Digital Safety Management System – 5 Benefits

Real time data is essential to the productivity and success of your business and accessing your safety documentation and forms digitally can save you time and money. Many businesses wonder if making the switch will be a costly burden but after assisting many of our clients, we have come up with a few reasons that prove going digital with your safety program is worth it!

Tips on How to Fulfill your New Year’s Resolution of a Stronger Return to Work and Injury Management Program

Injury Management (IM) includes an effective Return to/ Recover at Work (RTW) Plan that is essential for a successful recovery after a workplace injury occurs. Effective IM provides physical, psychological and financial benefits to employees. A strong RTW plan provides financial benefits to employers and creates a positive workplace health and safety culture.

4 Tips for Enhancing Crew Health and Safety Talks

As defined in the British Columbia and Alberta Occupational Health and Safety legislation, all companies are required to have a formal or informal Occupational Health and Safety Program. Informal or formal Occupational Health and Safety Programs are developed based on the level of risk in the workplace and the number of workers exposed to medium …

4 Tips for Enhancing Crew Health and Safety Talks Read More »

Building a Positive Safety Culture in your Workplace

Culture can be defined as “the way we do things around here.”  Safety culture in an organization encompasses the collective attitudes, beliefs, values and perceptions employees share about safety in the workplace. A positive safety culture is where managers, supervisors and workers feel responsible for safety and pursue it on a daily basis, identifying unsafe …

Building a Positive Safety Culture in your Workplace Read More »

workers in construction site - lake country ehs

Workplace Fall Protection Training: Alberta vs. British Columbia

Between 2016 (BC) and 2019 (Alberta) 37-37.6% of serious injury reported worker compensation claims are caused by falls in the workplace. Alberta went through an extensive overhaul of their Occupational Health and Safety Legislation in 2018-2019 which included some key updates to workplace responsibilities. Instruction / Training of Workers AB, OHS Code Part 9 141(1)An …

Workplace Fall Protection Training: Alberta vs. British Columbia Read More »

Workplace Roles and Responsibilities BC vs. AB

Does your company conduct work activities in the provinces of Alberta and/or British Columbia? Are you informed on the relevant workplace parties’ roles and responsibilities under the current workplace legislation?  We have highlighted the key language differences between the two provinces regarding workplace responsibilities: AB Occupational Health and Safety Act, 2018, Part 3 BC Workers …

Workplace Roles and Responsibilities BC vs. AB Read More »

4 Things you need to know if you are developing in a Natural Environment Permit Area in Lake Country, BC

As you start planning your dream home or investment property in Lake Country, there are some things you will need to know. The District of Lake Country bylaw number 750 is called the Official Community Plan (OCP). The OCP was adopted in 2007 through the Local Government Act and its purpose is to guide future …

4 Things you need to know if you are developing in a Natural Environment Permit Area in Lake Country, BC Read More »

Scroll to Top