Work Safety

We are committed to our employee's health and safety by providing training on best practices and procedures.

In today’s industry the demands for improvements to safety in the work place is at it’s highest. This is why we developed specific procedures for recruiting the right people for the right job.

Best Personnel has implemented forms and procedures such as: new and young workers orientation, personal protective equipment inspections, working at heights, fit testing, weekly toolbox talks, hazard assessments and accident investigations, just to name a few.

We have a strong team of Safety Officer’s that have helped Best Personnel with safety training and maintaining our expectations for safety in the workplace. We are known for having a good reputation with WCB and have proven to be one of British Columbia’s BEST agencies for implementing and promoting safety in the workplace.

Best Personnel has been awarded “COR Certification.” We also received “Certificate of Appreciation” for providing career opportunities to Participants of the Construction Orientation and Retention in Employment (COR) program.

Best Personnel takes all steps possible to ensure employees are working in safe and secure work environments, but employees are also responsible for their own health and safety.

What are Safe Work Practices & Procedures?

Safe Work Practices & Procedures are used to cover a variety of safety training subjects and to remind employees the importance of what you should or should not do in order to do a job or task safely. Safe work practices and procedures are a great topic for toolbox talks, as they serve as good reminders of the “right” way to do things.

Please ensure to review your safe work practices and procedures regularly, to maintain a high standard of safety and reduced risk. If a task or equipment changes, the safe work procedure(s) that relate to this will change and be updated.

Safety Training

We are proud to support workers by providing them subsidized training. This includes tickets, trades certifications and more.

Call (604) 522-4900

Safe Work Practices & Procedures

Please explore through our resources below to find safe work practices and procedures that most interest you:
Backing up mobile equipment Blood borne Circular, radial, and table saws Cleaning solvents and flammables Cold stress Compressed Air or Pneumatic Tools Defective Tools Drills Dust in Construction Electrical Safety Fall Arrest Fall Protection Fall Protection Fire Extinguisher Use Flammable and Combustible Floor Protection For Traffic Control Personnel Forklifts GFCI Grinding – Portable Stationary Guardrails Heat Stress Housekeeping Ladders – Extension Ladders Ladders – Job-Built Wodden Ladders Ladders – Step Ladders Lead Exposure Lifting Devices – Hand Trucks, Dollies, Carts Lockouts Tagging Manual Lifting Material Handling and Storage Mobile Equipment Mould Remediation Process Noise in Construction Powder Actuated Tools Propane Handling Rebar and Other Protruding Protection Respiratory Protection for the Construction Industry Silica Exposure Snow and Ice Removal Program Stripping Column and Wall Forms Stripping Column and Wall Forms Temporary Heat Temporary Lighting Tiger Torches Timesheet Travel Restraint Ventilation Working Alone Working in Poor Weather Conditions