Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
10.14 (1) Every employer shall, in consultation with the work place committee or the health and safety representative, develop and implement an employee education program with respect to hazard prevention and control at the work place.
(2) The employee education program referred to in subsection (1) shall include
(a) the instruction of each employee who is likely to handle or be exposed to a hazardous substance with respect to
(i) the product identifier of the hazardous substance,
(ii) all hazard information disclosed by the supplier or by the employer on a material safety data sheet or label,
(iii) all hazard information of which the employer is aware or ought reasonably to be aware,
(iv) the observations referred to in subparagraph 10.5(a)(i),
(v) the information disclosed on a material safety data sheet referred to in section 10.28 and the purpose and significance of that information, and
(vi) in respect of controlled products in the work place, the information required to be disclosed on a material safety data sheet and on a label under Division III and the purpose and significance of that information;
(b) the instruction and training of each employee who installs, operates, maintains or repairs an assembly of pipes or any other equipment referred to in section 10.24, with respect to
(c) the instruction and training of each employee referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b) with respect to
(d) where the employer keeps a computerized version of a material safety data sheet available in accordance with subsection 10.34(2), the instruction and training referred to in paragraph 10.34(2)(b) in accessing that material safety data sheet.
(3) Every employer shall, in consultation with the work place committee or the health and safety representative, review the employee education program referred to in subsection (1) and if necessary, revise it
- SOR/96-294, s. 2;
- SOR/2002-208, ss. 18, 43(F).
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