OHS information for employers and workers. Visit the Online Resource Portal for resources to help guide you through OHS legislative requirements. The portal website allows you to provide feedback on your portal experience and on specific publications…read more
WCB is looking for feedback and suggestions for revisions to their policies. Please click the link provided below and have your input into changes considered.read more
Achieving Health, Wellness & Safety Culture through Leadership September 26th & 27th 2019 has been a year of change both in Provincial Legislation, Federal Legislation and Partnerships. The legislative changes mean major changes for Alberta employers. We want...read more
The OHS Act requires the Minister publish each year a 3-year plan for the review of the OHS Regulation and Code. The plan outlines areas for future review and renewal to ensure regulations are in alignment with other jurisdictions and reflect the changing…read more
Farm and ranch technical rules
On Dec. 1, 2018, waged, non-family farm and ranch workers have similar rights and protections as other working Albertans. The changes address workplace hazards, safety training and maintenance of equipment.
Focused inspection programs. This fall, OHS will conduct focused inspections to: protect workers’ OHS rights, enhance employers’ awareness of their responsibilities, and raise awareness of work site hazards, and increase compliance with OHS laws.read more
OHS Act defined: The Occupational Health and Safety Act is the Statute and is the enabling legislation for the regulation and code. Changes to the Act require legislature approval. OHS Regulations Defined: The OHS Regulation deals primarily with...read more
OHS information for workers and employers.
What are some of the highlights of the new OHS legislation? The following bulletins will help guide you through some of the new requirements…
Thursday & Friday, September 27 & 28, 2018 Deerfoot Inn and Casino, 1000, 11500 35 Street SE, Calgary 2018 has been a year of change, both in Provincial Legislation, Federal Legislation and Partnerships. The legislative changes mean major changes for Alberta...read more
The Alberta government has made available a free introductory course for employers to establish a Joint Work Site Health and Safety Committee (HSC) This is a two hour course required for Co-Chairs of HSC - this is 2 of the 16 hours of mandatory training....read more