Practical Challenges of Complex PSRs
Raj Sohal, P. Eng., CHSC, Stantec Consulting Ltd.
This session will focus on practical considerations for several PSR applications like machine safeguarding, flammable liquids and vapours, combustible dust, as well as exemption challenges for racking (Item 3) and lifting devices (Item 7).
Misconceptions and Pitfalls of PSRs: A Honda Canada Perspective
Dave Smith, CRSP, FS Tech (TÜV Rheinland), Equipment & Construction Safety Specialist, Honda of Canada Mfg.
Rob Vomiero, B.Eng., P.Eng., CHSC, CMSE®, Machine & Robotics Safety Specialist, Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS)
This session will explore common misconceptions and pitfalls associated with the PSR process and share some effective approaches and current practices that Honda of Canada Manufacturing has implemented as part of their overall equipment safety program.
Occupational Hygiene Applications of PSRs
Warren Clements, B. Sc (HB), CIH, CRSP, Occupational Hygiene Specialist, Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS)
This presentation will provide some guidance and resources for completing Occupational Hygiene PSR under Ontario Regulation 851/1990, Section 7, specific to Item 8 in the table. Both exposure assessment and modeling strategies will be discussed.
Good Practices for Flammable and Combustible Liquids
Miles Purvis, President, ProSafe Inc.
What defines a flammable liquid? What are the control measures required by the Ontario Fire Code and NFPA Standards? This session will discuss the importance of PSRs as it relates to flammable and combustible liquids and clarify PSR terminology, handling, storage practices, documentation and more.