Occupational Health & Safety Programs

Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Programs are a requirement of provincial and federal OHS legislation based on the size of your company and the level of hazards encountered in the workplace. OHS Programs have also become a standard for companies that are committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for their employees, sub-contractors and visitors.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

The cost of an OHS program depends on the size of company, number of employees and type of work that is done. Companies that are exposed to more hazardous conditions will require more rigorous hazard assessments and workplace policies and procedures in their program. We offer free consultations and will provide a quote prior to developing your program to ensure it is cost-effective for your company.

With your cooperation and involvement we generally allow 3 – 4 weeks to develop a comprehensive program. We will schedule in site visits with your company to ensure the program is developed to your specific needs and will be easily integrated into your daily processes.

Standard OHS Programs include:

  • Policies and procedures that outline the standards and structure for how health & safety will be implemented in the workplace
  • Hazard control methods that are put in place to keep employees safe
  • Detailed safe work practices & procedures to guide employees and subcontractors to safely complete everyday tasks
  • Company rules
  • Incident investigation policy and procedures
  • Preventative maintenance program
  • Supplemental programs that specific sections of the OHS Act & Regulations

testimonials

"Shannen, Allysha and the whole LCEHS team are extremely knowledgeable, helpful and professional. We have used them for all of our training needs and they continue to go above and beyond. Would recommend to anyone and everyone."
- Ken Cox

CUSTOMIZABLE PROGRAMS

Our team builds customizable health & safety programs to suit the needs of your company. Our programs focus on regulatory compliance (provincial and federal regulations) and company safety statistics to develop a manageable and implementable program. Implementation can be accomplished in a staged approach to ensure that safety processes and culture is developed in an authentic way.

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