CSA B335 04 PDF

The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) has released a third edition of their The new CSA Safety Standard B is a comprehensive. Employers now have a new tool for ensuring safe lift truck operation, courtesy of CSA B Safety standard for lift trucks. This is the third edition of CSA B, Safety standard for lift trucks. It supersedes the previous editions- published in and This Standard specifies the.

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See Annex B for a listing and description of classes. Employers should cea that the following measures are taken as a minimum:.

In addition to the safe operating procedures above, which apply to all workplaces, a second set of rules and safe operating procedures should be developed and implemented to address hazards that are specific to the workplace where the lift truck is to be used. Comment on draft standards Influence national and international standards development by commenting on draft standards online.

It is important to develop criteria for the selection of trucks for use in a particular workplace. Additional circumstances that trigger retraining: What this entails in cs is explained in Section 4 of this Guideline. Talk to a WSPS consultant about introducing a managed systems approach to your mechanical material handling processes. Supervision Clause 25 2 c of the OHSA states that an employer must appoint a csx person as a supervisor.

This comprehensive document covers the key elements of a lift truck safety program, including operator training, and qualifications for trainers and maintenance technicians. Gas- petrol- or diesel-powered lift trucks should not be used where explosive concentrations of combustible dusts, flammable gases or flammable vapours may be present or in areas where exhaust gases may accumulate creating a hazard of carbon monoxide poisoning, for example.

If a truck has been modified, the information should be revised to reflect new load ratings. A checklist, to facilitate this pre-shift inspection, should be developed.


How we can help Check out WSPS’ full suite of training resources for lift trucks and other lifting devices. A competent supervisor must also be able to identify unsafe acts and conditions and implement g335 measures. Know the recommended load limit of the forklift and never exceed it.

Type a word, a phrase, or ask a question. Search all fact sheets: Employers, for their part, should encourage supervisors to be vigilant in identifying hazardous situations and correcting them immediately when they are detected.

If there is a concern that the workplace does not have sufficient expertise, advice 044 be sought from the relevant safe workplace association or other safety specialists.

Periodically review the hazard assessment, in case there is a significant change in how the work is carried out, and make appropriate changes to the written report if necessary. Better still, says Leon, “You need to have a mechanical material handling managed system. Wear leather gloves when moving or shifting loads or when checking skids. We are processing your request Regulation is more specific and states that a lifting device is only to be operated by a competent person.

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Any csq should be reported to the operator’s supervisor. Know how to properly enter and leave the vehicle. Integrating health and safety bb335 your workplace. What kind of news would you like? Know how to assess the weight of the load to be lifted. Employers should ensure that the following measures are taken as a minimum: The operator should also examine the chains and mast; check for damage or leaks; and inspect the condition of the lift mechanism.

Your Alert Profile lists the documents that will be monitored. In Ontario, the requirement is three years. In addition to ensuring that the operator of a powered lift truck is appropriately trained, an employer has b35 responsibility to those whose work in the vicinity of a lift truck may place them at risk. And that’s the standard.


CAN/CSA-B (R) | Standards Council of Canada – Conseil canadien des normes

Lower the load to the floor, and wait until clear. Note anything that affects the normal operation of the forklift and tell the supervisor immediately.

Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy, currency and completeness of the information, CCOHS does not guarantee, warrant, represent or undertake that the information provided is correct, accurate or current. The new standard is compatible with the CSA Z series of management standards.

This standard is also available to be included in Standards Subscriptions. Both workers and supervisors should be involved in the hazard identification process.

Remain alert and prepare for the unexpected. Notes accompanying clauses do not include requirements or alternative requirements; the purpose vsa a note accompanying a clause is to separate from the text explanatory or informative material.

Both the previous and new version require operators to be trained to the level of competency, “but the training requirements in the csq standard spell out how instruction is to be conveyed and evaluated,” explains Leon.

Although the employer is responsible for implementation of the program, it will likely be more effective if all the workplace parties are involved in its development. Steps must therefore be taken to ensure that the fire hazard designation, carrying capacity, reach capabilities and the features of the lift truck selected to do a job are suitable for the types of loads to be handled, the terrain over which loads will be carried, the atmospheric conditions in the workplace and the design of the workplace.

Networking, legislative requirements, hot-button issues. Allow anyone but the operator to ride on the forklift.