Property Management Project – Health and Safety Best Practices
Property Management: A Roadmap to Health Safety and Compliance
AASP helps you to Develop your organizations Health and Safety Management program, to ensure your organizations compliance with current Alberta OHS Legislation and that you are doing your part to keep all employees SAFE.
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On April 29, 2016, a life was tragically lost due to an avoidable workplace incident.
The contracted employee failed to arrive at home from work the following morning and was reported missing and it was later discovered that he was still in his office where he had succumbed to Carbon Monoxide poisoning.
A mall contracted security guard working night shift (8 p.m. to 8 a.m.) was asked by the Property Manager to reset the boiler that had shut down.
The security guard agreed, left his office on the second floor, directly above the boiler room, then went into the boiler room and pressed the restart switch. Then the guard returned to his desk on the second floor of the mall which was directly above the boiler room. The contracted employee failed to arrive at home the following morning and was reported missing and it was later discovered that he had succumbed to carbon monoxide poisoning.
As a result, the business where the incident occurred was convicted and fined $150,000 and under the Alberta Creative Sentencing program the funds were allocated for the development of the resources presented on this webpage with the goal of assisting you in recognizing your workplace health and safety obligations and to guide you through the creation and implementation of a health and safety program. This Toolkit of resources represent a Best Practices Guide, based on industry activities, legislation, and general health and safety programs.
The content presented on this page was developed specifically for the Alberta Property Management WCB Industry Code 89702, which is large and diverse group including Airports, Operations of, Bingo Halls – Rental/Lease (Only) of
Buildings – Operation of buildlings, Condominium Associations/Corporations, Farmers Markets, Housing Authorities, Markets, Public Mini-Mall Storage, Warehouses (Self Serve) Operation of Buildings, Mini-Storage Malls, Property Management Services, Public Markets Storage Units, Rental Storage, Mini-Malls and Hostels
The road map of resources on this page are provided free of charge to employers that operate within the WCB Industry Code 89702 including Property Management, Condominium Management and Hostels. It presents solid basic guidelines to implement a strong health and safety management program, and best practices intended to promote and maintain a safe working environment for everyone which is now a Legislated responsibility under the IRS (Internal Responsibility System.
Alberta OHS legislation applies to all companies in all industries, including the Property Management industry. Regardless of the size and nature of your workforce if you are working within the Property Management industry the information in this document applies to you. Whenever possible this information has been customized to the requirements of the Property Management industry.
Modules: Click on each title to see more information!
- OHS Leadership Strategies for Property Management
- Contractor Management for Property Management
- Roadmap to Health, Safety, and Compliance
Completion: A Certificate of Achievement per module will be issued upon successful completion of each course exam. Online Course: To successfully complete the course, the learner has 3 attempts to achieve 80% or higher on the exam. Online duration subject to student capabilities.
OHS Leadership Strategies for Property Management
ONLINE: 6 Hours
CLASSROOM: 1 Day
Contractor Management for Property Management
ONLINE: 6 Hours
CLASSROOM: 1 Day