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Oil and Gas Occupational Safety and Health Regulations (SOR/87-612)

Regulations are current to 2024-05-28 and last amended on 2023-12-15. Previous Versions

PART XVIHazardous Occurrence Investigation, Recording and Reporting (continued)

  • SOR/94-165, s. 59(F)

Hazardous Occurrence Report (continued)

  • SOR/94-165, s. 62(F)

 If an investigation referred to in subsection 16.3(2) reveals that the accident resulted in a circumstance referred to in subsection 16.4(1), the employer shall, within 14 days after the receipt of the report of the accident made by the police or other investigating authority, submit a copy of the report to the Head of Compliance and Enforcement.

Minor Injury Record

  •  (1) Every employer shall keep a record of each minor injury of which he is aware that affected any of his employees in the course of employment.

  • (2) A record made pursuant to subsection (1) shall contain

    • (a) the date, time and location of the occurrence that resulted in the minor injury;

    • (b) the name of the injured or ill employee;

    • (c) a brief description of the minor injury; and

    • (d) the causes of the minor injury.

Annual Report

  •  (1) Every employer shall, not later than March 1 in each year, submit to the Head of Compliance and Enforcement a written report setting out the number of accidents, occupational diseases and other hazardous occurrences of which the employer is aware that affected any of the employees of the employer in the course of employment during the 12 month period ending December 31 in the preceding year.

  • (2) The report referred to in subsection (1) shall be in the form set out in Schedule II to this Part and contain the information required by the form.

Retention of Reports and Records

  •  (1) Subject to subsection (2), every employer shall keep a copy of each report and record referred to in this Part for one year after the day on which it was submitted to the Head of Compliance and Enforcement.

  • (2) Every record with respect to a result referred to in paragraph 16.4(1)(f) shall be kept by the employer for a period of five years after the hazardous occurrence.


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