Next Generation Reforestation Ltd. is committed to providing a healthy and safe work environment for our employees and the general public who may be present at out sites. This includes protection of property, the environment and personal safety on the job.
Our commitment to safety is in accordance with the standards outlined in the Alberta and BC Occupational Health and Safety Regulations. Management and all employees will both provide leadership for the health and safety program. Our goal is to help all employees and worksite visitors participate in a healthy, property damage and injury free workplace.
||Overview of Key Responsibilities
- Take care of the your health and the health and safety of others.
- Wear and maintain personal protective equipment as required.
- Comply with all health and safety policies and work procedures.
- Not engage in horseplay that may endanger workers.
- Report to the supervisor hazards, near misses, accidents, injuries, occupational illnesses and bodily pain promptly.
- To ensure work without risk is not impaired by alcohol or drugs.
- Cooperate with JHSC and participate in safety meetings.
- Ensure the safety of employees under your direction.
- Be knowledgeable & comply with applicable regulations
- Coach in Emergency Response Procedures.
- Ensure workers are aware of hazards.
- Ensure workers report hazards, near misses and accidents.
- Stop work for immediate safety.
- Correct work for future safety.
- Apply discipline to workers who continue with unsafe behaviour.
- Be good motivators.
- Ensure workers and supervisors understand their roles and are trained in safe work procedures
- Ensure health and safety work is documented.
- Ensure regular inspections are carried out.
- Ensure Incident investigations are carried out and action taken to prevent occurrence.
- Develop a Safety Management System to identify evaluate and control hazards
- Ensure systems and procedures (for training, operations, use of machinery etc). meet industry standards and best practices.
- Conduct regular audits of the Safety Management System.
- Complete a Contractor Orientation.
- Report all unsafe or unhealthy acts or conditions.
- Report all near-misses, incidents, injuries, occupational illnesses and bodily pain promptly.
- Obtain a Visitor Orientation from a suitably qualified employee.