Inspections & Maintenance

The Faculty has instituted a self – inspection program designed to help prevent incidents, injuries and illnesses by proactively identifying and controlling hazards in the work areas. The self – inspection should be undertaken by staff members working in medium to high hazard work areas including the Fine Arts (Drama, Art & Design and Music), Anthropology Lab and physical workspaces in Tory Building and Psychology Machine Shop. 

The inspection should be completed quarterly or twice a year depending on the nature of hazards in each workplace. The duration of each inspection will be determined by the uniqueness of any given workplace. Copies of the completed inspection reports should be forwarded to the health and safety representative of each department and to the Assistant Chairs. The person completing the inspection should equally file a copy of the report in the safety binder at the level of the workplace. The supervisor should ensure that identified deficiencies are corrected within appropriate timelines based on the risk level. Deficiencies that constitute a high risk to the health and safety of persons should be considered a top priority and must be promptly controlled.

Use the following link to access the self-inspection form: