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Who do I report a vehicle or workplace accident?


How do I report a vehicle or workplace accident?
Reporting a vehicle accident:

  • ICBC
  • WorkSafeBC (if there are injuries)
  • National Safety Code

Reporting a workplace or worksite accident:

  • WorkSafeBC (if there are injuries)
  • ESDC (Federal)

What is the difference between NSC and OHS?


The National Safety Code (NSC) is a set of safety standards for motor carriers, drivers, and vehicles operating in Canada.

Workplace and worksite safety for all employees, customers and visitors is regulated by the OHS. We can help you ensure you are living up to all relevant legislative requirements.


What are the differences between Provincial and Federal regulations?


Provincial regulations operate withing provincial borders, and are managed by WorkSafeBC and Provincial OHS Regulations.

Federal regulations operate across all borders (Canada and U.S.) and mandated in Canada Labour Code, Part II (CLC) and Canadian OHS Regulations.

SafetyDriven can help you find specific legislation for your Safety Program.


What actions do I need to take if I have received WorkSafeBC Order(s)?


WorkSafeBC Order(s) are issued for violations under sections of the Workers Compensation Act or OHS Regulations.

SafetyDriven will help you:

  • Address orders to meet a WSBC Notice of Compliance
  • Take action to prevent repeat violations/orders
  • Avoid penalties

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Resources For Managers & Supervisors

Contractor Orientation Checklist
PPE: Responsibilities For Supervisors
Stop Think Act: It’s The Way of Life