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Health & Safety for Hospitality Small Business - Forms


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Sample health and safety program for hospitality small business

This form is only a guideline. You'll need to tailor it to meet the health and safety needs of your particular workplace. For example, you'll need to add specific information on written safe work procedures, state any personal protective equipment you need, list additional training and orientation topics, and provide details about first aid and emergency procedures.
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* PDF (102 KB)

Annual review of health and safety program

Use this checklist to review the effectiveness of your health and safety program.
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* PDF (96 KB)

Worker orientation checklist

Use this checklist when training new workers on health and safety in your workplace.
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* PDF (297 KB)

Inspection checklist

Use this checklist when conducting your regular safety inspections. Go over every aspect of your workplace to identify possible hazards. Use blank lines to add items that are specific to your workplace.
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* PDF (79 KB)

Inspection report

Use this report to record the results of your regular workplace inspections.
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* PDF (83 KB)

Accident investigation report

Use this report to record the results of your accident investigation.
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* PDF (143 KB)

First aid record

Use this form to record workplace injuries.
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* PDF (72 KB)

Monthly health and safety meeting record

Use this sheet to record what's been discussed at your monthly health and safety meetings.
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* PDF (96 KB)

Basic first aid kit

The items listed in the kit must be kept in a container that can readily be taken to the scene of an injury. The container must be weatherproof if necessary to keep the items clean and dry.
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* PDF (47 KB)

Employer's Report of Injury or Occupational Disease (form 7)

The Workers Compensation Act requires that an employer complete and submit an Employer's Report of Injury or Occupational Disease within three days of its occurrence. Failure to do so is an offence and may result in the employer being charged with part of the cost of the claim.
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* PDF (296 KB) updated form



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