IOSH Alberta Association

The IOSH Alberta Association has evolved into an organization that includes, but not limited to, such industries as oil and gas production, refining, industrial, turnarounds, logistics, chemical producers, as well as any companies with significant involvement in multi-contractor projects that include maintenance, construction, remediation or distribution.

The objectives of the IOSH Alberta Association are as follows:

  • To promote the improvement of Occupational Health and Safety programs of the member companies through collective sharing of information, experiences, programs, and training.
  • To interact with and support other Councils in the influencing of Legislative Bodies in the formulation and application of Occupational Health and Safety Legislation.
  • To establish channels of communication with Safety Professionals, other Safety Associations and the Public when assistance or guidance is needed.
  • To provide recognition to Member Companies for outstanding Safety Achievements on an annual basis.
  • To collectively improve the workplace environment by updating Safety Standards and Loss Control practices.

The IOSH Alberta Association meets six times per year (January, March, May, July, September, November) and include an average of 3-4 guest speakers providing current information relating to legislation, OHS, WCB, training, innovative equipment and tools, as well as industry programs.