The following resources are primarily designed for union representatives and stewards involved in health and safety advocacy in the workplace.
Stewards are also encouraged to share these resources with members to support their own self-advocacy.
EDUCATION MODULE – How to Report Safety Concerns ME Members can use this brief module to learn how to report, document, and follow up on safety concerns.
Reporting an OH&S Incident/Hazard – Infographic ME JOHS Reporting process diagram.
Violent Incident - Poster JOHS Reminding members how to respond to violence in the workplace.
Safety - Demand It – Poster JOHS Advising members how to take action.
Injured on the Job – Poster JOHS Reminding members how to report workplace injuries.
Occupational Health & Safety Acronyms JOHS A list of commonly used OHS acronyms.
Occupational First Aid - Commonly Asked Questions ME Top 10 questions answered.
EDUCATION MODULE – Introduction to JOHSC ME JOHS This course provides members a general overview of worksite joint occupational health and safety committees and how to become involved with your local committee.
EDUCATION MODULE – JOHSC Terms of Reference (TOR) ME JOHS This brief module provides JOHSC representatives with best practice suggestions to create and review their committee’s TOR.
EDUCATION MODULE – JOHSC Relevant Legislation ME JOHS JOHSC representatives can use this module to learn how to access and review legislation relevant to their role.
JOHSC Worker Representative Welcome – Checklist ME JOHS New JOHSC representatives appointed by BCNU may review this welcome letter with tips and suggestions for their role.
JOHSC Meetings - Tips for Representation ME JOHS Worker representative duties before/during/after.
NEW EDUCATION MODULE – OHS Incident Investigations ME JOHS New Education Module: This intermediate level online module is designed for BCNU JOHSC worker representatives involved in OHS incident investigations. You will learn key terms and concepts related to incident investigations as well as practical skills to support in promoting effective incident investigations in your workplace.
JOHSC Investigations – Infographic ME JOHS Five (5) essential steps for JOHSC representatives to refer to when completing investigations in their role.
OHS Investigations – Before an Incident ME JOHS Checklist: Steps a BCNU JOHSC worker representative can take to prepare for participation in an OHS incident investigation.
OHS Investigations – Interview Considerations ME JOHS Interview Checklist: A detailed checklist for a BCNU JOHSC worker representative participating in witness interviews. A checklist for conducting interviews with witnesses.
OHS Investigations – After an Incident ME JOHS Follow up Checklist: A list of questions for BCNU JOHSC worker representatives to ask after an incident investigation is completed.
NEW EDUCATION MODULE – Hazard Identification and Inspections AOM ME JOHS This intermediate level online module is designed for BCNU JOHSC worker representatives involved in the workplace inspection process. You will learn key terms and concepts related to hazard identification and inspections as well as practical skills that promote effective inspections in your workplace.
Before an Inspection – Checklist ME JOHS Steps a BCNU JOHSC worker representative can take to prepare for an inspection.
Speaking to Workers During an Inspection – Checklist ME JOHS This resource is meant for BCNU JOHSC worker representatives who are speaking with frontline workers during a workplace inspection.
After an Inspection – Checklist ME JOHS Steps a BCNU JOHSC worker representative can take to ensure effective evaluation and follow up after an inspection.
Workplace Inspections – Infographic ME JOHS A resource designed for BCNU JOHSC worker representatives that outlines the stages of a workplace inspection.
EDUCATION MODULE – The CSA Standard for Psychological Health & Safety (the 13 factors) ME SI JOHS This module for BCNU advocates provides information about the CSA Standard Z1003, Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, and the organizational factors that contribute to a psychologically safe workplace.
13 Psychological Factors that Create a Safe Workplace ME SI JOHS Quick reference list with additional references.
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