Suppliers' Safety Forum

February 19th, 2019 Supplier Safety Forum Agenda

08:00 to 10:30 2019 February 19

CHALK RIVER LION’S HALL

 AGENDA


WELCOME and SAFETY BRIEFING

PRESENTATION
Hazards Assessment

INTERACTIVE BRIEFING ROTATIONS
Attendees divided into smaller groups and rotate through four briefings with a 20 minute time frame for each. The briefings are:

(1) Hazard Assessment Examples

(2) Environmental Field Inspections

(3) Site Conditions

(4) Contractor Management
Vendor Portal briefing


MINI-SURVEY

CLOSING REMARKS

 

Contractor Badges or Visitor Requests:

In order to be able to participate, the Company representatives are to have either a Contractor badge that is current or complete and submit a visitor request form at minimum of seven days prior to the Contractor Safety Forum event. Company representatives that fail to meet this requirement may be excluded from access to the CRL site.

New and Local Contractors not yet working on site: 

CNL will be hosting other events during the next year to assist companies in learning how to work with CNL. However, companies may choose to participate in the Supplier Safety Forum to learn how to be ready to work with CNL should they wish and must submit a completed Visitor Clearance form at least seven days in advance or they may not be granted access to Chalk River Laboratories for purposes of attending the Forum. 

CNL Contacts: 

Suppliers are asked to send their inquiry to and a member of the Supplier Relationships and Development staff will respond to your e-mail.

For more information, contact: 

Jack Springer Manager,
Supplier Relationships and Development
(613) 584-8811 ext 44602

SAFETY AS A CNL CORE VALUE

Safety is freedom from harm, danger, injury or loss to people and the environment. It is the foundation on which our decision-making stands. It is our primary focus, with no compromise. We live the value of Safety when we… 

  • Share lessons learned on what went wrong and are proud of what goes right 
  • Believe that safety is a 24/7 mindset and a way of life at work and home 
  • Protect and care for the well-being of every employee, partner, and contractor 
  • Proactively identify and address hazards, using sound procedures and common sense 
  • Protect the environment through pollution prevention, environmental stewardship and sustainable development 
  • Follow industrial and nuclear safety rules, postings and barrier requirements 
  • Innovate and improve both safety and productivity, knowing that they work hand-in-hand 
  • Craft messages about safety that are integrated, clear, concise and timely 
  • Commit to ensuring that no one is injured as a result of the work we do