Hazard Prevention Program. Canada Labour Code–Part II. HPP and Ergonomics. Section 125(1)(u) Ensure that the work place, work spaces and procedures meet prescribed ergonomic standards. BACKGROUND TO ERGONOMICS AMENDMENTS. The development involved. employers. regulators. workers.
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Hazard Prevention Program
Canada Labour Code–Part II
Ensure that the work place, work spaces and procedures meet prescribed ergonomic standards.
The Canada Labour Code was amended in 2000 to address the requirement to have a HPP program and ergonomics.
Develop an implementation plan that :
The Guide suggests:
This must include
Hierarchy for implementation:
Must include for each employee:
Education program review:
Evaluation shall be based on:
How often must a program review occur?
Employers must develop, implement and monitor the HPP in consultation and participation with the appropriate committee
Employers must ensure they include the appropriate committee (work place or policy) or representative at ALL stages of site work