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Greetings

Please review the applicable HSE Updates.

  • Company Safety Meeting Presentation:   due Fri 13 May 2022
    • If you have not already done so, please review the attached Company Safety Meeting and Employee training presentation and indicate that you have done so by replying to the email.
    • Even if you miss the deadline for meeting attendance, you are still required to review the Safety Meeting presentation(s) and indicate you have done so as they contain valuable training information.
  • May H&S Bulletin: Answer due by 8am Friday 27 May 2022
  • Health and Safety Committee:
    • If you can’t join the HSC meetings,  you can still participate by providing feedback, questions, or concerns to hsc@raeengineering.ca. Please submit feedback prior to the next meeting so it can be brought forward.
    • Next Meeting: Friday 27 May 2022 at 1pm via Teams
  • Hazard Reporting: Due by end of each month
    • Once a month, submit at least 1 hazard ID, incident, accident, or near miss to hazardreporting@raeengineering.ca to demonstrate your commitment to thinking about safety
    • Non-work-related incidents count as well, just indicate that it was not work-related in the subject.
  • Safety Rewards Program: Where your commitment to RAE’s Safety Culture is rewarded!
    • April winners:
      • Best Safety Card ($500): Alanna Nielsen
      • PRC Draw ($100): Brent Buzzell-Hunt
    • If you have any questions or concerns about the Safety Rewards Program, or would like to sign-up to do a presentation, please email hsc@raeengineering.ca.
  • Peer Recognitions: Due by Company Safety Meeting each month

 

COVID-19

 

Cyber Security

  • Cyber security has always been important, particularly with so much work being done remotely or via mobile devices where security may not be at the forefront. While the webinar portion for the Cyber Security webinar should be available next week, here are some resources you may find useful:
  • An increasing number of clients have taken an interest in cyber risk of their contractors. Contractors who do not have comprehensive cyber security protocols may be overlooked or required to implement further precautions prior to performing work. 

 

Radiation Safety Institute of Canada