Supplemental Safety Programs

In the mid to late 1990’s, the BCMSA and WorkSafeBC (then WCB) entered into a Joint Compliance, to develop Supplemental Safety Programs (SSP’s) to help employers with the then-newly-revised Occupational Health and Safety Regulation.

We do our best to keep these Supplemental Safety Programs up to date as regulations change, but it remains your responsibility to ensure compliance with current OH&S Regulation.

Current programs available include:

Biological Agents (updated Sept 2018)

Cold Stress (updated December 2011)

Confined Space Entry (updated April 2018)

Contractor Coordination (updated February 2015)

De-energization and Lockout (updated March 2011)

Emergency Preparedness and Response (updated March 2011)

Ergonomics Program (updated June 2013)

Hearing Conservation Program (updated August 2018)

Heat Stress (updated March 2011)

OH&S Program (updated February 2018)

Here’s an OH&S Program “shell”.  Once customized for your organization, it should detail all elements of your Safety Program. It includes helpful templates for Incident/Accident Investigations, Inspections, etc.

Orientation Program

Prevention of Violence in the Workplace (updated September 2013)

Respirator Program (updated December 2011)

Stay at Work/Return to Work Program

Statistically, we know that the sooner an employee returns to work after an injury or illness, the faster his/her full recovery will be.  We have created a Stay at Work/Return to Work Program template to help you with this process.

You will need to customize this program to meet the needs of your organization.  In addition to helping you establish an effective program for re-integrating workers into the workplace after an injury or illness, by following this template, your organization should be able to successfully complete the Return-To-Work Certificate of Recognition Program (when you complete the Health & Safety COR Audit as well).

Tire Servicing (updated March 2012)

Working Alone or in Isolation (updated March 2011)

Workplace Bullying & Harassment (October 2013)

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