Exposure control plans protect workers from hazardous substances.
Exposure control plans protect workers from a number of substances that may be hazardous to their health, including cancer-causing agents, reproductive hazards, and sensitizers. Each plan must be specific to the identified hazard. The plan outlines responsibilities of each level of the organization, risk identification, control measures, requirements for education and training and written procedures.
Substances requiring exposure control plans can be found across all industries and it is the employer’s responsibility to prove that their workforce is being protected.
Developing ECPs for a Variety of Substances
We are happy to assist your company in developing ECPs that are required for:
- Benzene, Toluene, and other aromatic hydrocarbons
- Biological Agents
- Heat/Cold Stress
- Laboratory Chemicals
- Toxic Process Gases like H2S and SO2
- Welding Gases and Fumes
- and other WorkSafeBC-identified Designated Substances
Prevention and control of employee injury and exposure begins with an organizational commitment to provide a safe work environment for the employees.