Safe job procedures provide specific step-by-step information to employees and outline how to conduct a particular task or operate equipment in a safe manner.  In addition to specific sections of the Workplace Safety & Health Regulation, Part 2.1 requires employers to: 

  • Develop and implement procedures for the work that is done at the workplace
  • Train workers in the procedures
  • Ensure that workers comply with the developed procedures

In the interest of maintaining a safe work environment for all employees, the CSAM membership has expressed their interest in acquiring the ability to share safety information with other companies.  In response, the CSAM has created a directory and will act as the ‘depository’ of safe job procedures received from member companies and associates. 

Upon receipt and review of company supplied safe job procedures, the CSAM will provide free access to the entire directory for each company who provides information to be added. 

Please Note:  The CSAM does not assume liability for the information contained in any procedures located within the directory and they are being provided for informational and reference purposes only.     

Any company who cannot provide information to the directory, may be eligible to purchase a subscription from the CSAM.

Download a sample of a Safe Job Procedure.

Steps to Creating Safe Job Procedures

View Samples of Safe Work Practices.

WSH Sample of Safe Job Procedure

For more information, or to provide copies of procedures to the CSAM depository, please contact the CSAM by email


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