Hazard Control Plans

Exposure control plans are required when a worker may be exposed to an air contaminant as prescribed under WorkSafeBC Regulations during the course of their work. Each plan is specific to an identified hazard. The plan must include: responsibilities, risk identification assessment and control, education and training and written procedures. At VIU Exposure control plans often have corresponding safe work procedures or are part of a larger institutional Health and Safety Program such as Hazardous Materials.