Standards And Codes Description

 

OSSA is not accepting any new Training Providers at this time. Any changes will be communicated through our website.

Standards Document

The Safety Training Standard means a standard, endorsed by the OSSA, that clearly establishes acceptable content requirements for end-user (workers) safety training.

Guidelines and Forms

Released Standards:

  • Fall Protection Standard
    The purpose of this safety training standard is to clearly establish the minimum acceptable content requirements for the end-user (workers required to use) Fall Protection training programs, provided by Training Providers accredited with the Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA)
  • Fire Watch Standard
    The purpose of this standard is to clearly establish the minimum acceptable content for Fire Watch training programs provided by Training Providers who have received Accreditation Status from the Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA).
  • Elevated Work Platform Standard
    The purpose of this standard is to clearly establish the minimum acceptable content for Elevated Work Platform training programs provided by Training Providers who have received Accreditation Status from the Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA).
  • Confined Space Entry and Monitor
    The purpose of this training standard is to clearly establish the minimum acceptable content for Confined Space Entry training programs provided by Training Providers who have received Accreditation from the Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA).

Draft Standards

  • None at this time

Regional Code Of Practice

The Regional Code of Practice (RCOP) means a Code of Practice, endorsed by OSSA, governing the practices, procedures and safety training standards, to be followed at each of the OSSA Owner respective sites. These Codes of Practice apply to all employees of Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Shell Albian Sands, Suncor Energy Inc., and Syncrude Canada Ltd., and their contractors, subcontractors and vendors. These codes can be amended by the OSSA from time to time.

Note: At any time should Legislation requirements change they shall take precedent over the Regional Code