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Alberta Government OHS
Alberta.ca Health and Safety eNews
Alberta.ca Certificate of Recognition (COR)
Alberta.ca Occupational and Health Webinars
Albert.ca List Of Approved First Aid Training Agencies And Courses
Alberta.ca Partnerships in Injury Reduction
Alberta.ca Work Site Health and Safety Committees and Representatives
Alberta.ca OHS Laws
Alberta.ca OHS Library
Alberta.ca OHS Statistics
Alberta.ca OHS Terms and Abbreviations
Alberta.ca OHS Futures Research Grants
Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA)
Alberta Employment Immigration and Industry Workplace Health and Safety
Alberta Employment Standards Codes
Alberta Federation of Labour The Right to Refuse Unsafe Work,
Labour Standards and Law/Health -and Safety At Work

Alberta Health Services
Alberta.ca Health and Wellness Community and Public Health
Alberta Health Toolkit for Staffing Firms Occupational Health and Safety
Alberta Human Rights Act
Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Changes
Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Publications
Alberta Partnerships in Injury Reduction
Alberta WCB
Queens Printers Occupational Health and Safety Act
Work Right Alberta
Work Safe Alberta

Focus on Hazard Assessments

Formal hazard assessment and control template

Hazard Assessment and Control: a handbook for Alberta employers and workers

WCB May 2017 Employee Handbook File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat 0.4 section 5.60. Hazard Assessment .

Occupational Health and Safety Teacher Resources Binder, Chapter 7, Psychosocial Hazards Great overview with resources of psychosocial hazards: fatigue and hours of work, technological changes, stress and critical incident stress, bullying, cyber bullying/harassment, workplace violence and abuse, working alone.

Volume 5: Best Practices for the Assessment and Control of Psychological Hazards (BP013) Harassment and Violence in the workplace Workplace harassment and violence prevention

 Canadian Initiative on Workplace Violence Canadian Initiative on Workplace Violence

Policy & Procedures
Audits Organizational Assessments

How many times have you suspected that the culture of a workgroup is directly or indirectly contributing to a toxic workplace, characterized by grievances, allegations of abuse or chronic conflict? Commonly, these types of situations tend to linger, requiring a constant infusion of Human Resource time and energy. If you have experienced this…you are probably not alone...

Albertas Workers Health Centre Albertas Workers Health Centre

Best Practice Guidelines Effective Worker Participation in Hazard Assessments Effective Worker Participation in Hazard Assessments
Participation by workers in the process of hazard identification, elimination and control is essential for effectively identifying and eliminating or reducing the workplace hazards that can lead to injury or illness. Alberta law requires employers to look for and fix hazard - do a hazard assessment - with worker participation. Studies show that effective worker participation leads to healthier and safer jobs and workplaces. These Guidelines are designed to promote effective and meaningful worker participation in hazard assessments. They are intended as a resource for Workers, Health and Safety Activists, and Employers. How To Use These Guidelines

The Guidelines contain 7 modules, and can be downloaded for print or used directly from the website or as a pdf on your computer or smartphone. They are available as a complete package, or as individual modules. Additional resources and tools are also available as separate downloads.

Best Practice Guidelines, complete package

Healthy Workplaces for Helping Professions Project Project Healthy Workplaces for Helping Professions Project Project

Health Risk Daily Assessment This tool provides a way for front-line staff to assess risks on a daily basis

Nonprofit Risk Management Center Nonprofit Risk Management Center

My Risk Assessment is a self-assessment tool that guides users through a series of questions about your risk management processes and specific risks that your nonprofit faces. After users complete one or more of the 13 modules discussing different risks, My Risk Assessment offers advice based on your self-assessment results in a custom report and executive summary. My Risk Assessment includes a risk ranking function that allows a team to collaborate to select and prioritize risks facing the organization. Risk ranking results are aggregated for review and discussion by your team.

My Risk Management Plan App
Want to show your stakeholders how your nonprofit team manages risk? My Risk Management Plan enables users to easily draft a custom risk management plan. You can share your Risk Management Plan as a Word document or PDFs, or return to the My Risk Management Plan app to store and edit your Plan virtually

School of Social Work University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work University of Pittsburgh

Topics Include
• How and why client violence is a critical issue for social workers and other human services
• Identification of key risk markers for violent behavior within three spheres:
• How to prepare oneself to ensure safety in both office and field settings