What are your rights and obligations?
- To enjoy working conditions that preserve your health and safety at work;
- To receive health and safety information and advice;
- To receive appropriate training and be appropriately supervised;
- To have access to preventive health services;
- To be entitled to refuse to perform a task that you believe is hazardous to your health or that of another person;
- If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, to be assigned to tasks that do not represent a danger to your health or that of your unborn child.
- To take the necessary measures to protect your health and safety, as well as the safety of others in your work environment;
- To help identify and eliminate workplace risks;
- To learn about the prevention program;
- To collaborate with the health and safety committee;
- To take the legally required medical exams.
- To receive training and obtain information on occupational health and safety;
- To seek out support and advice regarding your prevention process.
- To identify, control and eliminate hazards to workers;
- To ensure the safety of the equipment, tools and work methods in your facilities, and to make sure these are properly used or adopted by workers;
- To inform workers of any job-related risks;
- To provide workers the necessary training to ensure they can safely perform their tasks;
- To supervise the work of employees and ensure adherence to safety standards;
- To offer medical attention (first aid) on site;
- To develop a prevention program (may be mandatory under applicable legislation).