and money.

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Violence Prevention

Workplace violence is a risk when working with the public and such incidents have become more frequent in the tourism and hospitality industry in recent years. Employers have specific responsibilities to provide a safe work environment and combat this growing trend.

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Tips On Using Gas Patio Heaters Safely This Winter

Many restaurants, bars and other establishments have introduced or expanded outdoor patios and seating areas for their patrons, in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Outdoor seating can support natural ventilation and promote physical distancing, but as the winter weather looms, a heating supply is a must!

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Tips for Preventing the Spread of Flu at Work During The Winter

The annual flu season impacts our industry each year by affecting our staffing levels, guest experience and our ability to control communicable diseases in the workplace Influenza (flu) and COVID-19 are both contagious, respiratory illnesses, but they are caused by different viruses.

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Staying Safe During High Temperatures

As temperatures soar during the summer months, employers need to be aware of the heat. Heat is a workplace hazard and can cause heat-related illnesses when workers spend prolonged periods outside.

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Safety Champion Sets Example For Young Peers

To recognize extraordinary safety leadership qualities in the ski industry, go2HR and the Canada West Ski Areas Association (CWSAA) annually present the Young Safety Mogul Award. It recognizes the vital role young health and safety advocates can play in influencing their peers.

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Record Keeping

As an employer, you’re required to keep health and safety records and statistics on file, including inspections, incident investigations, first aid treatments, and training records.

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Expand your Health & Safety Skills – NEW Training Courses

Do you want to know more about how to manage stress at the workplace or how to respond to difficult customer interactions? Are you responsible for hazard identification or implementing a violence prevention policy at your workplace?