BVS Canada provides in-depth worksite safety inspections that focuses on more than 30 compliance points, including but not limited to emergency response, fall protection, hazard assessments, safety documentation, site conditions, first aid requirements, worker competence, and PPE compliance. Giving you valuable peace of mind and proof that you and your sites are taking all measures necessary to operate a safe work site.
It is human nature that workers can become complacent over time and this is a useful reminder to them of how important safety is to keep themselves and colleagues safe.
Additional COVID-19 Spread Prevention Measures Available if Required
For essential service businesses, such as construction sites, accommodation providers, and stores there are a number of additional safe work practices and measures required to ensure both workers and the general public minimize contact and the likelihood of spreading the coronavirus COVID-19.
- Social Distancing
- Personnel and site hygiene requirements
Why Are Site Inspections Required?
Schedule inspections at weekly, bi-weekly or monthly intervals
- Check-in with onsite trades
Comprehensive official written Work Site Safety Inspection Report
Prioritization on all Identified Hazards
Corrective Actions with Due Dates
Digital and Hard Copy Provided
Our Procedure for Setting up Work Site Safety Inspections
Our team will start by reviewing your safety program and specific requirements for safety inspections.
We then develop an inspection schedule for all work sites.
Inspections will be scheduled and carried out by fully trained, experienced health and safety officers.
- The inspector will visit the worksite, talk to workers and other trades on-site, point out both areas for improvement and note any best practices observed.
Completed Inspection reports will be delivered within 24 hrs, to your required distribution list.
When complete, review with the management team