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  • CONTRACTOR SAFETY Overview of Toromont CATs safety policies and procedures for contractorsORIENTATION

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    Learning Objectives Provide brief overview of Toromont CAT to each

    contractor Ensure all contractors understand their safety

    responsibilities Convey key Toromont CAT safety rulesConvey key Toromont CAT safety rules Create an awareness that the safety of our employees,

    contractors and customers is our #1 priority.A j b CANNOT b d ll if it i t d f l ! A job CANNOT be done well, if it is not done safely!




    About Toromont CAT Toromont CAT is committed to customer

    success We achieve this by leveraging the skills and

    abilities of our employees as well as ourabilities of our employees as well as our business partners

    We operate in 4 provinces across Canada Ontario Manitoba Newfoundland and NunavutOntario, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Nunavut

    Our businesses include Heavy Equipment Sales and Service Truck Division Power Systems Division Reman Division Lift Division Agriculture Equipment Division



    Objectives of Contractor Orientation Establish responsibility and accountability of all

    parties involved in contracted work

    Eliminate all injuries arising from the work of contractors to workers of the contractors as well as general public

    Eliminate equipment and property damage and losses created by contractors;

    Ensure implementation and adherence to appropriate safety polices and procedures for all contract employees retained by Toromont CAT



    General Responsibilities of Contractorsrk in compliance with the provincial safety slation.

    aware and follow any safety policies and ctices identified by your employer

    t t d t i d t f kcompetent and trained to perform work on any omont CAT job, project or job site

    e completed the Toromont CAT orientation ase completed the Toromont CAT orientation, as as any other safety orientation that may be

    uired by your employer PRIOR to commencing k on any Toromont CAT project, job or job site.



    Pre-Job Hazard Assessment Process oromont CAT requires all workers, both its wn employees and contract workers to STOP AND THINK before completing any

    t ktasko facilitate this process, we follow a Pre-Job Hazard Assessment Processse your employer defined pre job hazardse your employer-defined pre-job hazard ssessment checklist, or that provided by oromont CAT.his must be documented at the start of very job; daily at a minimumhe purpose is to identify hazards, and ssociated controls.



    Pre-Job Example

    Customer:Task Description:


    Pre-Job Hazard Checklist - Toromont CAT Contractors

    omplete: (Estimate) Task Description:YES NO


    ve adequate resources including personnel to complete the

    omplete: (Estimate)SAFETY ELEMENT

    ve the necessary training/experience to perform the task derstand the scope & steps required to carry out the task?

    ve the correct tools to complete the job safely?

    ve adequate visibility in the event that I need to move the ent?

    ve the correct PPE to work safely? (List all PPE)

    ve adequate resources including personnel to complete the

    ork area hazard free? (Safe & Clean)

    Xocated the nearest fire extinguisher and exit routes? Speak to Site Supervisor

    derstand the safe handling precautions for working with any azardous materials that might be involved in this scope of

    guards properly affixed while I'm operating the equipment?



    Pre-Use Inspection Some equipment may require a more detailed pre-

    use inspection, such as the following:C d h i t Cranes and hoists

    Service vehicles Forklifts

    A h d d t l h ld b i t d i Any hand and power tools should be inspected prior to use

    Any defects noted should be recorded and the item should be tagged out of service if it cannot be usedshould be tagged out of service if it cannot be used safely



    Tools and Personal Protective EquipmentEnsure that all equipment and tools, including PPE, used on the work-site are in good working condition properly maintained andworking condition, properly maintained and certified if required by regulations;

    Inspect them at the start of each shift andInspect them at the start of each shift and replace or repair as necessary.

    In general, CSA approved safety shoes, eye g , pp y , yprotection, and high visibility clothing are required. Depending on the task, other PPE may be necessary.



    Training Requirementsnsure you are competent in the task you are performingompetent means (a) is qualified because of knowledge, training and ( ) q g , g

    experience to organize the work and its performance; (b) is familiar with the Provincial Health and Safety Act and

    regulations that apply to the work; and (c) has knowledge of any potential or actual danger to health

    or safety in the feel you are not competent to perform the task assigned,

    ou should inform your supervisor or your Toromont CATou should inform your supervisor or your Toromont CAT ontact immediately.ou may be requested to provide proof of training, either in the

    orm of training certification or direct observation of your skills.g y



    Specific Training Requirementsome tasks require specific safety traininghese might include (but are not limited to)

    Working at Heights (greater than 10ft) - Fall Arrest TrainingWorking at Heights (greater than 10ft) Fall Arrest TrainingHandling hazardous materials WHMIS trainingDriving and Delivery of equipment and/or materials Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) trainingp g ( ) gHandling PropaneOperating a ForkliftOperating a CraneOpe at g a C a eWorking with Live Electrical CurrentsEquipment Maintenance - Lockout training

    echnical certification may be required as well dependingechnical certification may be required as well, depending n the task or type of work.



    Safe Operating ProceduresEnsure you are aware of any critical safe operating procedures for he jobs or tasks you are performing

    Th i ht i l dThese might include Performing a Circle Check of vehicle prior to loading, delivering or

    unloading materialsEq ipment specific locko t proced res Equipment specific lockout procedures

    Safe lifting techniques Load securing or load removal procedures



    Safe Material HandlingMaterial handling refers to safe handling of hazardous materials as well as safe handling of loadsof loads

    Any hazardous materials being brought onto a Toromont CAT location, jobsite or project must be accompanied by an MSDS sheetA h d t i l ill l b h dl d i Any hazardous materials will only be handled in accordance with MSDS safe handling precautions

    All containers will be appropriately labeled Any materials being moved or lifted will be handled y g

    using appropriate material handling techniques and/or tools.



    Good Housekeepingach worker is responsible for keeping their work area rganized and safe Any waste or debris related to the work or task must be Any waste or debris related to the work or task must be

    removed throughout the task, or at task completion as appropriate

    Materials, tools or equipment should never block any electrical panels, or emergency exit routes

    Any materials or equipment borrowed from Toromont CAT must be requested prior to use and returned upon

    l ti t th i t T t CAT f l i tcompletion to the appropriate Toromont CAT focal point All hazardous wastes generated at the worksite and

    unused hazardous chemicals and other materials are removed, transported and disposed of in accordance withremoved, transported and disposed of in accordance with applicable legislation.



    Equipment Lockoutny equipment should be locked or tagged ut while being serviced or maintainedmultiple contractors are working on amultiple contractors are working on a ngle piece of equipment, multiple locks ust be used.hen any work is being performed on livehen any work is being performed on live rcuits

    Individual must be appropriately trained in electrical safetyIndividual must be wearing appropriate PPE and using appropriate tools Individual must follow appropriate safety precautions



    Working in Isolationo contract worker shall work in isolation without ccess to an effective communication system Working in isolation is defined as not having contact or

    d t th i di id l k tready access to another individual co-worker, customer, or member of the public.

    If working in isolation, contract worker is expected to establish a Work Alone Plan which identifies reasonable check-in procedure with a competent supervisor.

    This Work Alone plan must be documented and reviewed with each contract worker having the potential for working in isolation. g

    The contract employer must have a documented response plan to support the Work Alone Plan.



    Incident Reportingny hazards or incidents on a Toromont job, project or job site ust be reported to the site supervisor and/or the Toromont ontact.oromont CAT strives to report all incidents with a view tooromont CAT strives to report all incidents with a view to eventing recurrence. These including

    Near Misses (no injury, hazard noted, would include property damage)First Aids (minor incident, treated onsite)Medical Aids (medical treatment sought)Lost Time (worker unable to return to next scheduled shift)

    hen incidents are reported, depending on severity, an vestigation and root cause analysis may be requireds the contractors responsibility to report all incidents promptly d provide any information required as part of the investigationd provide any information required as part of the investigation



    Violence, Harassment and Discrimination All contract workers are expected to

    work in a respectful manner

    Any violent, harassing or discriminatory behaviour will not be tolerated and must be reported to a Toromont CAT employee or a p p yrepresentative of the Contract Employer.

    All contract workers are required to have completed Violence and Harassmentcompleted Violence and Harassment Awareness and Prevention Training prior to commencing work at a Toromont CAT job, project or jobsite.



    Orientation Training All contractors must review the Contractor orientation

    annually All contractors must carry proof of orientation with

    them and be prepared to demonstrate proof of completed orientation at any timecompleted orientation at any time

    Contractors may be questioned or observed by Toromont CAT employees, as well as our customers



    In Conclusion Work in accordance with all applicable safety regulations and

    standardsF ll ll th f t l id tifi d b b th th C t t Follow all the safety rules as identified by both the Contract employer and Toromont CAT

    Ensure you are competent for the tasks you are performing Look out for your safety, as well as the safety of others Use good judgment and common sense at all times If you have any questions or concerns, y y q ,