Health & Safety
As a Thomson Tremblay employee, you are the lifeblood of our company. It is of utmost importance that you are safe while working for us. In any work environment, most accidents can be avoided by being cautious, diligent and by following proper procedures.
You must acquaint yourself with our clients' health and safety procedures as you are expected to adhere to them at all times. All precarious working conditions should be reported immediately to your Thomson Tremblay consultant.
- Do not, under any circumstances, undertake any task that you consider to be unsafe without appropriate training or guidance.
- Only operate equipment that you are trained and authorized to use. Report any defective or damaged equipment to your supervisor immediately.
- You must be aware of all the locations of the fire exits and the fastest routes to access them.
- If protective clothing or equipment is necessary in the execution of your tasks, you are expected to wear it. Should these items need to be replaced, inform your on-site supervisor immediately.
Procedure to Follow in the Event of a Work Accident
- If you are the victim of a work accident, you must notify the supervisor on the premises of your work assignment and your Thomson Tremblay consultant immediately.
- Consult a doctor as soon as possible.
- Following your medical consultation, you must contact your Health Safety Consultant within 48 hours of the work accident in order to make an appointment to complete the CSST forms.
- You must provide a medical certificate signed by your doctor.
- If you are off work due to injury, you need to have your treating physician complete a Temporary Work Assignment Form. In addition to protecting your current employment, this allows you to collect 100% of your net salary rather than 90% as per CSST policy.
- After each medical visit, it is your responsibility to communicate with your Health Safety Consultant at Thomson Tremblay to keep us informed and send us your updated medical reports.
If you have any questions regarding this procedure, please do not hesitate to call us at (514) 861-9971 and request to speak with our Health Safety Consultant.