Manitoba’s Industry-Based Safety Programs (IBSPs)
The Industry-Based Safety Programs (IBSPs) provide Manitobans with relevant, customized services that respond to the diverse needs, hazards, and risks specific to an industry classification with in-depth understanding and targeted strategies to support safe, productive workplaces. Aside from providing valuable services that make it easier for businesses and their employees to receive safety and health information, IBSPs also provide resources and training that is tailored to the ever-changing risks and hazards that are going in these organization’s industries.
The Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba has recognized the value of IBSPs. The board is planning to increase the number of employers eligible to receive services from IBSPs.
- Construction Safety Association of Manitoba (industrial, commercial, institutional, and residential construction)
- Made Safe (manufacturing)
- Manitoba Farm Safety Program (agriculture)
- Manitoba Heavy Construction Association (MHCA) WORKSAFELY™ (heavy construction)
- Sales & Service Safety Association (S2SA) (service)
- RPM Trucking Industry Safety (transportation)
The WCB Prevention Rebate Program reduces the risk of workplace injury and illness by recognizing eligible employers who have developed meaningful workplace health and safety programs:
Regardless of your role in your organization, everyone is a safety leader. Check out this SAFE Work Manitoba video for more information.
WESguard is a web application to help workplaces identify, track and improve the safety of their machines. Through our partnership with Workplace Engineering Solutions, Made Safe members are eligible for one month free when they purchase a 12-month subscription. Visit www.wesguard.ca/freetrial for details
As the industry-based safety association for manufacturing, Made Safe is pleased to present the Manufacturing Safety Excellence Award. This award is presented annually to a company who has demonstrated leadership in three key areas: a comprehensive, formal safety program; a strong, uniform safety culture in all areas of the organization and a demonstrated track record of safety success. Nominations can be submitted year-round to firstname.lastname@example.org or online at madesafe.ca. Recipients are presented with the award as THE SAFETY’s gala awards celebration.
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Made Safe Manufacturing Forum December 2018 Presentations
Made Safe & Workplace Engineering Solutions Webinar on Gap Analysis Audit
Want to learn more about the benefits of being SAFE Work Certified by Made Safe? Check out this webinar presented by Made Safe and Workplace Engineering Solutions
General Information & Practices
Policies, procedures and best practices are provided by members and not endorsed as official Made Safe materials.
Members who have developed policies, procedures and other safety-related documents are encouraged to share with the larger community. Please email email@example.com if you have any materials to share.