OH&S AB Requirements
The Department of Human Services Alberta
“Human Services’ mission is to assist Albertans in creating the conditions for safe and supportive homes, communities and workplaces so they have opportunities to realize potential. Its core business is to work collaboratively with community partners to deliver citizen-centered programs and services that improve quality of life for Albertans.”
Employers and Workers in Alberta have specific protections and requirements related to Occupational Health, Occupational Safety and Human Rights, that can found in the following Acts, Code and Explanatory Guides.
All Employers are required to have a Health and Safety Management system in place for the protection of workers.
Occupational Health and Safety Act – Alberta
Occupational Health and Safety Code – Alberta
Occupational Health and Safety Regulation – Alberta
Occupational Health and Safety Code Explanation Guide – Alberta
CSA codes referenced in the Occupational Health and Safety Act – Alberta
Administrative Penalties (Occupational Health and Safety – Alberta)
The Alberta Human Rights Act protects both Employers and Workers. All Employers and Workers in Alberta should be familiar with this legislation.