Impactemps’ Commitment to Health and Safety

Impactemps considers our employees on temporary and contract assignment as our most valuable resource – and nothing is more important than their personal safety. As safety is an integral part of everyone’s job, both employers and employees are responsible for demonstrating safety leadership, providing a safe work environment and promoting safety as a value.

Impactemps will provide all employees with Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) training, duties and responsibilities during the on-boarding process.

Should an incident or emergency arise, Impactemps is committed to take immediate action to deal with the situation, and/or to prevent further safety concerns on behalf of our temporary or contract employees and our clients.

Employers’ Responsibility

  • Ensure that all our employees receive safety training while working at your location.
  • Agree to immediately report to Impactemps any injury suffered by a temporary or contract employee; or any incident at the workplace that has exposed a temporary or contract employee to a risk that could potentially affect the health, safety or well-being of the individual.
  • Agrees that they are primarily responsible for complying with occupational health and safety legislation and regulations, to the extent that those laws apply to the assigned temporary or contract employee while working at their facility.

Employees’ Responsibility

  • Take reasonable care for the health and safety of yourself and others while on temporary or contract assignment
  • Familiarize yourself with the local emergency procedures within the organization where you are on assignment
  • Report any hazardous situations to your Impactemps Recruitment Specialist and to your direct supervisor
  • Do not undertake tasks for which you have not received ample training, or which you feel are unsafe or a risk to your personal safety