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Overview

Just as you lay the foundation for a building by placing the forms, setting the rebar, and pouring the footings, you lay the foundation for a safe workplace with a sound safety and health management program. The key elements of an effective safety and health management program include:

  • Management leadership
  • Worker participation
  • Hazard identification and assessment
  • Hazard prevention and control
  • Education and training
  • Program evaluation and improvement
  • Communication and coordination

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New! Rule obligations list

To help employers identify rules that have requirements for things such as recordkeeping, training, written documentation, qualified person, etc. we've organized these rules into a filterable, sortable, searchable list. ​​​​​

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