On Demand Webinar
Manage Your Own Corporate Safety Program
Maintaining strict safety standards is a guiding principal for every industrial sector. In Alberta, the Safety Codes Council holds the responsibility of administering the Safety Codes Act, and partners with Alberta Municipal Affairs for that purpose.
However, this can present a huge challenge for companies with sites spread across the province that need to work with multiple municipalities, each with their own processes, to ensure that all their facilities are inspected based on uniform compliance requirements.
As a result, many companies choose to obtain accreditation from the Safety Codes Council to administer the safety program for their facilities, giving them a greater measure of control. But what are the actual ins and outs of accreditation and what does it mean for your company?
During this webinar you will learn:
- What it means to be an accredited corporation with the authorization to manage your own safety program
- The benefits of becoming accredited, including how it applies to oil and gas, hazardous locations, and industrial incidents
- Five key reasons to use an accredited inspection agency to conduct your Category 1, 2 and 3 inspections
The presenters will share stories from their experience in the field to help illustrate key takeaways from the session.
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John Jones, CME, FSR
Regulatory Inspections Manager
John is Dynamysk’s Regulatory Inspections Manager, responsible for the Agency’s QMP and direction of the Inspections business unit.
He is a multi discipline technologist with over 45 years of experience in the industrial & Oil & Gas industry. His career has progressed from electrical installation work to working as a group lead, maintenance planner, and Oil & Gas facility designer.
John has a number of technical accreditations including Master Electrician, Electrical Safety Codes Officer, Journeyman Refrigeration Mechanic, and Electrical FSR (Field Safety Representative) British Columbia. He holds a Diploma in Petroleum Engineering and is currently an Electrical SME with ASET.