First Aid Regulation – Approved Amendments Explained
WorkSafeBC has approved amendments to First Aid Regulations, and employers are required to implement these changes by November 1, 2024
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.
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.
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?
Injury Management Resources
Find resources for injury management here.
Hotel and Accommodation Resources
Find the resources for Hotel and Accommodation here.
Know About Responsibilities
Under the law, everyone in the workplace — from employers to front-line workers — has responsibilities for health and safety.
If there is an incident in your workplace in which a worker is injured or could have been seriously injured (i.e., a near miss), both you and WorkSafeBC have specific responsibilities.
Inspect Your Workplace
Regular safety inspections are a cornerstone of a proactive approach to health and safety. Inspections will help you identify hazards so you can take preventive action before an incident occurs.
Hold Safety Meetings
Regular health and safety meetings provide an excellent opportunity to get everyone in your workplace involved in the safety process. Maintaining communication between you, your supervisors, and your workers is crucial for the success of your occupational health and safety (OHS) program.