Proposed Policy Amendments to Part 24 - Diving, Fishing and Other Marine Operations
The Policy, Regulation and Research Division (PRRD) is releasing a discussion paper on proposed policy amendments to Part 24 policies on Diving, Fishing, and Other Marine Operations in the Prevention Manual.
There are 19 policies in the Prevention Manual relating to Part 24 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation. These policies are under review to determine if they are current and the content is appropriately placed. The goal is to ensure policies are streamlined, easy to understand, and duplicate content removed.
Proposed deletions of policy language is identified with a
strikethrough and additions are identified in bold.
There are a number of ways for stakeholders to provide feedback on the options and draft policy amendments.
This consultation is now closed.
Senior Policy Advisor
Policy, Regulation and Research Division
P.O. Box 5350 Station Terminal
Vancouver BC V6B 5L5
or toll-free in B.C. 1.877.279.7599
Feedback will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, October 12, 2018.
To make a written submission
Please include the following information in your written submission:
- Your name
- Whether you are submitting on your own behalf or on behalf of an organization (if on behalf of an organization, please specify the name of the organization)
- Whether you are commenting from the perspective of a worker, or an employer, or other (not representing either workers or employers, such as a licensing or regulatory body, or a professional or industry association)
- Your level of support — whether you generally agree, are generally neutral, or generally disagree with the proposed policy amendments
- The reasons for your level of support and the section number(s) of the policy you are commenting on
WorkSafeBC will send you an acknowledgement of receipt of your submission.
All stakeholder feedback is carefully considered and analyzed, and provided to the Board of Directors of WorkSafeBC as part of their decision-making process.
Please be advised that stakeholders will not be contacted regarding the contents of their submissions unless clarification is needed.
Disclosure of Personal Information
Written submissions will be available to the public on the WorkSafeBC website after completion of the consultation process. WorkSafeBC may publish the name of any person making a submission but will not disclose personal contact information. Any other personal information provided in a submission including opinions contained therein, may be disclosed by WorkSafeBC through publication or otherwise in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act or by law generally. By providing a submission to WorkSafeBC during this process, submitters thereby consent to disclosure of their personal information. Publication by WorkSafeBC does not equate to endorsement of the views of the submitter.