Pre-Start Health & Safety Review
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At Spartan Response, our qualified Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) and Engineering teams can help guide and enhance your organization’s regulatory and compliance safety management.
A Pre-Start Health and Safety Report (PSR) is required prior to a new or modified piece of equipment or process being installed or relocated in the province of Ontario, if the equipment or process falls under the criteria listed in section 7 of the OHSA, Regulation 851, R.R.O. 1990, for Industrial Establishments.
The employer is obligated to obtain a PSR which contains details of the associated hazards, identifies items of non-compliance and states measures to be taken for compliance. This report must be signed and sealed by a professional engineer and kept with the equipment or process to which it applies to show that the equipment and/or process is safe.
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A Pre-Start Health and Safety Review involves the following steps:
- Data collection – collection of equipment / process specifications and information
- Review of information – identification of compliance / non-compliance with applicable standards
- Site visit – if required, to determine items of non-compliance
- Evaluation – of all information as it pertains to Regulation 851
- Reporting – development of a comprehensive report outlining items of non-compliance and recommendations for compliance, signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer