Health and Safety
TRP Construction has a Health a Safety policy and program in place that meets the requirements of the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulation for Construction Projects. TRP Construction will adhere to all Health and Safety policies and procedures for the duration of all construction projects.
TRP Construction is familiar and compliant with local applicable laws, bylaws, ordinances, rules, regulations or codes of authorities. TRP Construction is compliant with the Ontario Employment Standards Act, as well as, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.
All TRP Construction Site Superintendents are certified Health & Safety Representatives by the CSAO/ISHA.
All TRP Construction site workers are trained annually to meet provincial regulations for WHMIS and every 3 years for Working At Heights and First Aid/CPR. In addition, TRP Construction site workers must complete Aerial Work Platform, Asbestos Awareness, Confined Space Awareness, and Propane training. All workers participate in the annual review of the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations for Construction Projects. All workers must comply to TRP Construction’s Health & Safety Program. TRP Construction has regular site safety check inspections, including hazard analysis and tool box talks. TRP Construction uses an internal EXCEL™ tracking system to monitor employee training compliance.
All Subcontractors are to comply with TRP Construction’s Health & Safety Program, sign the agreement, and supply to TRP Construction their Health & Safety Policy before project start.
TRP Construction confirms that all Workers, Management, and Owners are covered by the WSIB and that no exemptions apply.
In the past 10 years, TRP Construction has not received any Stop Work Orders from the Ministry of Labour nor had any Health and Safety infractions/charges.
TRP Construction is registered and participating in the IHSA’s Certificate of Recognition (COR™) Program.
TRP Construction has been honoured for outstanding safety performance and is the recipient of the Ontario General Contractors Association Safety Achievement Award for maintaining Zero Lost Time Injuries for the periods 1993 – 2004, 2004 – 2012, 2014 – 2017. In our 23-year history, TRP Construction has had one lost-time accident.