Occupational and Environmental Safety & Health (OESH)

Policies, Operational Procedures and Guidelines

Section 1 OESH - General
Section 2

Occupational Health
includes

  • Guideline for Managers/Supervisors - Follow-up of Communicable Diseases
  • Scabies Guideline for Supervisors/Managers
  • Scabies Guideline for Staff
  • Tuberculosis (TB) Guideline for Supervisors/Managers
  • Biological Hazards Prevention and Control
  • Blood and Body Fluid Exposures
  • Critical Incident Stress Management
  • Employee Health Records
  • Latex Safe Environment for Staff
  • Immunization and Tuberculin Testing
  • Sharps, Safe Handling use and Disposal
  • Upper Extremity Supportive Devices
Section 3

Disability Case Management

  • Manager to OESH Referral Forms
  • Employee Return To Work Packages
  • Modfied Duty Forms
Section 4

MSI Prevention
includes

  • Computer Workstation Guidelines
  • Manual Material Handling
  • Provincial Safe Work Procedures
  • Safe Patient Handling Manual
  • Safe Patient Handling Resources
  • Safe Patient Handling and Movement OP
Section 5

Environmental Safety
includes

  • Chemical Hazards Prevention and Control
  • Code Brown
  • Emergency Eye Wash
  • First Aid
  • Hearing Conservation and Noise Control
  • Job Hazard Analysis
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Powered and Non Power Equipment
  • Report and Resolution of Safety Concerns
  • Respectful Workplace
  • Respiratory
  • Right to Refuse
  • Safe Work Procedures
  • Tagging Out of Unsafe Equipment
  • Training Plan
  • Worker Involvement
  • Working Alone or in Isolation
Section 6 Workplace Safety & Health Committees
Section 7 OESH Equipment
Section 8 Health & Safety Training
Section 9 Quality Improvement & Reporting
Section 10 Audit
Section 11

Other WRHA Safety Programs
Includes 

  • Cytotoxic Safety
  • Laser Safety Program
  • Radionuclide Safety Program
Section 12

Safe Work Procedures and Fact Sheets
Includes

  • Bed Bugs Protocol
  • Latex Safe Environment for Staff
  • Mice/Rodents in Client's Home
  • Safe Driving
  • Guideline for Managers/Supervisors - Follow-up of Communicable Diseases
  • Scabies Guideline for Supervisors/Managers
  • Scabies Guideline for Staff
  • Tuberculosis (TB) Guideline for Supervisors/Managers
Section 13

Community Health Services/WIS Specific Information Includes

  • Animals in Client's Homes/Environment
  • Working Alone
  • SAFT
  • SVP
  • Right to Refuse
  • INM Process
  • Mice
  • Bed Bugs
  • Safe Driving

 

 


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