Exposure Control Plans

Exposure Control Plan templates

Exposure Control Plans need to be specific to your organization. These documents are provided as examples only.

WorkSafeBC Regulation requires employers to create and implement a number of Exposure Control Plans (ECP’s). We are happy to share ECP’s created by others, but it remains the employers’ responsibility to ensure the ECP complies with current practice and WorkSafeBC Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.

City of New Westminster –  Bloodborne Pathogens ECP and Procedures

City of New Westminster - ECP Hepatitis A
ECP - Asbestos-Containing Drywall Disposal
City of Coquitlam – Anhydrous Ammonia Exposure Control Plan


Employers are required under Section 5.54 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (OHSR) to develop an exposure control plan (ECP) when workers are or may be exposed to airborne silica dust in excess of 50% of the exposure limit.

To assist occupational health and safety professionals with this task, WorkSafeBC has posted the following sample documents (in editable Microsoft Word format), which can be used to help create an employer’s ECP. Note that these sample documents are not sufficient to constitute an ECP; a WorkSafeBC occupational hygiene officer would have to make a determination as to whether or not a completed ECP meets the requirements of the OHSR.

Developing a Silica Exposure Control Plan WSBC developing a silica ECP.doc

The following Exposure Control Plans are from WorkSafeBC’s website.

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WorkSafeBC has not commented on these City of Victoria ECP’s

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