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Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 10:19:44 AM

Advantage Prevention Claims Management Inc. offers the following workplace safe work site Occupational Health and Safety Inspections for both Industrial and Construction Sites to reduce the risk of injury to workers and ensure compliance with Ministry of Labour Act and Regulatory Requirements in Ontario.


Onsite Industrial and Construction locations Inspections

An onsite safety inspection involves an Advantage Prevention Claims Management Safety Consultant conducting a comprehensive inspection in your workplace. On completion a written report will be issued with notes on what course of action needs to be taken.

The safety inspection will reduce workplace risks and hazards, signage requirements, personal protective equipment requirements, Safe Work Procedures, Work Statements and Standard Operating Procedures.


The Silver Inspection is designed for small businesses with up to eight employees and is generally completed with half a day. Advantage Prevention Claims Management safety Consultant will assess a range of Safety Management issues, and the more compliance your company has, the greater the detail that the consultant will cover. A detailed report with recommendations and references is provided with 7 days.


The Bronze Inspection is for larger companies and generally takes a full day on site. Safety Consultants will look for risks, hazards and compliance in accordance with the relevant OHS legislation in your state. A detailed report with recommendations and references is provided with 7 days.
Email or call 905-891-3474 for pricing and/or more information.

Making Construction Sites Safe for Workers
Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at 2:23:34 PM

Making Construction Sites Safe For Workers
McGuinty Government Committed to Preventing Workplace Injuries

Ontario is working to improve safety in high-risk construction trades with a targeted, month-long blitz to protect workers from preventable workplace injuries.

Beginning March 1,2012 inspectors from the Ministry of Labour will visit construction projects employing workers in high-rise formwork, low-rise formwork and masonry, siding and built-up roofing work. The inspections will help ensure that:

Work areas are safe from hazards that cause dangerous slips, trips or falls

Workers are using fall protecting systems properly and equipment such as ladders, platforms and scaffolds.

The blitz will be in addition to regular inspections already undertaken by the Ministry of Labour.

Protecting construction workers is part of the McGuinty government’s continued commitment to preventing workplace injuries through its Safe at Work Ontario strategy, while creating jobs.


In 2010, six workers died and 159 workers were seriously injured in the five targeted trades as a result of falls. Of those injured, nearly half were young workers.

Since 2008, ministry inspectors have conducted more than 266,000 field visits, 36 inspection blitzes and issued more than 426,000 compliance orders.

The blitz is part of the province’s Safe at Work Ontario strategy to increase compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its regulations.