February 21, 2023
This guideline has been developed to provide light and medium duty vehicle operators in the energy industry with general information to avoid injury and damage while attempting to recover stuck vehicles. While acknowledging that every situation is unique and must be evaluated, this document gives an overview of commonly used equipment, and the general process to use, as well as identifies common hazards.
February 3, 2023
This guideline provides information and instructions to classify and report process safety events (PSEs) at a corporate level and within the secure members-only Energy Safety Canada (ESC) Data Gateway.
April 25, 2022
Dangerous-Tree-Control-Guideline.pdf Hazard-Identification,-Assessment,-and-Control.pdf Falling-Plan-Checklist.pdf
April 11, 2022
The guideline focuses on outdoor lighting requirements for mobilization and demobilization of drilling equipment on a lease site, ancillary drilling activities and lease site servicing operations. The intent of this guideline is to clarify roles and responsibilities, assist operators and contractors with determining minimum lighting requirements, and improve the safety and security of people and property on lease sites.
December 8, 2021
This guideline provides a strong foundation for the development of a comprehensive program for working on or around oil sands tailing ponds.
December 1, 2021
A Joint Work Site Health and Safety Committee (HSC) is a group of worker and management representatives collaborating to reduce injuries and incidents and to promote health and safety in the workplace.
February 25, 2020
Energy Safety Canada is developing Fit for Duty: A Program Development Guideline. This guideline provides direction for developing an effective fit for duty program that ensures workers have the capacity to safely conduct work. The guideline goes hand in hand with the Fit for Duty Life Saving Rule.
Fit-for-Duty-Toolbox-Talk.pdf Fit-for-Duty-Toolbox-Talk-(Notes-Included).pdf Fit-for-Duty-Workplace-Exposures-Toolbox-Talk.pdf Fit-for-Duty-Covid-19-Toolbox-Talk.pdf
February 6, 2020
The purpose of this guide is to outline and encourage a standard set of directional signals for guiding vehicles at worksites. Standard directional signals across the industry improve communication between drivers and guides and reduce the risk of vehicle related incidents. The goal is to prevent accidents and injuries that could occur due to blind spots and undetected movement of personnel and equipment.
December 2, 2019
The purpose of this guideline is to help organizations in the oil and gas sector design and implement an effective journey management program. The goal of the guideline is to assist in assessing journey risk exposures and in minimizing unnecessary trips.