This publication is meant to help owners, employers, and workers understand the health and safety requirements related to power production in British Columbia. You may also find some of the information in this publication useful if you’re a prime contractor, supplier, or supervisor.
This publication doesn’t replace the Workers Compensation Act or the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation. It’s not intended to explain all the health and safety requirements that apply to power production in B.C. Owners, employers, contractors, and supervisors should always refer to the Act, the Regulation, and applicable guidelines for specific requirements that apply to their operations and work activities.
This publication was developed by WorkSafeBC and Clean Energy BC (CEBC). CEBC’s goal is to develop a viable power generation and power management industry in B.C. that serves the public interest by providing cost-effective electricity through the efficient and environmentally responsible development of the province’s generation and transmission resources and facilities.