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Title: Safety Rep Awareness


1
Safety Rep Awareness
2
Objectives Mandate
Objectives Mandate
  • Provide contractors with accident prevention
    methods
  • Keep contractors informed on changes to
    legislation that affects them
  • Provide information, resources and training to
    help contractors meet their legislated
    responsibilities
  • Provide a comprehensive safety program for
    companies, both large and small
  • Act as the Authority Having Jurisdiction
  • to grant COR Certification
  • Provide contractors with Accident Prevention
    Methods and keep contractors informed on changes
    to Legislation that affects them
  • Provide information, resources and training to
    help contractors meet their legislated
    responsibilities
  • Provide a comprehensive safety program
  • AJH for COR Certification

3
Housekeeping
  • Workshop hours
  • Breaks
  • Emergency Procedures
  • muster point, first aid
  • Restrooms
  • Smoking
  • Cell phones off
  • Passports

4
Workshop Objectives
  • Overview of the W210 Act
  • Introduction to the MB Regulation 217 / 2006
  • Legal Duties Responsibilities
  • Safety Rep Safety Committee Requirements
  • Guidelines for effective implementation

5
Chapter W210
  • Established in 1977
  • Amended in 2002, 2010
  • Legislation that applies to all workplaces
  • General Duties and Responsibilities of all
    workplace people/entities
  • Focus on joint workplace

6
Manitoba Regulation 217 / 2006
  • Introduced October, 2006, enforced February 2007
  • Amended in 2011
  • Omnibus regulation
  • 43 parts (plus repeal and coming into force)
  • Minimum standards for conducting work activities
  • Clear language
  • Easily understood

7
Written Safety Program
20 People Mandatory
Less 20 Good idea
8
Program Requirements
  • WSH Act - 11 elements
  • health and safety policy
  • hazard identification
  • emergency preparedness
  • responsibilities
  • inspections
  • biological / chemical substance control
  • prime-contractors / self-employed people
  • training
  • investigations
  • employee participation
  • review and revision of the program
  • CSAM COR 13 1 elements
  • health and safety policy
  • Hazard Assessment
  • Safe Work Practices
  • Safe Work Procedures
  • Company Rules
  • PPE
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Training Communication
  • Inspections
  • Investigations Reporting
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Statistics and Records
  • Legislation
  • Manitoba Supplement

9
Your Best Bet
  • Establish your safety program to

10
COR
  • Nationally recognized as the ultimate distinction
    for construction companies
  • Endorsed by Workplace Safety and Health
  • Recognized by Workers Compensation Board of
    Manitoba Safety Program Accreditation
  • 10 rebate first year
  • 5 rebate subsequent years
  • Education - Implementation - Evaluation

11
SECOR
  • Endorsed by Workplace Safety and Health
  • Recognized by Workers Compensation Board of
    Manitoba Safety Program Accreditation
  • 10 rebate first year
  • 5 rebate subsequent years
  • Education - Implementation - Evaluation
  • Simplified Safety arranged into three sections
  • Identify / Communicate / Control

10 or Less
12
Legal Duties
  • Outlined in W210
  • Apply to all workplace parties
  • Owner
  • Employer
  • Worker
  • Worker Safety Representative / WSH Committee
  • Prime Contractor
  • Contractor
  • Supplier
  • Supervisor

Due Diligence
13
Due Diligence
  • Only form of defense allowable to an employer
  • Employer must PROVE that they did everything
    reasonably practicable to prevent the incident
  • Reason we do anything!

14
Committee vs Safety Rep
  • Committee is required if
  • 20 or more people in the workplace
  • Any other workplace designated by WSH
  • Safety rep required if
  • At least 10 but less than 20 people in the
    workplace
  • Any other workplace designated by WSH
  • In Construction
  • Committee required for construction projects
  • Set up by Prime Contractor
  • 20 or more people involved
  • 90 days to complete
  • Safety rep required for every jobsite

W210 Act 40(1), 41(1)
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WSH Requirements
  • Training
  • Inspections
  • Safety Bulletin Board

New 2011 Amendments
16
So
  • Supervisor and three workers onsite, no prime
    contractor
  • 2. Prime contractor with four sub-trades (22
    people onsite)
  • 3. Journeyperson and apprentice
  • Prime contractor, 30 workers total, 12-15 onsite
    at a time
  • 5. Construction company with 27 workers, three
    jobsites (each with 8 workers), 3 admin staff

Supervisor designates one worker as safety rep
P.C. establishes committee, each trade designates
a safety rep
Apprentice is designated as safety rep
P.C. establishes committee with onsite trades,
each trade designates a safety rep P.C.
communicates info to other trades
Company establishes a committee each jobsite
designates a safety rep may or may not be part
of committee
17
What is a safety rep?
  • Safety Rep is
  • Safety contact
  • Confidant for employees
  • On-site safety monitoring
  • and participation
  • Reports back to supervisor, senior management
  • Safety Rep is NOT
  • Supervisor or management
  • Baby-sitter
  • The BAD guy

18
Duties
Check it out!
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Therefore
  • Onsite safety reps
  • Help the Supervisor monitor activity at the site
  • Hazard assessment, inspections, incident
    investigation
  • Participate in and / or hold safety talks,
    increase safety awareness, communication
  • Toolbox meetings, site orientations
  • Participate in site safety committee meetings,
    communicating information back to company

20
Reasonable Practicable
  • Participate in implementing control measures
  • placing guardrails
  • communicating corrective actions
  • safe work procedures
  • Address safety concerns
  • Participate in any right-to-refuse situations
  • Enforce policies and rules (when allowed by
    management)

21
Committee dos and donts
  • DO
  • Have between 4 and 12 members
  • Have 2 co-chairpersons
  • Post the names
  • Hold a term for two years
  • Hold quarterly meetings
  • Establish rules
  • Create and post agenda
  • DONT
  • Have a committee entirely made up of management
    (requires half and half)
  • Hand-pick your members
  • Forget to forward your minutes
  • Allow gripe sessions

22
Right to Participate
  • Inspections, hazard assessments, and
    investigations should always be conducted by both
    a supervisor and a safety representative

23
Hazard Assessment Inspection Purposes
  • Identify existing and potential hazard and safety
    violations
  • Monitor existing / previous hazard controls
  • Determine corrective action
  • Reinforce safe practices

24
Hazard Assessment Inspections
  • Hazard Assessments
  • Prior to beginning work
  • New area
  • Unfamiliar work
  • Inspections
  • According to your company policy
  • Include all work areas
  • Formal and informal
  • Remember
  • Use a checklist
  • Safety rep and supervisor
  • Clearly identify unsafe acts and conditions
  • Use ranking system
  • Communicate findings

25
Hazard Ranking Priority
  • Severity
  • Imminent Danger
  • Serious
  • Minor
  • O.K.
  • Not Applicable
  • Probability
  • Probable
  • Reasonably Probable
  • Remote
  • Extremely Remote

26
Investigation Terms
  • Accident
  • Near Miss
  • Incident

Loss to people, equipment, property and / or
production Event that could have resulted in
loss, given different variables Describes both
the above
27
Investigations
  • Investigations should be conducted in the event
    of
  • Serious incidents
  • Medical aid
  • Property damage
  • Near miss incidents
  • Right-to-refuse situations
  • All incidents must be reported to the supervisor!

28
Why Should All IncidentsBe Investigated?
Investigations of serious incidents often reveal
that previous incidents of a similar nature were
not reported or dismissed as insignificant!
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Serious Incidents - WSH
  • Death or permanent disability
  • Serious or significant body trauma
  • Broken bones
  • Amputation
  • Laceration requiring medical attention
  • Loss of sight
  • Structural failure
  • Explosion, fire or flood
  • Major release of toxic or hazardous substance
  • Failure of respiratory equipment
  • Contact with energized electricity

SAFE Work Bulletin 119
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Investigation Steps
  • Protect yourself, tend to injured parties,
    control hazards
  • Administer First Aid, contact EMS, secure the
    area
  • Gather evidence
  • Interviews
  • Background information
  • Who, what, where, when, why, how
  • Supervisor and safety rep, anyone involved
  • Use a form or checklist
  • Determine causes
  • Direct, indirect
  • Recommend corrective action
  • Senior management review, communicate
  • Follow up!

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Right to Refuse
Step 3 Involve the Division
Step 2 Employer/ Worker/ Worker co-chair
investigate
Worker has reasonable grounds to believe the work
constitutes a danger?
Step 1 Involve the supervisor
Yes
SHO makes ruling
No
No
Worker satisfied?
Worker satisfied?
Yes
Yes
No
Exit
Exit
Exit
Exit
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Summary
  • Safety Rep is NOT management
  • Does NOT replace committee
  • Similar duties
  • Training requirements
  • Right to participate

33
Test
  • 80 to pass
  • Use of Act and Regulation
  • Hard hat, passport stickers upon completion

34
Thank You
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