Formal Hazards Assessment Resources
A good hazard assessment and control process provides a consistent approach for companies to identify hazards, measure associated risk, implement suitable and effective controls to prevent work related injuries.
Two Types of Hazard Assessments:
Formal Hazard Assessments
Site-Specific Hazard Assessments
There are 14 jurisdictions in Canada: 1 federal, 10 provincial and 3 territorial – each having its own occupational health and safety legislation outlining the rights and responsibilities of the employer, the supervisor and the worker.
All jurisdictions require employers to conduct assessments, and to either eliminate, or to put controls in place to protect employees against hazards.
The templates are for example purposes only. This is not an exhaustive list of all tasks, hazards and controls associated with the job/position/work type. It is important that you customize to meet your companies need and legislation applicable.
Training & Reference Material
In this on-demand information session, you will learn about the Formal Hazard Assessment process as it relates to the Energy Safety Canada's COR and SECOR Audit Protocols.
The templates are for example purposes only.
Additional resources on formal and site-specific hazard assessments.