Records and Statistics
By retaining records related to health and safety BCCF is able to ensure that events are documented, due diligence is being performed and corrective actions as quickly as possible once a hazard has been identified. BCCF commits to keeping records of the following:
- Workplace inspection checklist and reports
- First aid records
- Incident investigation reports and related follow-up reports
- Worker orientation checklists and training documents
- Employee training courses records related to safety, such as first aid, electrofishing, WHMIS etc.
- Tailgate meeting and crew talk meeting notes where safety was discussed
- Supervisor and Safety Coordinator logs
- Disciplinary action related to health and safety rules and practices
- JOHSC meeting minutes
- Contractor and subcontractor qualification documents and proof of WCB coverage
- Equipment log books and maintenance records
- Training records
- Emergency response plans and dates of evacuation drills
- Fire inspection checklists for office workplaces
- Job Safety Analysis/Risk Assessments
- Confined Space Entry Records including hazard assessments & procedures
- WSBC claim related forms (i.e. 6, 7, 7a)
- Reports of hazards from employees
BCCF will annually calculate the number of incidents, number of injuries, types of injuries, total cost of injuries, amount of time lost and types of incidents (near miss, first aid only, health care only, time lost) to determine if there are any trends or activities at higher risk of experiencing an incident. These statistics will assist BCCF to understand if its safety program is effective. In addition BCCF will calculate its injury rate annually. Injury rate is calculated as follows:
STD claims x 100
- STD represents the number of short term disability claims not including long term disability or health care only claims during the specified time period. BCCF will calculate on fiscal calendar year.
- FTE represents the number of full-time employees employed during that same specified time period. BCCF will use their fiscal calendar year.
All SWPs, SJPs, forms, checklists, forms and additional resources for content listed in the above OHSP section will be available in the applicable sections listed on the following page. All staff should review the applicable sections for more information regarding any workplace or equipment safety requirements.
All BCCF employees, contractors, and staff indicating signatory compliance on their applicable and/or project related safety documentation shall have assumed they have read and fully understood the applicable contents of this OHSP and any additional safety materials which have been provided to them through BCCF regarding their activities. If these personnel have any concerns, questions, or are unsure of information pertaining to their activities they should contact the applicable project related safety and/or supervisory staff prior to conducting these activities.