Safety Program Resources
In order to help you develop and maintain your Health & Safety Program, we have developed a number of resources for you to use as a guide. These include a comprehensive list of Safe Work Practices along with other relevant templates, checklists and forms.
Please know that the information presented in these publications is intended for general use and may not apply to every circumstance. They are not a definitive guide to government regulations and do not relieve persons using any publication from their responsibilities under applicable legislation. We, the ACSA, cannot guarantee the accuracy of, nor assume liability for, the information presented here.
Bulk Order Forms
- Load Securement Safety:
List of Safe Work Practices
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- SWPs, A through E
- SWPs, F through O
- SWPs, P through R
- SWPs, S through Z
LSE Proficiency Package – This Package contains all of the necessary forms and checklists to assist you with your health and safety management program. It also provides you with a summary of the steps required to help you achieve your certificate of LSE Proficiency. Further resources and individual forms will be made available via the Student Portal once you have successfully completed your course. To receive the LSE Certificate of Proficiency, participants must follow the provided guidelines and submit copies of the following documents to the ACSA:
- a hazard assessment and corrective action report
- toolbox meeting
- site inspection
- site investigation (incident or near-incident)
A Certificate of Proficiency is required for the National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) Program (Note: not the HSA).
Overhead Powerline Contact Awareness Presentation – This flash presentation was produced by the ACSA as an introductory orientation to the hazards surrounding powerline contacts. This is a non-certification, awareness only, presentation that may be used by any interested party. This video resource has been temporarily removed from our website for updating. We apologize for any inconvenience.
PHSM Templates and Resources – These resources include sample forms that can be adapted to work within your company’s Health & Safety manual. Students registered in the two-day PHSM course receive much more, including a comprehensive step-by-step guide with more than 40 free resources with workable templates. This assists in providing employers with the tools and ability to build an effective health and safety manual, plus much more.
New Audit Tool – This is the Audit Tool used by ACSA members during the audit process.
This New Audit Tool contains useful information, along with guidelines and checklists. Individual forms and downloads, such as the Audit Interview Chart and Interview Questions will be available to ACSA students completing the Auditor Training Program via their Student Portal.
SECOR Evaluation Tool – Small Employer Health & Safety Management System Evaluation Tool.
This evaluation tool is designed to determine whether a small employer has addressed the basic aspects of a health and safety management program. It is one of five key steps to help a small employer obtain their Small Employer Certificate of Recognition. To see the full list of steps and find out further information, visit our SECOR Process page.
Contractor Questionnaire – Used to meet the requirements of Element 13 Contracting Services. This form applies to the SECOR Program only.
ACSA Disclaimer & Copyright
Disclaimer The information presented is intended for general use and may not apply to every circumstance. It is not a definitive guide to government regulations and does not relieve persons using this information from their responsibilities under applicable legislation. The ACSA does not guarantee the accuracy of, nor assume liability for, the information presented here. Counseling and advice on construction safety and training issues are available on request.
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