Maritime Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
126 (1) The employer must evaluate the effectiveness of the hazard prevention program, including its ergonomics-related components, and, if necessary, revise it
(a) at least once every three years;
(b) when there is a change in conditions in respect of a hazard; and
(c) when new information in respect of a hazard in the work place becomes available to the employer.
(2) The evaluation of the effectiveness of the prevention program must be based on the following documents and information:
(a) conditions related to the work place and the activities of the employees;
(b) any work place inspection reports;
(c) any hazardous occurrence investigation reports;
(d) any safety audits;
(e) first aid records and any injury statistics, including records and statistics relating to ergonomics-related first aid and injuries;
(f) any observations of the policy and work place committees, or the health and safety representative, on the effectiveness of the prevention program; and
(g) any other relevant information.
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