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CONTRACTOR SCREENING CRITERIA

1.0 Contractor Safety

To help ensure Contractor’s safety, health, environment and security management system is aligned with Company Name, and to help identify gaps that must be addressed to improve Contractor safety, health and environment (SH&E) performance, the following input and material is required for non-critical services. Please attach and submit the following information:



1.1 Copy of the Certificate of Recognition (COR) under a government or industry program (e.g. the Alberta Partnership Program);

1.2 Copy of the audit summary from the last Certificate of Recognition external audit report (executive summary only);

1.3 WCB premium rate statement;

1.4 WCB clearance letter;

1.5 Certificate of insurance for commercial general liability, and automobile liability;

1.6 Copy of your firm's safety program; and

1.7 The following safety data for 2003 - 2005 (2001 and 2000 if available);

Corporate level (i.e. for all your work regardless of customer)

Direct employees:

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Total number of recordable injuries (medical aid, restricted work, lost time, fatality)
















Total number of lost time injuries


















Employee hours worked

















Total Occupational Health & Safety stop work orders or equivalent



















Subcontracted work:

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Total number of recordable injuries (medical aid, restricted work, lost time, fatality)
















Total number of lost time injuries

















Subcontractor hours worked

















Total Occupational Health & Safety stop work orders or equivalent


















Direct employees:

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Total number of recordable injuries (medical aid, restricted work, lost time, fatality)
















Total number of lost time injuries

















Employee hours worked

















Total Occupational Health & Safety stop work orders or equivalent


















Subcontracted work:

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Total number of recordable injuries (medical aid, restricted work, lost time, fatality)
















Total number of lost time injuries

















Employee hours worked

















Total Occupational Health & Safety stop work orders or equivalent


















Clarification of Injury Classification and Calculation of Injury Frequencies


  1. Data supplied will be used to calculate total recordable injury (TRI) frequencies and lost time injury (LTI) frequencies based on the number of injuries per 200,000 exposure hours;




  1. The U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS) standard is used to categorize the injury;




  1. Recordable injuries include the following:


Medical Aid: Injuries that require treatment from a medical professional (i.e. stitches, splint, etc.). First aid injuries are not included (first aid injuries are considered those that can be treated by a person with a first aid certification using material normally found in a first aid kit).

Restricted Work: Injuries that will allow the worker to return to work but due to the injury, the worker is assigned a different job (i.e. shop mechanic is reassigned to office work).

Lost Time Any work-related injury which results in at least one lost workday after the day of the incident.

Fatality Self explanatory.


  1. Lost time injuries include any work-related injury which results in at least one lost work day (or would be unable to work if not a scheduled work day) after the day of the incident, and include fatalities. (NOTE: Lost time injuries are included in recordable injuries as well as being reported separately).

1.8 Please advise if your firm can meet the requirements of the Non-Critical safety specification attached as Attachment 1. For items within the attachment that cannot be met, prepare a listing of all deficiencies complete with an estimated timeline to comply.
1.9 Describe if your firm has ever been charged or noticed under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. If none, please indicate so.

2.0 Training
2.1 Does your firm utilize the Enform Petroleum Safety Training Interactive Orientation or the Alberta Construction Services Association's (ACSA) Construction Safety Training Series (CSTS) interactive orientation or an equivalent as part of your training program?

[ ] Yes, this orientation is fully integrated and used in our training program;

[ ] No, we do not have this orientation in place but we are in the process of integrating it with our training program and expect to have this complete by ______________;

[ ] No, we do not have this orientation in place and have no plans to adopt it.



3.0 Alcohol and Drug (A&D) Policy
3.1 Please indicate []:

[ ] I have a policy in place and have submitted a copy with this questionnaire

[ ] I have a policy under development

[ ] I do not have a formal written policy



3.2 Submit a copy of your firm's Alcohol and Drug Policy.
3.3 If your firm has an A&D policy in place, please advise if it meets Company Name Alcohol and Drug Policy requirements shown in Attachment 2. For items within the attachment that cannot be met, prepare a listing of all deficiencies complete with an estimated timeline to comply.

4.0 Contract Terms and Conditions

4.1 Review all terms and conditions in Attachment 3 carefully, and declare whether or not the terms and conditions are fully acceptable by your firm. For those items within the attachment that cannot be accepted at the present time, prepare a listing of all exceptions taken complete with justifications for each exception being taken.

Thank you for completing this questionnaire. Please call if you have any questions.


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