Workplace Safety



Audit Tool

Audit Registration Form (ARF)

- Audit Sampling 

External Auditors List

Partnership Registration Form

- Bill 30 

Moving from WHMIS to GHS

- WHIMS Check list compliments of AFPA  member Chemscape 

- WHMIS Check list (2)

- Personal Protective Equipment

- FAQ: Revised Employer Review Process





















Associate Member 

 - Chemscape Safety Technologies Inc.

- EHS Partnerships Ltd.

- EHS Partnerships / AFPA Competency Presentation 2018 - NEW

- EWI Works International Inc.

OHS / Industry 

- Alberta Jobs, Skills Training & Labour

Workers Compensation Board (WCB)

Occupational Health and Safety Tool Kit for Small Business 

Guideline for the Development of a Code of Practice for Respiratory Protective Equipment 

 - Preventing Violence and Harassment at the Workplace 

Reporting and Investigating Injuries and Incidents 

OHS Code Explanation Guide Section 115 - Emergency Preparedness & Response (sample emergency response plan) 

Due Diligence

An Explanation of the Working Alone Requirements 

Working Alone Q&A 

Determining if a work site is low, medium or hazard in regards to providing first aid services, supplies and equipment 

First Aid Schedule 2 – list of equipment for #1 and #2 first aid kits 

First Aid Schedule 2 – first aider and first aid services, supplies and equipment for high hazard work site 

Handling and Storage of Flammable Materials at the Work Site 

Guideline for Developing a Code of Practice for Chemical Hazards 

Changes to WHMIS Legislation

Noise in the Work Place 

Administrative Penalties 

Violation Tickets 

OHS Ticketable Provisions 

OHS Act (html version) - OHS Regulation (html version)OHS Code (html version) 

OHS Explanation Guide (html version) 

Appealing OHS Orders

 - Other information

Order a copy - AB OHS Act, Regulation & Code – search “ohs act, regulations & code handbook”

OHS Review website 

Part 1 Provincial Online training Joint Health & Safety Committee Health & Safety Committees or Rep – general guidance and best practices for the development, implementation, and maintenance of an effective H&S Committee. Includes clearly defined roles, responsibilities, functions, and the terms of reference. This training provides participants with an insight to their duties, key workplace standards, and compliance to applicable Ab. OH&S legislation. Course covers: Purpose and Goals; What is a H&S Committee, new Ab. legislated requirements; Benefits of a H&S Committee; Committee Functions and Authorization; Sub Committees; Measuring Committee Effectiveness; What H&S Committee members should know; Competency, Quorum, Meetings, Minutes, general quizzes, related sample forms, and a Sample Terms of Reference. Participant manual, information/training hand-outs and a formal certificate are provided.

Alberta Employment Standards 

- Potentially Serious Incidents (PSI) reporting