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Ensuring effective compliance with health and safety regulations is a key part of OHS for all businesses and organizations. All workplaces need to make sure that they are complying with the appropriate rules and regulations to keep their workers as healthy and safe and possible.
Navigating compliance requirements can be tough, as workplace health and safety is constantly evolving – and in Canada OHS is regulated on a provincial level so larger businesses especially need to make sure that they are up-to-date with the intricacies of each province’s requirements.
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In this interactive session, Briggs will use photographs of actual health and safety regulatory compliance issues to take attendees on a virtual tour of one of the worst work environments imaginable. This presentation will educate participants about hazard and risk identification and discuss examples of both common and uncommon compliance audit and assessment scenarios.
Briggs is a Senior Consultant at Colden Corporation. He has been involved in the field of environmental health and safety (EHS) for over 40 years. Servicing clients across the United States, Canada, and International markets, he focuses on assisting with their technical and management problems related to industrial hygiene/workplace exposures, employee, facility, and process safety, loss prevention and emergency response, and training and education.
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