OHS Evaluation

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Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships (AASP) Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships (AASP)

Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships (AASP) is a non-profit organization registered under the Society Act for the purpose of offering Certifying Partner services to Alberta businesses regardless of size or geographic location. The head office is located in Taber, Alberta and is funded solely by memberships and course fees. They provide a practical, reasonable approach to health and safety in the workplace. The protocol used by the Association is "Partnerships" both for program development and auditing. A satellite office is being set up in Edmonton. AASP has implemented a Small Employer Certificate of Recognition Program available to businesses with 10 or fewer employees, including casual and contract. The AASP provides support and guidance for all members, as well as promotes networking and information sharing, which will ultimately lead to quality health and safety systems and safer workplaces throughout our province. AASP

SECOR Self Assessment audit tool Conduct annual self-assessments of your health & safety management system to maintain SECOR. See the SECOR page for more details.

Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada

IWH Measurement Tool Assesses OHS Vulnerability
The OHS Vulnerability Measure, developed at the Institute for Work & Health (IWH), measures the extent to which a worker may be vulnerable to occupational health and safety (OHS) risks at work.

BMJ Quality & Safety BMJ Quality & Safety

Safety Culture Assessment: A Tool for Improving Patient Safety in Healthcare Organizations by V F Nieva, J Sorra Growing interest in safety culture has been accompanied by the need for assessment tools focused on the cultural aspects of patient safety improvement efforts. This paper discusses the use of safety culture assessment as a tool for improving patient safety

City of Edmonton Employee - Measuring Up Edmonton Toolkit. City of Edmonton Employee - Measuring Up Edmonton Toolkit.

Measuring Up Edmonton Toolkit. The purpose of the toolkit is to help with assessing and improving accessibility and inclusion in any environment. The information collected in the toolkit is for personal use to identify areas of potential improvement, or highlight existing efforts to be barrier free. The toolkit helps to raise awareness of universal design and enforce its affect on how we work, play and live

European Agency for Safety and Health at Work European Agency for Safety and Health at Work

Occupational Safety and Health Culture Assessment
Occupational Safety and Health Culture Assessment - A review of main approaches and selected tools, Lieven Eeckelaert (Prevent, Belgium), Annick Starren & Arjella van Scheppingen (TNO Quality of Life, The Netherlands), David Fox (Health & Safety Laboratory, United Kingdom), Carsten Brück (KOOP, Germany) Lieven Eeckelaert (Prevent, Belgium), Annick Starren & Arjella van Scheppingen (TNO Quality of Life, The Netherlands), David Fox (Health & Safety Laboratory, United Kingdom), Carsten Brück (KOOP, Germany), European Agency for Safety and Health at Work 2011

Health & Safety Authority Health & Safety Authority

Safety Statement and Risk Assessment
Include a links to an extensive directory of safety and risk assessment resources

Healthy Workplaces for Helping Professions Project Project Healthy Workplaces for Helping Professions Project Project

The Healthy Workplaces for Helping Professions Project This project is focused on workplace health and wellness for leaders, supervisors, and front-line staff who work in the human-services industry (over 400 agencies) in Alberta. Their are research partnerships, wellness workshops, resources and more. Membership in the HWHP project is open to professionals in the human-services industry in Alberta. Their mission is to serve the over 17,000 persons who work in the following areas: child and youth care child and family services home visitation disabilities services women’s shelters

Health Risk Daily Assessment This tool provides a way for front-line staff to assess risks on a daily basis. 

The Helping Cycle this tool provides a way for front-line staff and supervisors to assess risks in specific situations and to find ways to grow challenges into strengths rather than hazards into stress.

 

Texas Department of State Health Services Texas Department of State Health Services

Worksite Wellness – Assessment and Planning Guide* – This self assessment and planning guide dhelps identify the strengths and weaknesses of your worksite’s wellness and health promotion policies and programs, and helps you to develop an action plan to implement a worksite wellness program or improve an existing program.

World Health Organization World Health Organization

Healthy Workplace Framework and Model: Background and Supporting Literature and Practices by Joan Burton Chapter 5 discusses the issue of evaluation. While there are many things employers and workers can do, how do they know which ones will be the most effective and cost-effective? This chapter looks at some of the issues related to the quality of published studies and evidence