February PSR summit: insights, best practices and more

Jan 18, 2019

February PSR summit: insights, best practices and moreLearn how Pre-Start Health & Safety Reviews (PSR) can help your organization protect people and profits at the first Pre-Start Health and Safety Reviews Summit on February 26 in Mississauga. The event will bring together a powerful line-up of experts from WSPS, the Ministry of Labour and industry to share case studies and best practices, and answer your questions.

The summit will shine a light on an essential but often poorly understood means of mitigating loss and supporting due diligence. A PSR is an in-depth examination by a professional engineer of hazards in new or modified equipment or processes. PSRs may involve machines, storage structures, lifting devices, occupational hygiene, flammables and explosives, and more. These reviews are required by law: Section 7 of Regulation 851 under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

WSPS consultants are frequently asked questions about what triggers a PSR, how exemptions work, how to choose an engineer and how to apply the findings. You can find answers to these questions and more at the Pre-Start Health and Safety Reviews Summit.

In one day, you can:

  • attend breakout sessions led by experts
  • join the Ministry of Labour's Provincial Engineer, who will review PSRs rights and requirements, share best practices, and answer your compliance questions
  • hear from an interactive panel of experts who will help you to understand PSR requirements, who's qualified to perform a PSR, and what documentation you'll need.

Register today. Don't miss out on the early bird rate. It expires on January 22.

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