- Urgent support and reporting: How to report and investigate a serious incident as required by WorkSafeBC
- Critical incident response (CIR): Sometimes called crisis management, CIR services are a specialized professional response to workplace crises
Addressing Domestic Violence
- Addressing domestic violence in the BC Public Service: Information and support for employees and supervisors
Refusing Unsafe Work
If you feel that your workplace or tools are unsafe, see
Contribute to a safe workplace by following safe work procedures, immediately reporting unsafe conditions or incidents and being prepared to respond appropriately in the event of a workplace injury or emergency.
- Emergency wardens
- First aid
- Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee (JOHSC)
- Working alone risk assessment and check-in
- Workplace Hazardous Materials System (WHMIS)
- WHMIS (2015)
- Violence in the workplace
Safety Roles & Responsibilities
Workplace health and safety concerns all employees:
From work-site safety orientation for new and young workers to training in accident investigations, violence in the workplace and hazardous exposure, safety education covers all aspects of an employee’s job.
Working With WorkSafeBC
WorkSafeBC educates employers and employees and monitors compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation. In case of work-related injuries or diseases, WorkSafeBC offers return-to-work rehabilitation, compensation, healthcare benefits and other services.