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  Alberta Government OHS Alberta Government OHS

Alberta Government New Approval Processes for First Aid Training Agency Courses

Health and Safety Committee/ Health and Safety Representative Training Program

Health and Safety Representative Curriculum Standard

Health and Safety Committee and Health and Safety Representative Curriculum Standard

Health and Safety Committee/Health and Safety Representative Training Agency Standard

Health and Safety Committee/Health and Safety Representative Manual

HSC/HS Representative Approved Trainers

OHS Website: Work Site Health And Safety Committees And Representatives

Applying For A Joint Work Site Health And Safety Committee

HSC HS Rep Approval Self-Evaluation Tool pdf

HSC Co-Chairs And Hs Representatives Required To Receive Mandatory Training

Employer Records

Occupational Health and Safety Act Chapter 0-2.1

Occupational Health and Safety Code

Occupational Health and Safety Regulation

Know Your Obligations After a Workplace Incident Employer Fact Sheet Compliance

OHS Incident Investigations


Tips on Selecting an Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Consultant

Picture of Building an Effective Health and Safety Management System

Employer's Guide to Occupational Health & Safety

Worker’s guide to OHS

Health and Safety Programs - Government of Alberta

Applying For A Joint Worksite Health And Safety Committee Or Health And Safety Representative Approval

Innovation and Engagement Grants

Dealing With the Troubled Employee

Workplace Peer Support

Workplace Health and Wellness

How to Support Your Employee's Fitness for Work

Volume 1 Overview of Best Practices in OHS

Leading Indicators for Workplace Health and Safety

List of Alberta Government OHS Related Websites

Part 11: First Aid of the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Code,

Employee Handbook File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat 0.4 section five: Health and Safety at WCB. WCB's Health and Safety Mandate. 5.59. Health, Safety and Wellness Advisory Committee. 5.60. Hazard Assessment .

A Plus Benefits A Plus Benefits

The Importance of Safety Meetings
Your role in an injury-free workplace You know that success as an organization incorporates both quality work and a commitment to safety on the job. That’s why we hold safety meetings on a regular basis. Whether you’re a new employee or a seasoned pro, safety meetings provide a quick and easy way for us to show you ways in which you can reduce on-the-job accidents. More importantly, safety meetings allow you an opportunity to relay safety and health concerns or improvement ideas to your supervisor. Often, some of the best safety ideas come from you...

Accident Injury Prevention Accident Injury Prevention

Accident Injury Prevention 8 hour Alberta Occupational Health & Safety Workshop
Laws governing health and safety in Alberta’s workplaces fall under the Occupational Health & Safety Act Regulation and Code. Occupational health and safety is responsible for enforcing the OH&S Regulation and Code through inspections, investigations and prosecutions. This 8 hour Alberta Occupational Health & Safety workshop will prepare you and your staff to effectively meet compliance requirements with Alberta's new consolidated OH&S Regulation and Code.


ACDS Staff Safety Toolkit – Free

This toolkit was developed to build the capacity of organizations around the safety of staff. It includes guiding principles based on current best practices in safety training and a framework for sharing key information. The Toolkit looks at staff safety from the three perspectives, other people, place and self. Developed for use by those responsible for in-house training and supervision, and will address the four key elements of motivation, reinforcement, retention and transference to day to day work. The tools will be designed to encourage frontline staff to take an active and cognitive approach to learning that will enable them to identify potential risks, reconcile, experiences and reflect on the core values needed to be safe and successful in their work. The focus is on providing consistent messaging and the sharing useful strategies and resources. This is a living document.

Click here to watch the video and learn more about the toolkit.

View the Staff Safety Toolkit

ACHIEVE Canada Centre for Leadership and Workplace Development ACHIEVE Canada Centre for Leadership and Workplace Development

ACHIEVE provides professional development training in the areas of leadership and workplace performance to over 15,000 people each year. We welcome you to join our community of learners. Webinars, Live Streaming, On-site, Public OHS training events.

Active Beat Active Beat

11 Dos and Don’ts for Workplace Wellness
Many businesses and corporations are jumping on board the health promotion band wagon by offering their employees gym memberships, active breaks, and lunch and learn opportunities. The fact is, a healthy employee is a productive employee. Unfortunately, many programs fail at drawing in the expected excitement, appreciation, and employee participation leaving this great initiative dead in the water. While preaching to the converted is easy, getting buy in, from those employees who would rather poke their eye out with a pencil than join a yoga class, is a daunting (and otherwise impossible) task...

Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships (AASP) Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships (AASP)

Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships (AASP) is Alberta Government approved Certifying Partner and a registered non-profit organization under the Society Act of Alberta. The AASP is a service focused Certifying Partner, providing a practical and reasonable approach to health and safety in the workplace. Through our commitment to our members, and solely through their funding of memberships and course fees, the AASP has grown to be the second largest issuer of Certificates of Recognition (COR and SECOR) in the province. The AASP is also the largest Certifying Partner that serves all industries in Alberta while receiving no government funding.

ALIGN/Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships(AASP) as a Certifying Partner (Road Map To COR).

Alberta Safety Council Alberta Safety Council

The Partners in Injury Reduction (PIR) program encourages the development of effective workplace health, safety and disability management programs in Alberta.  The program offers Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) premium incentives to employers who reduce their claim costs below predicted targets. Employers must meet specified standards for health and safety outlined by Alberta Employment, Immigration and Industry. Companies entering the PIR program work towards attaining a Certificate of Recognition (COR). A COR indicates that an employer has implemented a health

Albertas Workers Health Centre Albertas Workers Health Centre

Resources for Workplace Accommodations

Duty To Accommodate in the Workplace Alberta Human Rights Commission Bulletin pdf

Medical Information Bulletin
How much medical information do you need to provide your employer? This explanation and forms from the Alberta Human Rights Commission will help you obtaining proper medical information to use for return to work situations.

Canada’s National Occupational Health and Safety Website (CanOSH) Canada’s National Occupational Health and Safety Website (CanOSH)

CanOSH is a website to enable Canadians to easily and independently locate occupational health and safety information provided by the federal, provincial and territorial governments of Canada and by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)

Canadian Language Benchmarks' Essential Skills Website Canadian Language Benchmarks' Essential Skills Website

A website created by the federal government to help sector councils, industry organizations, and workplaces to define occupational language requirements and to provide appropriate language training or development opportunities.

Canadian Red Cross Canadian Red Cross

Provide training related to safety and respect in the work place.

Continuing Care Safety Association Continuing Care Safety Association

Safety Leadership  learn more about strategies and tools designed for your leadership team to improve awareness, safety performance and accountability throughout your organization

Essential Skills and Competencies learn more about how understanding and using essential skills and safety competencies can assist you in achieving a safer workplace.

Return-to-Work & Disability Management learn more about getting your workers safely back to work.

Excellence Canada Excellence Canada

Organizational Certification
Canada Awards for Excellence - Standards and Requirements

Excellence, Innovation and Wellness®
Healthy Workplace®
Mental Health at Work®

As organizations accomplish each of the four successive levels of any one standard, they make a submission to have their progress verified and certified by Excellence Canada. When successfully certified at the second, third, and fourth levels, organizations are qualified to receive Canada Awards for Excellence Silver, Gold, and Platinum Awards.

Essencials Program

Excellence Essentials
Healthy Workplace® Essentials
Mental Health at Work® Essentials

Essentials are offered as foundational programs to help introduce small and medium-sized organizations to the principles and benefits of continual quality improvement, healthy workplaces, and mental health through a one year work plan. Upon satisfying the requirements, a submission is made and Excellence Canada verifies the progress and certifies the successful organizations.

Quiz - 10 Steps to a Certified Healthy Workplace
Here are the 10 requirements that make up the Healthy Workplace® Essentials program, leading to a certificate from Excellence Canada upon successful implementation. See how well you think your own organization is doing by rating it against each requirement

First Reference First Reference

First Reference has helped businesses, non-profits and charities meet legal requirements and best practices for HR, payroll, accessibility, finance, accounting, governance, IT

Understanding Alberta’s updated employment and labour law By Yosie Saint-Cyr LL.B., Managing Editor, The Human Resources Advisor™ January 2018

Gilbert's Risk Gilbert's Risk

The Importance of Safety Meetings
Choose Appropriate Topics For Your Safety Meeting Safety meetings should address current issues, potential problems, best practices, and preventative measures. Here are some ideas to consider when preparing for a safety meeting...

Government of Canada Business and Industry Government of Canada Business and Industry

Workplace Health And Safety Regulations
You have an obligation to ensure the health and safety of all of your employees while they are working. This requires that you comply with certain regulations and standards for the safety of your workplace.

Government of Canada Employment and Social Development Government of Canada Employment and Social Development

Work place health and safety committees
Work place inspections - A matter of health and safety

Health and safety representatives
Employer and employee duties

Compliance Policy
Employers and employees need to fulfill their roles in preventing workplace accidents and injuries, and promoting safe and healthy workplaces as required in Part II of the Canada Labour Code.The Labour Program provides services related to the administration and enforcement of Part II of the Code, and works with employers and employees to help fulfill their responsibilities and obligations under the legislation.Labour Program health and safety officers enforce the Code by conducting inspections and investigations. They also follow a compliance policy to ensure fair and consistent application of the Code in all workplaces.The Compliance Policy includes a range of tools to achieve compliance such as an Assurance of Voluntary Compliance (AVC), directions, and prosecutions

Labour Program  promotes a fair, safe, healthy, stable, cooperative and productive work environment, which contributes to the social and economic well-being of all Canadians. The Labour Program is responsible for protecting the rights and well-being of both workers and employers in federally regulated workplaces. We work closely with provincial and territorial governments, unions, employers, international partners, and other stakeholders to promote fair, safe and productive workplaces and collaborative workplace relations.

Grande Prairie Regional College Grande Prairie Regional College

Online Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety

Get up to 2/3 of your employee training costs covered through the Canada Job Grant. Training can be done online, on-site, and in the classroom. Classes can be part-time or full-time. Apply now >>

Healthy Workplaces for Helping Professions Project (HWHP) Healthy Workplaces for Helping Professions Project (HWHP)

Wellness Program Ideas for Your Workplace.  This infographic lists wellness program ideas suggested by participants of our Be a Wellness Leader Workshops. Any wellness initiatives must be developed based on and evaluated against the Five Wellness Pillars, following the Wellness Cycle.

The Healthy Workplaces Framework Infographic. 

The Healthy Helping Cycle  Healthy Helping Cycle This article explains the relationship between the process of client assistance and health and the growth of a vibrant, healthy organization.

Be a Wellness Leader Workshop Slides.  Take good notes

The Research Partnership Program (RPP) was designed to give agency leaders in human services a process to develop and grow health and wellness initiatives that will have a strong possibility of creating real change. The purposes of the program are: to stimulate wellness initiatives, to work collaboratively using a participatory approach, and to develop models of change. Agencies participating in the RPP will actively be involved in assessment, planning initiatives, implementation of their program, creating communication and policy materials, and program evaluation. Representatives from these agencies will participate in the Alberta-wide Health and Wellness Conference in 2017, to share success stories and lessons learned from their agency’s program. We hope to develop case studies from these agencies that can further inform our HWHP framework and provide examples for other Alberta human-services agencies. We would like to identify other interested agencies in each of the sub-sectors to continue this work.

HR Professionals HR Professionals

A Benefit to All Getting the most from your health and safety committee
Recruitment, diversity, motivation, effectiveness and retention: these are the cornerstones that an efficient health and safety committee is built on. Getting the most from your health and safety committee is beneficial to everyone.

Healthy at Work How to start a cost-effective workplace health and wellness program
More and more companies are aware of the importance of maintaining a healthy workplace and they’re taking initiative to offer services that can improve the physical and mental wellbeing of their employees.

Making Employee Health Personal
A healthy workforce is a productive workforce – and here’s how you can help We know that wellness programs save companies money. Research has shown that companies that take their employees’ health seriously outperform the S&P 500 by a whopping three to one.

Human Resource News & Insights Human Resource News & Insights

Updating Your Employee Handbook: The Essentials. Claims prevention & the employee handbook - It's easy to overlook the importance of keeping the employee handbook current. Here's a checklist you can use to make sure you've got all your bases covered

Injury Prevention Centre (IPC) Injury Prevention Centre (IPC)

The Injury Prevention Centre (IPC) is a provincial organization committed to advancing the impact of prevention, emergency response, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries in Alberta. The Centre staff consists of researchers, data analysts, program coordinators, educators and communicators who work with partners across Alberta to control injury.

Institute of Safety and Health Management Institute of Safety and Health Management

Importance Of Providing Safety Training In A Language Understood By Employees
Working as a Safety Manager in the construction industry comes with many challenges. There is always the challenge of getting personnel to...

Designing and Implementing a Workplace Safety Program
Workplace safety is perhaps the single most important aspect of any industry across the globe. There are many career fields that are...

Organizational Safety Culture
Safety culture refers to the ways that safety issues are addressed in a workplace. It often reflects “the attitudes, beliefs, perceptions and...

Intelex’s EHS Management Software Intelex’s EHS Management Software

Intelex’s EHS Management Software applications make it easy to manage, track and report your safety data.


Networks of influence: practising safety leadership in low hazard environments
Guidance notes and safety standards to improve organisational safety increasingly encourage safety leadership. However, two things still remain unclear: who are safety leaders and what do they do to ensure safety? This study addressed these questions, looking at low-hazard environments characteristic of service sector organisations...

Occupational health management in the workplace
If you’re an occupational safety and health practitioner or other business professional, this guide helps you understand health risks in the workplace. It also provides guidelines on what businesses need to consider and do, and when they need to get expert help

Kevin Burns Kevin Burns

Are You Personally Top 3 Reliable in Safety?
Reliability is what happens when quality, safety and personal pride guide your work. So, let me ask you this question: are you considered reliable?

Would the people you work with name you as one of the top three most reliable team members in safety and who consistently look out for the welfare of others? If no, then why not?

When you're at work, your team members want to be able to rely on the other members of the team. All of them. Good team members are reliable. They do the right thing at the right time for the good of the team. Reliability goes a long way in building your reputation.

A Coffee Break To Becoming A More Effective Safety Leader July 16, 2014

Mission Box Mission Box

Workplace safety: Basics for nonprofits Creating a safe environment for one and all
Nonprofits are unique in the wide range of their stakeholders — staff members, program participants, clients, beneficiaries, board members and volunteers. The challenge is to create a safe environment for all of them.

Mount Royal University Mount Royal University

Mount Royal University Occupational Health & Safety Certificate This part-time certificate program is designed to help practitioners from many different backgrounds develop the competencies needed to be effective in the development, implementation, and evaluation of occupational health and safety programs and systems in a wide variety of occupational settings.

National Association of Social Workers’  National Association of Social Workers’

NASW Guidelines for Social Worker Safety in the Workplace; National Association of Social Workers’ (2013) These American guidelines address safety within the context of social work practice. Ideally, these guidelines can stimulate the development of agency policies and practices to enhance social worker safety

Supervision: – The Safety Net for Front-Line Child Welfare Practice Report from a Think Tank Symposium February 2011

National Standard Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace National Standard Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace

Prevention, promotion and guidance to staged implementation The Mental Health Commission of Canada’s 2012 report Changing Directions-Changing Lives: the Mental Health Strategy for Canada recommended the wide adoption of psychological health and safety standards in Canadian workplaces. The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) worked with the CSA and the Bureau de normalisation du Québec (BNQ) to develop The National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace in 2013. The Commission describes it as “a set of voluntary guidelines, tools and resources intended to guide organizations in promoting mental health and preventing psychological harm at work.” Employers, governments and regulatory authorities, service providers, policy and legal specialists, and unions were involved in the development of the National Standard. Over time and with training, the National Standard could be a very important tool for unions in advocating for better mental health practices in the workplace.


Workplace Congruence and Occupational Outcomes among Social Service Workers Br J Soc Work. 2016 Jun; 46(4): 1096–1114. Published online 2015 Jan 28.
Workplace expectations reflect an important consideration in employee experience. A higher prevalence of workplace congruence between worker and employer expectations has been associated with higher levels of productivity and overall workplace satisfaction across multiple occupational groups. Little research has investigated the relationship between workplace congruence and occupational health outcomes among social service workers. This study sought to better understand the extent to which occupational congruence contributes to occupational outcomes by surveying unionised social service workers (n = 674) employed with the Government of Alberta, Canada. Multiple regression analysis shows that greater congruence between workplace and worker expectations around workloads, workplace values and the quality of the work environment significantly: (i) decreases symptoms related to distress and secondary traumatic stress; (ii) decreases intentions to leave; and (iii) increases overall life satisfaction. The findings provide some evidence of areas within the workplace of large government run social welfare programmes that can be better aligned to worker expectations to improve occupational outcomes among social service worker

The impact of onsite workplace health-enhancing physical activity interventions on worker productivity: a systematic review.Occup Environ Med. 2015 Jun;72(6):401-12. doi: 10.1136/oemed-2014-102678. Epub 2015 Mar 16.
The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of onsite workplace health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA) programmes on worker productivity. The PROSPERO registration number is CRD42014008750. A search for controlled trials or randomised controlled trials (RCTs) that investigated the effects of onsite workplace HEPA programmes on productivity levels of working adults was performed. Risk of bias of included studies was assessed, and the inter-rater reliability of the quality assessment was analysed. Qualitative synthesis of available evidence is presented. Eight studies were included in the review. There is consistent evidence that onsite workplace HEPA programmes do not reduce levels of sick leave. There appears to be inconsistent evidence of the impact of onsite workplace HEPA programmes on worker productivity.


Nonprofit Safety Rules
Each Employee and client should become familiar with and follow General and Departmental Safety Rules.  Supervisors must enforce Safe Work practices through strict adherence to Safety Rules.

Safety and Audit Inspections Inspection of work areas and audits of safety programs are tools that can be used to identify problems and hazards before these conditions result in accidents or injuries. Audits also help to identify the effectiveness of safety program management and can be used as a guide to assure regulatory compliance and a safe workplace.

Nonprofit Risk Management Center Nonprofit Risk Management Center

Hitting the Nail on the Head: Prioritizing Safety at Your Nonprofit
Safety incidents at a nonprofit can result in the loss of life or permanent injury, plummeting employee morale, reputational damage, insurance claims and costly financial and human resource burdens for the nonprofit. Sector leaders must safeguard their missions from these consequences, and strive to cultivate safe environments for their employees, volunteers, and service recipients.

Workplace Safety Preserves and Protects
Workplace safety is about preventing injury and illness to employees and volunteers in the workplace. Thus, it’s about protecting the nonprofit’s most valuable asset: its staff members. By protecting the staff’s well-being, you can reduce the amount of money paid out in health insurance benefits, workers’ compensation benefits and the cost of wages for temporary help. Also factor in saving the cost of lost-work hours, time spent orienting temporary help, and the programs and services that may suffer due to fewer service providers, stress on those providers who are picking up the absent workers’ share or, worse case, having to suspend or shut down a program due to lack of providers.

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.

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Parachute Canada Parachute Canada

Parachute is a national, charitable organization, that wants to bring attention to the issue of preventable injury and to help Canadians reduce their risks of injury and enjoy long lives lived to the fullest. This site is packed full of great resources and research related to injury prevention!

Passport to Safety  an online national safety test, certification and transcript program for workers. Those who complete a test receive a 'certificate' or 'passport' which acknowledges and verifies the student’s basic level of workplace health and safety knowledge.


Safety Leadership is NOT Safety Management
Safety performance is driven by the leadership of the organization. Leaders establish values, develop procedures, and enforce accountability for their safety programs. Put another way, safety leaders set the standards of safe behavior within their companies. We would obviously expect a safety leader to be someone who exhibits high SafetyDNA®, but leadership is more than just managing one’s own safety behaviors. A true safety leader also motivates his or her coworkers to strive for minimal risk exposure. First, I will discuss exactly what we mean by safety leadership and the actions performed by the employees who fill this role...

Ryerson University. Ryerson University.

Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety
Certificate in Advanced Safety Management.
Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Leadership.

Credits from the certificate can be transferred to the degree) if you decide to continue on to the degree program (please visit the School of Occupational and Public Health if that route interests you).

You can complete the certificate on campus, through the convenience of distance education, or through a combination of both modes. Numerous courses are also offered in intensive format to help you accelerate your studies.

Safety + Health Safety + Health

Safety Leadership: 11 characteristics of great safety performers
Editor’s Note: Achieving and sustaining an injury-free workplace demands strong leadership. In this monthly column, experts from global consulting firm DEKRA Insight share their point of view on what leaders need to know to guide their organizations to safety excellence.

Safety Awakenings Safety Awakenings

Safety videos
Can be used for new hire safety orientation and for regularly scheduled employee safety meetings.1,000 free downloadable workplace safety and health (OSHA) videos


The annual Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey has proven to be a valuable tool for health benefit administrators making decisions about the kind of health coverage their plans will provide. Over the years, the survey has looked at the issues of workplace stress, the growing need for homecare services and disease prevention. It offers the benefits industry an important benchmark to evaluate emerging healthcare issues that impact employee health and productivity

Sun Life Financial Sun Life Financial

Sun Life-Ivey Canadian Wellness Return on Investment Study
“Wellness programs save about 1.5 to 1.7 days in absenteeism per worker over 12 months, or an estimated $251 per employee per year in savings.” The increasing number of health concerns for Canadians has more employers considering workplace wellness programs. The first of its kind in Canada, this academically rigorous research study will aim to provide best practice learning’s for employers, and help pave the way for future research. It is anticipated that the reports will provide much needed data on the potential impact and value that workplace wellness programs can bring to the long-term health and well-being of Canadians

The Conference Board of Canada The Conference Board of Canada

Specialists in economic trends, as well as organizational performance and public policy issues and the foremost independent, evidence-based, not-for-profit applied research organization in Canada. The include safety, health and wellness resources and research.

Health and Safety Leadership Centre
The Conference Board’s Health and Safety Leadership Centre (HSLC) supports the continuous improvement of healthy and safe workplaces. It is founded on the principle that effective health and safety leadership is essential to the operation of a successful business. Participation in the Health and Safety Leadership Centre (HSLC) allows business leaders, governments, and academics to exchange best practices within a learning community and demonstrate their commitment to enhancing employees’ physical, social, and mental well-being.

Wellness Initiatives: Trends in Organizational Health Management

UAC Uni-Assignment Centre UAC Uni-Assignment Centre

Employee Health Safety And Welfare Social Work Essay For smooth functioning of an organization, the employer should to ensure safety and security of his employees. Health and safety form an integral part of work environment

University of Calgary University of Calgary

University of Calgary Health, Safety and Environment Certificate
How we manage workplace and environmental health and safety issues is critical to workers, organizations, and the environment itself. Organizations are highly motivated to avoid the huge costs associated with occupational and environmental accidents and mishaps. Legislation requiring employer compliance creates change and challenge for health, safety and environment (HSE) professionals who must act in the roles of motivator, change leader and enforcer. Employers are looking for people who can identify, evaluate, and communicate information about workplace and environmental conditions that may have adverse impacts on human health. They need people who have the knowledge and skills to plan and implement strategies to control and manage potential problems, and motivate proactive behaviour change.

Work Safety B.C Work Safety B.C

How to Implement a Formal Occupational Health and Safety Program

Injury management & work disability prevention An injury management program is an important part of a healthy and safe workplace. The most effective injury management programs incorporate best practices of disability prevention.

Workplace Safety & Prevention Programs Workplace Safety & Prevention Programs

Leadership to Promote a Culture of Safety Leadership
What is leadership that promotes a culture of safety?

Organizational culture consists of attitudes, values and beliefs that are demonstrated in the workplace on a daily basis and affect the mental and physical well-being of employees; such as respect appreciation commitment to balanced workloads and job enrichment decision latitude employee involvement support for work-life balance.

Strong leaders recognize that solid health and safety performance drives business results. They promote a culture of safety in their organizations, and integrate prevention measures into business strategies, processes and performance measures...