Introducing road safety tools and resources for your workplace


Attention construction employers and BCCSA members

Make plans to participate in the upcoming workshop

Introducing Road Safety Tools and Resources for your Workplace

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Date :  August 16, 2016

Time: 8:30am – 12:00pm

Location: Vancouver Regional Construction Association
3636 East 4th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia V5M 1M3

 

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Co-hosted by the BC Construction Safety Alliance, this interactive session is for construction sector employers. It will engage participants in conversations and exercises to help them build and implement a road safety program that fits their organization.  Participants learn about the human and financial costs of motor vehicle incidents, and apply hazard identification / risk assessment procedures to prioritize road safety issues. They will use Road Safety At Work tools and resources to develop action plans aimed at preventing workplace vehicle crashes.

Space is limited to 20 participants so reserve your seat for now this ½-day workshop. We will canvas registered participants before the session and use their suggestions to “customize” the workshop to focus on driving circumstances and road safety challenges that drivers in the construction sector workplaces encounter.

 Who Should Attend

The workshop is for owners, managers, supervisors, health and safety practitioners, Joint Occupational Health and Safety committee members and others who have responsibility for making decisions and developing programs to keep employees safe on BC roads.

You are encouraged to send one or two representatives from your organization. To help you develop and improve your road safety program, we will provide each organization with three hours of follow-up consultation with one of our road safety specialists.

For more information or to register, contact Angelina Robinson at Angelina.robinson@roadsafetyatwork.ca or 604-770-2500

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