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1

Why is health and safety so important to companies?

1. Company reputation
2. Employee wellness
3. Corporation may be liable if health and safety is not adequate

2

What are the impacts of accidents?

1. Fines/penalties
2, Loss of employee "know-how"
3. CNESST costs, inspectors
4. Train replacements
5. Competitive advantage
6. Productivity, morale
7. Reputation

3

What are the provincial laws regarding health and safety regimentation?

1. Act respecting occupational health and safety
2. Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases
3. Related regulations

4

What are the other laws regarding health and safety regimentation?

1. Fire code
2. Building code
3. CSA
4. International Standards

5

T/F Health and Safety is primarily Provincial Laws

TRUE!

6

T/F Can a company or manager become criminally responsible?

TRUE
Criminal endangerment

7

What is due diligence? (2 factors) What can it be used for?

Taking all reasonable precautions in the circumstances for the protection of the worker + documentation
This can be used as a DEFENCE agains criminal endangerment

8

CNESST stands for?

Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail.

9

List key words involved in worker's rights

-proper working conditions for health and safety and physical well being
-training
-refusal of work when exposed to danger

10

List key words involved in workers obligations

-familiar w/ prevention program
-necessary measures to ensure own and others safety
-Participate in identification/elimination of risks
-cooperation

11

List key words in employers obligations

-necessary measures the protect workers safety
-15 specific obligations

12

_____ is important and must be _____

Training
Documented

13

When is training necessary?

-before first day, on company procedures, rights, obligations and risks
-site tour with emergency measures, first aid
-training on machines

14

When is training necessary?

-before first day, on company procedures, rights, obligations and risks (i.e. outerwear, hard hat)
-site tour with emergency measures, first aid
-training on machines

15

What 7 areas are inspected in the workplace?

1. Posting
2. First Aid
3. Fire prevention
4. Personal Protection Equipment
5. Work areas & warehousing
6. Equipment
7. Chemicals

16

What 7 areas are inspected in the workplace?

1. Posting
2. First Aid
3. Fire prevention
4. Personal Protection Equipment
5. Work areas and warehousing
6. Equipment
7. Chemicals

17

When are investigations conducted?

As soon as possible

18

What are investigations for?

-Accidents
-Near misses

19

Why are investigations conducted?

To prevent another accident by finding the causes of the accident

20

What are the 7 steps to HOW an investigation may be conducted?

1. Secure the scene
2. Find information
3. Order the information
4. Find the causes
5. Find the corrective actions
6. Implement the corrective actions
7. Verification

21

Name 4 ways information could be found for an investigation

1. Injured worker
2. Witnesses
3. Scene (pictures)
4. Other documentation

22

Name some examples of common kitchen risks

1. Steamers/Hot tables
2. Improper storage
3. Machines (i.e. food processors)
4. Congested areas
5. Chemicals
6. Slippery floors
7. Musculoskeletal problems
8. Fire
9. Electricity
10. Knives

23

When an accident occurs all companies must be registered at ____ and pay their ______

CNESST
Due causation

24

When an accident occurs, it is important to ensure that workers declare _____ all accidents

immediately

25

When is it necessary to produce the "Avis et Demande de Remboursement (ADR)" at CNESST?

1) Medical visit
2) Loss of time

26

Name the 3 skills needed to perform in health and safety

1. Objectivity
2. Observation skill
3. Resourcefulness