Employer Responsibilities Sample Clauses

Employer Responsibilities. Whether a business is large or small, the law requires that it be a safe and healthy place to work. If you are an employer, it is your responsibility to ensure a healthy and safe workplace. Your responsibilitiesEstablish a valid occupational health and safety program. • Train your employees to do their work safely and provide proper supervision. • Provide supervisors with the necessary support and training to carry out health and safety responsibilities. • Ensure adequate first aid equipment, supplies, and trained attendants are on site to handle injuries. • Regularly inspect your workplace to make sure everything is working properly. • Fix problems reported by workers. • Transport injured workers to the nearest location for medical treatment. • Report all injuries to WorkSafeBC that required medical attention. • Investigate incidents where workers are injured or equipment is damaged. • Submit the necessary forms to WorkSafeBC. Supervisor Responsibilities: Supervisors play a key role with very specific health and safety responsibilities that need to be understood. A supervisor is a person who instructs, directs, and controls workers in the performance of their duties. A supervisor can be any worker — management or staff — who meets this definition, whether or not he or she has the supervisor title. If someone in the workplace has a supervisor's responsibilities, that person is responsible for worker health and safety. Your responsibilities • Ensure the health and safety of all workers under your direct supervision. • Know the WorkSafeBC requirements that apply to the work under your supervision and make sure those requirements are met. • Ensure workers under your supervision are aware of all known hazards. • Ensure workers under your supervision have the appropriate personal protective equipment, which is being used properly, regularly inspected, and maintained. xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxx.xxx/en/health-safety/create-manage/rights- responsibilities Appendix B‌
Employer Responsibilities. The following are Employer’s responsibilities under this Agreement:
Employer Responsibilities. The Employer shall comply with applicable federal and state occupational safety laws and regulations and industry standards. The Employer shall make every effort to provide a safe and healthful work place.
Employer Responsibilities. The parties agree that employees have the right to physiologically and psychologically safe working conditions. The employer shall, to the union's satisfaction, prevent and/or correct any situation which may compromise an employees’ physiological or psychological health and safety. Failure to prevent and/or correct any situation shall be a matter for referral to the grievance procedure pursuant to the collective agreement.
Employer Responsibilities. The Employer, through its governing body, has the trusted obligation to provide certain medical and treatment services, and related health care within the community. Additionally, the Employer strives to provide a high level of service at reasonable cost while discouraging the duplication of facilities and other extraneous services which could lead to unnecessary and additional expenses to patients.
Employer Responsibilities. Section 1.
Employer Responsibilities. The Employer will comply with the Employer responsibilities as set out in the Provincial Workers Compensation Act as set out in General Responsibilities of the Employer.