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RPM Offers New Small Business Path

- by Blake Henderson

The RPM team has worked diligently to create a modified path towards certification for the 1-3 employee/person trucking company. Up until now trucking companies had to take four separate one-day certification courses and complete the 19 or fewer employee certification audit.

It is next to impossible for operations of this size to free up the time to complete this training, and many of the questions in the 19 or fewer employee certification audit were not applicable. With the help of SafeWork Manitoba, RPM is able to offer employers of this size this simplified path towards certification.

If you or someone you know has a trucking company in Manitoba that falls into this size category, please contact RPM at 204-632-6600.
 

POLICY HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEES IN THE FEDERAL JURISDICTION

- by Blake Henderson

Did you know that a company that employees more than three hundred employees must have a Policy Health & Safety Committee as well as work place Health & Safety Committees and/or Health & Safety Representatives..

Please follow this link to review section 134.1, 135 and 136 of the CLCII, https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/L-2/

as well as https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2015-164/index.html which is a link to Policy Committees, Work Place Committees and Health and Safety Representatives Regulations.

Please call Stacey, Michael or Dave @ RPM for more information, 204-632-6600.

 

M.E.L Cartage Certified!

- by Blake Henderson

Congratulations to M.E.L Cartage for becoming SAFE Work Certified earning their Trucking Certificate of Recognition!


 

Nominations are now open for the 2019 SAFE Work Awards!

- by Blake Henderson

Each year, SAFE Work Manitoba recognizes Manitoba individuals, safety and health committees, and companies/organizations that demonstrate a strong commitment to the health and safety of their workers.

The Three award categories are:

  1. SAFEty Culture Award;
  2. Worker SAFEty Award and;
  3. SAFEty and Health Committee Award

SAFEty Culture Award — This award goes to a workplace with a positive safety culture. Anyone can nominate a workplace for a SAFEty Culture Award.

Worker SAFEty Award — This award goes to an individual who is committed to safe work. Nominations for the Worker SAFEty Award will be accepted from any other individual in the same workplace.

SAFEty and Health Committee Award — This award goes to a workplace safety and health committee that takes an active role in improving health and safety in the workplace. Nominations for the SAFEty and Health Committee Award will be accepted from anyone in the workplace who is not a member of the committee.

The Deadline to submit is Monday, May 27, 2019. For submission criteria and the nomination forms please visit the SAFE Work Manitoba website here.

 

NAOSH Week 2019

- by Blake Henderson

North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week focuses on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace and raises understanding and awareness of safety and health issues. "People, Passion and Prevention" is the theme of this annual occupational safety and health celebration led by the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering

NAOSH events are meant as a way to revitalize commitment to safety in a fun way. For event ideas visit SAFE Work Manitoba's website.

NAOSH Week Awards

There are awards in four categories:

  • Best New Entry
  • Most Innovative
  • Best Representation of Theme
  • Best Overall

The awards will be presented at the CSSE Professional Development Conference in Winnipeg and submissions for 2019 will be accepted from Monday May 13, 2019 to Friday June 14, 2019

For more more information on NAOSH awards click here!

 

Work Place Psychological H&S at RPM

- by Blake Henderson

This Month RPM will be hosting a Workplace Psychological Health and Safety workshop presented by the WCB.

The objective of the workshop is to help with identifying and addressing hazards that can cause mental injury. Learning more about the CSA National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, raise your awareness of workplace mental health concerns, identify common psychological hazards and learn how to include psychological considerations into your health and safety program.

to register please click here

 

Big Freight Systems SAFE Work Certified

- by Blake Henderson

On behalf of all of RPM – congratulations goes to the whole team at Big Freight Systems for their hard work and dedication becoming the first Manitoba Trucking company to become SAFE Work Certified in 2019 earning their Trucking Certificate of Recognition!


 

Payne Transportation Certificate of Recognition

- by Blake Henderson

Congratulations to Payne Transportation for being the most recent company of 2018 to pass their Safe Work Certification audit, achieving their Certificate of Recognition.

http://www.paynetransportation.com/payne-transport...

 

Certificate of Recognition

- by Michael Thiessen

RPM Trucking Industry Safety and the Manitoba Trucking Association are proud to announce that beginning today we will be using the langauge Certificate of Recognition in relation to our SAFE Work Certified Programming for the Trucking Industry in Manitoba. This action is in response to requests from our memers who have faced challenges when such a certificate is required to work on certain jobs.


 

Remote Training

- by Blake Henderson

RPM will be going to Winkler this November 28th and 29th to provide our Principles of Safety and Health Management and Safety and Health Committee/Representative courses for anyone interested in taking them.

For more information and to register please see below.

https://www.rpmsafety.ca/events/658/principles-saf...

https://www.rpmsafety.ca/events/659/safety-health-...

 

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