Health and Safety Responsibilities for Managers, Supervisors and Workers

The responsibilities are clearly outlined in RMM #102. More information can be obtained for managers and supervisors by attending Due Diligence training.

This element speaks to responsibilities as well as accountabilities of all parties to include contractors and visitors.

A visitor's log is to be used within restricted areas of the workplace i.e. physical plant shops, hospitality kitchens, nuclear reactor and level 2 and 3 labs.  All visitors who are temporarily entering the workplace and may be admitted to areas generally off limits to the public need to be signed in and out using the visitor's log found in the appendix of RMM 102.

The visitor is on business but is not under contract. This program also discusses non-routine work and the need to refresh training.

All training needs to be documented.

Due Diligence Checklist

Main Program

102 Occupational Health and Safety Act

102 Visitor's Log Appendix B

Supplementary Programs

100 Workplace and Environmental Health and Safety Policy

101 McMaster University Risk Management System

111 Contracting Work Safety Program / Due Diligence Program

113 Children in the Workplace Program

Worker Definition under OHSA (Bill 18) Guideline

Training Opportunities

Due Diligence Training - Schedules and Registration

All EOHSS Training