Employer Responsibilities

The Workers Compensation Act (WCA) and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (OHSR) are the main legislative tools that describe requirements for ensuring workplace safety. Summaries below focus on road safety and explain the responsibilities of employers, supervisors and workers, and point to resources they can use to address those responsibilities.

The Employer's Guide to Road Safety Requirements suggests practices that employers can apply to address their obligations for the safety of employees who drive for work purposes. It also cites the applicable part from the WCA or OHSR.


Meeting WorkSafeBC Requirements for Occupational Road Safety identifies and states the relevant passage from the WCA or OHSR, and identifies measures that safety officers would expect to see as evidence that the employer is addressing their road safety responsibilities.


The Road Safety Compliance Guide summarizes key responsibilities, explains steps employers can take to address requirements and links users to Road Safety At Work tools and resources they can use to accomplish that.

Download Road Safety Compliance Guide (PDF 160KB)
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