Safety Overview

Ensuring workplace safety is a continuous process that requires teamwork from everyone in the workplace: from workers and supervisors to management and visitors.

Safety Culture

Squamish Terminal’s full commitment to safety is exemplified through our safety culture and our commitment to people. Squamish Terminals works to continuously develop and improve the safety principles that support all of our operations. We strive to achieve a safety culture and embedded safety behaviors exceeding any legislative requirement. We continuously evaluate and update our safety management system; worker and supervisor training; and worker interaction programs to meet the needs of the industry and of our workers.

General Policy

At Squamish Terminals, we are committed to provide safe and healthy work conditions for the prevention of work-related injury and ill health.

The responsibility to meet this commitment is shared by management, administration, supervisors and longshore employees. This cooperative effort at all levels helps Squamish Terminals achieve a successful health and safety program. For our full Health and Safety Policy, click here.

Health and Safety Program

Health and Safety Management System

Squamish Terminals has a comprehensive health and safety management system which is registered to ISO 45001:2018 , demonstrating our commitment to a safe and healthy workplace for all employees.

Hazard Prevention Program (HPP)

Squamish Terminals is federally regulated by the Minister of Labour and must comply with Federal Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, including Part XIX: Hazard Prevention Program. In collaboration with our Work Place Health and Safety Committee, Squamish Terminals has developed a Hazard Prevention Program designed to identify and prevent hazards within our workplace.

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