Safety Program Tools

Safety Program Tools

Everyone at a workplace has responsibilities for health and safety. A documented safety program provides the framework for how employers and workers can protect themselves from injury, illness, and damage to the workplace. Use the templates and samples on this page to develop and maintain safe work practices.

Occupational Health and Safety Committees Toolbox

You must have an OHS committee if your organization has more than 20 employees, or ordered by the Chief Safety Officer. 

Also see WSCC’s Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committees Code of Practice, which

  • provides guidance on how to set up and operate a committee;
  • ​outlines employer’s obligations to the committee, and
  • ​shows how workers, union members, and employers support the committee to work effectively

Safety Toolbox

Joint OHS Committee Accident/Incident Investigation Report - Template
Joint OHS Committee Agenda - SAMPLE
Joint OHS Committee Agenda - Template
Joint OHS Committee Recommendation Form - Template
Joint OHS Committee Self-Assessment Checklist
Joint OHS Committee Set Up Checklist
Joint OHS Committee Terms of Reference - SAMPLE
Maintain a Joint OHS Committee Employer Checklist