SAFETY | MISSION
“WESTERN PACIFIC METALWORKS strives to provide a safe and healthy working environment for all its employees. We are committed to the maintenance and continual improvement of our safety program ensuring compliance with the regulations contained in, but not limited to, the BC governing occupational health and safety act. We support the fostering of positive attitudes towards safety of all employed by WESTERN PACIFIC METALWORKS.”
Bryan Raposo, Manger
Every employee has the primary responsibility for their own safety and for others affected by their actions. Foreman, Managers and all other persons in authority must ensure health and safety compliance of those under their authority, including training in specific work tasks, respect of their rights to refuse work, and must take necessary measures to comply with environmental requirements.
WESTERN PACIFIC METALWORKS has a duty to “take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of a worker" as well as a duty to put in place a proper system to prevent the occurrence of offences under the legislation and to take reasonable steps to ensure the effective operation of that system (Supreme Court of Canada).
- Protection of human life
- Manage and follow all policies laid out in our Safety Program
- Comply with HSE legislation
- Promote safe work practices and conditions through education and training
- Continually evaluate, identify and eliminate health and safety risks in the workplace
SAFETY | PROGRAM
Western Pacific Metalworks maintains an up-to-date safety program aligned with WorkSafe BC guidelines and recommended best practices.