Bailey Helicopters has been providing helicopter services for nearly 30 years to Northern regions in British Columbia. If you fly with Bailey Helicopters you can now review passenger safety briefings directly in SafetySync. These briefings are found under Training>>Contractor Orientations, you can deploy them to any workers flying with Bailey's and Bailey's Safety Team will be able to track which of your workers have viewed their briefings.
These short safety briefings cover passengers flying the AS350, Bell 206, and Bell 212 helicopters.
For more information you can contact Brandi Conway at (250)794-4401.
Just in time for the June 1st launch of WHMIS 2015 we've made our new course available so you can train your workers in anticipation of the switch. There are a few important things to note about the course:
During the transition period, you may receive hazardous products that follow either WHMIS 1988 or WHMIS 2015 requirements. To ensure worker protection, employers must educate and train workers about WHMIS 2015 as new labels and SDSs appear in their workplaces. During the transition period, employers may continue to have WHMIS 1988 labels and MSDSs in the workplace – if so, they must also continue to educate workers about WHMIS 1988. Employers must review and comply with the WHMIS requirements of their occupational health and safety jurisdiction.
In SafetySync you'll note that if you have WHMIS 1988 and WHMIS 2015 set as required it will cause issues for workers that start getting reminders that WHMIS 1988 is expiring soon. Because of this, we recommend all companies make WHMIS 1988 optional and WHMIS 2015 required. That way an expired WHMIS 1988 course will not affect their compliance. You may have a few workers who have just completed WHMIS 1988 but they will need to review the updated changes in WHMIS 2015 since you may begin receiving newly labelled products starting June 1st.