Occupational Health & Safety

Stay safe and informed while working for CPLF. Find all essential health and safety information for staff and contractors.

Upcoming OHS Meeting


Contact [email protected] if you would like to attend an upcoming meeting or have any questions or insights.

Occupational Health and Safety Committee Information

Roles & Responsibilities

Respond to health and safety concerns of workers.

Develop health and safety policies and safe work procedures.

Develop and promote education and training programs.

Participate in work site inspections and investigations.

Investigate worker reports of dangerous work and refusal to work.

Ensure new employees are orientated in health and safety policies and procedures.

Three Basic OH&S Rights

1. The right to know.

2. The right to participate.

3. The right to refuse dangerous work.

Meet Our OHS Committee

Penny Tataryn


403.276.1016 ext. 235

Gabriel Mbonigaba

Employee Member


Tammy Bent


403.276.1016 ext. 231

Sharon Ng


403.276.1016 ext. 252

Sharon Kwan

Employee Member


Dora Mejia

Employee Member

403.276.1016 ext. 221

OHS Resources

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CPLF Policies

OHS Documents

CPLF Forms

Employee Referral Form for Psychological Services    PDF   Word

Incident Report    PDF   Word

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Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Portal: If you need more information related to mental health, visit the Wellness Together Canada: Mental Health and substance Use Support website. It provides tools and resources to help get Canadians back on track, including modules for addressing low mood, worry, substance use, social isolation and relationship issues.

Mental Health First Aid: The Mental Health Commission of Canada provides a document that serve as a reference guide to help you deal with mental health challenges.

Crisis Lines:

Alberta Health Services Mental Health Help Line:

1‑877‑303‑2642, every day 7am-11pm

Alberta Health Services Addiction Help Line:

1‑866‑332‑2322, every day 7am-11pm

Canada Suicide Prevention Service:

1-833-456-4566, available 24/7


1-800-668-6868 via phone or text 686868. For anyone aged 20 years & under

First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness: 1-855-242-3310, available 24/7

Canadian Indian Residential Schools Crisis Line: 1-866-925-4419

Trans LifeLine: 1-877-330-6366, all ages.

Distress Centre Calgary Crisis Line: (403) 266-4357, available 24/7 for Calgary and surrounding areas

ConnecTeen: (403) 264-TEEN

Canadian Mental Health Association Crisis line: 1-888-787-2880 or (403) 327-7905, available 24/7 for Chinook Health Region and south part of Calgary

Calgary Crisis 24 Hours: 1-800-563-6106 or (403) 299-9699

Additional Free Mental Health Resources

9 Mindfulness Exercises to Manage COVID Stress: These helpful activities will help clear your mind and keep you on the right track.

Contact the OH&S Committee

If you have any comments, concerns, or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact the committee

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