Safe Job Procedures


Safe Work Practices/Safe Job Procedures are a necessary administrative control measure for addressing significant hazards or for dealing with circumstances that may present other significant risks/liabilities for your company. They should reflect your company's approach to controlling hazards.

 We provide support to employers who may not have the available internal resources to research and create safe job procedures, or to those who want to bring in an independent company to support H&S culture change and reinforce the importance of compliance.

The initial stage BVS Canada take in creating safe job procedures is a short meeting to better understand your business process and requirements. This gives you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about developing your health and safety system and how to implement it within your company.

Why Are Safe Job Procedures Required?

The number of practices/procedures and the degree of detail will depend on the range of work activities your company performs. It is important that management and supervision are involved in the development of safe work practices and that they provide adequate training for workers likely to follow these practices.

What you Need

  • Review Existing Hazard Assessments and Controls

  • Identifying Key Job Roles and Work Tasks

  • Creating a list of tasks requiring SJP to control risk

  • Written SJP which includes, safe work practices, PPE, hazards, step by step procedure

  • Digital & Hard Copy

  • Management Review

Our Procedure

  1. Work site visit to ascertain what people do, list all work tasks/activities.

  2. Review Formal hazard assessments.

  3. Identify tasks, needing safe Job Procedures.

  4. Complete SJP for each task.

  5. SJP annual review facilitation with key personnel and management

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Contact Us for More Information

To book an initial H&S consultation or just ask some questions, call our team directly : Eastern Canada + 647 205 0652 or Western Canada +1 403 609 1413